Blinkers Show Weakness and Fear

The title is just one of the wondrous things that I learned in Boston this past weekend. I think I will have to make a list out of this one.

Stuff I learned:

1. Directions to get around Boston must include “turn left down the street that says don’t turn left, everyone else does it”
2. You must make a left turn from the right hand lane at least once a day.
3. Horns are used to remind the driver .00000001 seconds after the light has turned green that, in fact, the light has turned green.
4. Horns are also used to let the driver 45 cars ahead that they are blocking the way, and that the person in front of you needs to do something about it.
5. Snow wedgies suck
6. Using blinkers shows weakness and fear, or that you are out of town.
7. 3 bucks for a small waffle with caramelized sugar on it is a good deal according to ski resorts.
8. People wearing cow suits (complete with udder and tail) while skiing respond to you mooing at them from the ski lift.
9. No matter how funny you think your hat is, there will always be something stranger.
10. Never forget to bark at people that wear fuzzy boots, you can guarantee that they will never talk with you.

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2 thoughts on “Blinkers Show Weakness and Fear

  1. It’s just as weird as Sean makes it out to be. There are good reasons why I like to take the mass trans there.

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