Thursday, October 18, 2007

I'm Not Sleeping Well at Night

My foot is still swollen and hurts like a beotch! I kept ice on it all last night and it felt better this morning, but as the day wore on it became more swollen and sore. I'm going to try ice one more night and then maybe I will seek the advice of a medical professional.

It might be broken. Or at least really bad bruised!

On my way home today, I decided women drivers suck. With the exception of me, of course. One chick screamed at me because I wouldn't let her go in front of me on the on-ramp to the highway. Mind you SHE had the yield sign and I had the right-of-way, she came to a damn near stop to wait for me (I always watch to make sure people yield there because you never know what they might do), so I headed on my merry little way. Then she decided she'd go... but by then I was too close to stop for her and so I kept going thinking she'd stop again. No... she kept going! So I slammed on my brakes and then she slammed on hers and screamed at ME! Damn woman!

Then not two miles down the road, I was trying to get out of my lane because it was quickly fixing to exit onto another highway... I signaled and waited for all the jerks to ignore me and do their thing and then I saw a gap. I started merging to my left and this little wench in a little teeny tiny car sped up so I couldnt get in front of her! Bein's how I outweighed her by a ton (i'm talking about the vehicle) I went ahead and merged over. I'd only signaled for forever and she sped up to keep me out.... so i'm coming in woman! She HONKED at me! I only wanted to pass through to get to the other lane, but damn! I wasnt going to take her precious little space. I should have though.

I have to say that I don't recall ever having driving experiences like that with men... they are always women. PMS'in is what they must be doin. DANG!


TC said...


Hope you get some sleep and the foot feels better, and you get to be surrounded by male drivers tomorrow.

Angela said...

I am so glad I am not allowed to drive. I had forgotten how much of a pain it was. I just can't help but think how much of a pain not being able to drive is.

CruiserMel said...

You are completely correct about women drivers. They are way more aggressive than men are. It's equal to "little man syndrome" when you put a woman in a big piece of equipment.

Kerry said...

TC: I had a great driving day! I dont think I encountered one chick! haahaha

Angela: It's like a doubled edged sword... driving. Its a pain doing it, but is a pain not doing it.

Cruisermel: YES! i hadnt thought of that, but it is like "little man syndrome". Its like they have something to prove. It always irritated me to hear "women drivers!" come out of the mouths of men.... but i'm hear to tell ya, there's something to that!!!

Wombat said...

This is what it's like being a bloke, Kerry.

Every. Bloody. Day.