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Old 23rd July 2007, 19:55   #1
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I've seen much more examples of crazy driving and riding.

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What's the above linky? i am hesitant to check it out due to the title (at my workplace now).
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Aditya,

Nothing pornographic abt that link - just bad wording. Here;s the full text of what that link contained:


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How many times have you been peacefully cruising in your lane, enjoying the sunny day only to be rudely disturbed by constant sound of a nincompoop playing symphony using their vehicles horn?
It seems some people love their horns and think they are musicians in a concert performing in front of a crowd of millions. Even after years of observing these nuts on wheels, I have still not been able to find out why they are acting in this manner!
From honking despite having no traffic in their lanes to honking at red light or for that matter in miles long traffic jams, these people are every where. And its not that they belong to specific economic section or class, one can see any one from rickshaw pullers to the owners of swanking new luxury car engaged in this activity. Strange as it may sound, till date I haven’t seen a trucker engaged in such preposterous activity.
I still remember when I used to go to a local market along with a friend of mine, any one visiting that market knew they would reach faster if they were walking than in/on a vehicle. Still there were some smart people who thought that by playing their horns they can make traffic in front of them disappear. While it never used to work, my friend had a habit of teaching these smart people a lesson, he would park our bike to the side to give that smartass a chance to overtake and then he would give them a taste of their own medicine by treating them to the front row seats of concert by pulsars twin horns. Not that I condone what my friend used to do, but seeing people get a taste of their tactic used to be fun.
In the end, while some might be expressing their frustration and some might be doing it to use all the features they paid for, for me it is nothing but a form of road rage! So if you are one of those who love to announce their arrival in this manner, remember you are irritating other road users and it is only time you meet your equal or worse a person even more psychotic than you!
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