this is my new favourite gif
crossing the road
don't really want to start a new running with ipod argument - but i reckon it's a fairly good example of how people aren't quite as a aware of their environment when wearing an ipod..
then again - he could just be an idiot
It looks to me like the person was already on the crossing before the car appeared around the corner ... and unless I'm not viewing it properly on my computer (it appears in a small window), how do you know he was wearing an iPod?
Probably realised he'd forgotten something and turned back without thinking?
(Also can't see the ipod!)
M.r Zuvai wrote (see)
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any forumites entering should let us know ala BDB then we can throw our votes behind them
I smell a rat.
Little Ninja wrote (see)
M.r Zuvai wrote (see)Thanks Alice any forumites entering should let us know ala BDB then we can throw our votes behind them I smell a rat.
take it this is abroad in a right hand drive country?
As otherwise the driver is not only a terrible one, but is also ridiculously on the wrong side of the road.
Running into a car intentionally doesn't seem a very intelligent thing to do though...maybe kicking a wing mirror or the lights in...but running spark into a car?
Seems very clear to me - the guy crossing the road got well p*ssed off that the car didn't want to stop (as he should have done) at the Zebra. So he turned and bounced himself off the car to give the driver a bit of a shake-up....as I have been tempted to slap the rear ends of cars who have nearly reversed off their drives into me, when I've been running.
Nothing to do with iPods, why would you think it was???
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