Murphy’s Road Rules #030

Heavy fog and rain are no reasons to change any of the previously listed rules.  These weather conditions are God’s way ensuring a natural selection process for panel beaters, junkyards, and new vehicle sales. It is an acceptable practice to increase your speed in comparison to the rate of rain fall, i.e.: the harder it rains, the faster you go.

John The Aussie

~ by John the Aussie on February 18, 2013.

15 Responses to “Murphy’s Road Rules #030”

  1. That’s right! As long as you are familiar with the road and remember where the twists and turns are, go forward at great speed and get there ahead of everyone else.

    On a more somber note, have you ever driven in heavy fog where visibility was about a foot off the end of your car hood? I did once, white knuckled and cried the entire way home. I couldn’t have pulled over if I wanted to, because I had no idea what was off the edge of the road.

  2. Remind me to NOT drive with you in bad weather!

  3. Ha! Fast is an opt-out feature.

  4. Also, slam the breaks.

  5. Having been on the road a bit during the last 6 days, I just plan to follow one rule…….never get in the car again with my husband. :(

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