oh my God, oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my fucking God! Oh my God! Oh my God, it is a fucking tornado, oh my God. Oh my God oh my God oh my God oh my God I am scared out of my fucking mind right now. Oh my God, oh my God. Oh my God. I need my mom. I need my dad. Oh my God I’m gonna die! I don’t know what’s going on!
OMG SHUT UP!!! THAT’S CALLED DRIVING IN A STORM!!!
When I got my license…
Sharks get a bad rap for being dangerous predators that are constantly devouring humans, but there is a whole world of things out there that will kill before a shark does. Here are just a few of those things.
WHO THE FUCK GETS KILLED BY A FUCKING VENDING MACHINE
DEER ARE DEADLIER THAN SHARKS I’M CRACKING UP
Seriously, deer are dangerous. It’s not all Bambi’s and shit. I know someone who was gored by a stag in rut because she was on her period and the deer smelled it and went after her. Her husband shot it and that’s the ONLY reason she didn’t die. Shit ain’t nothing to play with.
Driving to PA! #driving #weekend #baltimore #baltimoretunnel #zelda #link #philadelphia #philly #tunnel
WASHINGTON - Rankings from an insurance company seem to confirm what you may have suspected: Drivers in D.C. are the worst in the country.
Allstate says drivers in D.C. get into a crash and file a claim once every 4.7 years, making them 112 percent more likely to do so than a typical driver elsewhere in the country.
Allstate says the average driver nationally gets in a wreck once a decade.
Baltimore is second on the national list. Alexandria and Arlington in Virginia also make the list of 25 cities having the worst drivers, published by Forbes.
The city with the safest drivers is Sioux Falls, S.D. In larger Metro areas, Forbes reports the safest cities include Tucson, Ariz., Milwaukee, Wis. and Kansas City, Mo.
See the full list of worst-driving cities below, courtesy of Forbes, and click here for a link to the full Allstate “Best Drivers” report.
- Washington, DC: 112.1% greater-than-average accident frequency
- Baltimore, MD: 87.9%
- Providence, RI: 80.9%
- Hialeah, FL: 77.6%
- Glendale, CA: 77.5%
- Philadelphia, PA: 64.1%
- Alexandria, VA: 62.6%
- Newark, NJ: 59.4%
- Miami, FL: 58.4%
- San Francisco, CA: 54.6%
- Jersey City, NJ: 53.9%
- Arlington, VA: 53.0%
- Tampa, FL: 50.2%
- Los Angeles, CA: 48.5%
- Paterson, NJ: 46.9%
- Fullerton, CA: 42.7%
- Garland, TX: 41.6%
- Elizabeth, NJ: 41.5%
- Bridgeport, CT: 41.2%
- New York, NY: 41.1%
- New Haven, CT: 37.5%
- Torrance, CA: 36.7%
- Norfolk, VA: 36.3%
- Yonkers, NY: 36.2%
- Arlington TX: 35.4%
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OF COURSE THE TOP TWO ARE PLACES I DRIVE…