• The only thing separating you from certain death at 65mph is a painted white line and a mutual agreement to not play bumper cars.
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    • #YellowLinesMatter
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    • This really isn’t as worrying a concept as people think, all of society is built on mutual trust, has been for thousands of years, and will continue to be.
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    • And the fact that neither of you want to die
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    • 130 if the other person is also pushing 65
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    • I think you mean painted yellow line 😳😳😳
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    • When flying cars are a thing a lot of people will die
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    • It’s yellow, but yea
      OhOkOof 8 aug
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    • It’s fucking stupid that you can go to prison for defending yourself.
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    • I’m learning to drive and tbh I get really worried I’ll go over the line
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    • I disagree with this understanding that we aren’t meant to play bumper cars on the freeway, tomorrow I will do so
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    • I once had a friend who while in the car with me asked "why do you conform to the road laws? Do you really let that control you?" And what i said was "its not conformation, its cooperation" but what I really wanted to say was... (1/2)
      sir94 8 aug
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    • Actually it carries the same force as hitting a stationary object going 130. Thats why you can get seriously hurt in a head on collision even if you were going like 20 mph
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    • Lol "65 mph"
      ajware98 10 aug
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    • And the fear of harming yourself/others, damaging your vehicle and having to pay for repairs, and possibly going to jail.
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    • Eh my best friend tried to play bumper cars at 60mph with the oncoming cars, but forgot to unbuckle his seatbelt and lived. Now he’s a delivery driver... ironic imo
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    • A "legal" agreement
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    • Its not the dying im worried about. I just dont wanna scratch my car
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    • Or a flat tire, faulty steering box or frozen shit dropping from an airplane
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    • I made no such agreement >:)
      Cornbred 8 aug
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    • LETS PLAY REAL LIFE FROGGER
      LegaSea 10 aug
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    • And the law of course
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    • Bump ‘n Die
      KVGE 8 aug
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    • If two cars going the same speed with equal weight collide head on then its like hitting a brick wall
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    • Mutually assured destruction is the only way to deter aggression
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    • I think of this often
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    • I think about this when I'm going 55 down a back road and someone comes the other way also going 55 and we pass each other going opposite directions by mere feet, I often wonder how fast i would be obliterated if I would turn to the left just a little
      RetnuH 9 aug
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    • Joke stealing mothfucker
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    • Laws don’t stop people from crashing. Get rid of laws
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    • Yep people still can’t follow that agreement
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    • Fire; in terms of feelings; and possibilities
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      Foundry 7 aug
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    • Okay first of all...if the 65 mph is in regards to being on the highway (where the speed limit is 65 mph), then the lines in question would be white because both lanes are traveling in the same direction. So the tcs can fuck off
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    • I had a dream I got into a minor car accident
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    • MAD works
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    • AJESUS 7 aug
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    • And 1 or 2 billion years of evolution based upon the principle of wanting to live which most drivers share
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    • Mutual agreement not to play bumper cars ok retard like how wrong could you be people don't want to die and I will take as much as possible from you if you hit my car
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    • And women don't follow it
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    • H4CKTRON 7 aug
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    • That and my crippling depression
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    • Soooo true its creepy!!
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    • Literally think about this every single time I pass by another car “this mfer’s going to hit...nvm no he’s not”
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    • No the only thing thats stopping me from playing high risk bumper cars is my grandmother screaming when i go 60.000003mph in a 60mph zone
      bradley38 10 aug
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    • I played bumper cars/gone in 60 seconds with a flat bed trailer in my pickup at about 75mph last year and I'm still alive, so there's that
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    • You’re driving to work one day and you see “PvP enabled”
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    • So don't text and drive
      gmcmb 10 aug
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    • What a shitty installment of ShowerThoughts this has been.
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    • In California, everyone plays bumper cars
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    • Wow so deep
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    • Now imagine being on a motorcycle
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    • Also the other person doesnt want that to happen either, but you know
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    • Yellow?
      laserback 10 aug
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    • No the government is telling us what to do with our cars. Just because it is “illegal” to hit other cars doesn’t mean we shouldn’t! Bring down the government!
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    • Whos actually going 65 though
      MrTrippee 10 aug
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    • Who the FUCK goes 65 on the interstate? I’m doin 85-90 on that bitch in my silver Honda Pilot and I don’t give a damn if lil Timmy is going to the store to buy some milk, roadbumps on the highway do NOT concern me
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    • It’s a eh agreement because I’m down for bumper cars
      Puglife42 10 aug
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    • Wow, never thought it'd feature
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    • For those that are liberal dumbasses in the states - it’s the double yellow line for us.
      AlikMalix 10 aug
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    • I have a friend that just died in a car wreck two days ago. His name was Sam and he was 20 years old. Be careful out there, lads.
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    • You mean 80 right?
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    • And this thought plagues me as I dance with death every single time I drive somewhere
      psarchasm 10 aug
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    • Got up to 30 mph on my bicycle the other day. Just started riding recently. Pretty fun
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    • Well sometimes a 4inch thick wall of concrete.... Sometimes...
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    • Because then the other person will die too so... It's actually a mutual agreement to not murder eachother
      lojixx 10 aug
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    • Anyone wanna play bumper cars going 70+ mph?
      bbg_xo 10 aug
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    • But bumper cars is fun
      Ryanoldo 9 aug
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    • But how many people are going 32.5 mph? If you hit head on at 65 mph you’re hitting with 130 mph force
      mkv07gti 9 aug
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    • Its yellow
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    • Friends in the 80s would play bumpers cars at low speeds. Bumpers were made of metal and not shitty plastic
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    • Who said I agreed?
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    • Is this not the same idea behind wearing masks?
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    • 2 guys explain to a cashier aka the chief meme
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    • When you first lose control of the car it’s kind of eye opening how dangerous it can be
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    • That can change
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    • You’re more likely to die in a head on highway collision than a NASCAR wreck at 200mph. Two solid objects going directly against each other is way worse than one solid object crashing into a non moving object.
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    • I actually think about this a lot. Like I could actually just turn the wheel just a little bit and cause a big accident and make the news and no one would be able to stop me
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    • it’s crazy how lines in concrete is the only thing stopping us from playing gta 5
      lavicc 9 aug
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    • Not to mention prison time
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    • Mutually assured destruction
      S3th76 9 aug
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    • the void calls to you both
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    • Mutually Assured Destruction
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    • People on the road are fucking idiots nowadays.
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    • Well, that and the fact that people don't want to get into a car accident so they avoid you.
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    • More like 80 mph
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    • Insurance rates
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    • Social Contract. So very few people adhere to it, especially recently.
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    • anyone that actually follows the rules of the road are sheep. the government is trying to take away my rights, so i drive however i want to
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    • I think it’s more just everyone’s self preservation 🤣
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    • It's going pretty well all things considered
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