For the past few months, I’ve been traveling to conferences, attending graduations and visiting family which included flying, and driving in other states. Here are a few of the things I’ve observed while traveling,
If I’m in the left lane going 80 miles an hour in a 60 mile zone, yes, I know I’m speeding. But if you’re tailgating and flashing your lights at me and see the cars on my right are driving at a much slower pace, then you’re an asshole.
Turn signals were built in your car for a reason.
If you cut me off, nearly causing an accident, please don’t look surprised if I flip you off.
No one wants to see your feet hanging out the window, especially if you’re driving.
Why do drivers pick their noses at stop lights? Do some people think being inside their car shields them from sight? (And lady, I saw you eat it.) *gag*
Showering and using deodorant is a must, especially if you’re traveling on a crowded plane. Isn’t it sad that I even made this observation?
Dude next to me on the plane going to Ohio, thanks for coughing in my soda. Yeah, I really wanted your flem on the rim of my cup. And your lack of apology was sooooo classy.
Northwest Airlines sucks greater than anything that has ever sucked before.
I love kids, but telling your kid to shut up and sit down is not abuse. Try it sometime.
To Guy we didn’t know 1 and Guy we didn’t know 2, you guys were awesome, but your drunk friend was not. And to the woman who gave us the pizza, thank you!! Your group was super cool.
In order to party with Lena Matthews, Liz Andrews, Maggie Casper, and Joy from Joyfully Reviewed, you need a nap ahead of time. Those ladies know how to party. Thank you ladies for such a fun weekend.
Brad, we’re so sorry.
I have discovered being up for 24hours straight is not a good idea.
My favorite part of traveling is coming home and seeing the hubby waiting for me and that first kiss. *sigh*