Firstly, Pipe the fuck down and for those of you’s whom want to know where I got this from visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EldZB85l6bU
I love all natural things, like water, cause without it of course I couldn’t wash my hair, stay hydrated, I dunno give my dog water, kayak, skate and all other sorts of stuff.
But for some god damn not normal reason *Global warming* everything melted today, in the middle of January, in Canada. And river road *Hint hint* Flooded and the town hadn’t put signs up so here I am like *La di da, la di da, HOLY MOTHER F^CK, shit. Christ* and of course I stall. For those of you’s currently lost in translation, my car stalled in the road turned river with a current and slabs of ice floating onto the other side, and I am dead center in a curve and couldn’t see the ground and started panicking.
I almost died (Not really)but I was scared that I was going to be swept away into the ditch and drown and some random lose crocodile was going to snatch my dead body up and I would be forever lost. These are real thoughts. Yes very sad. I did get out and will be steering clear of that road for the next week or so.
The only thing is when I drove by that road to take another road (about 2 hours later) they had a sign up , Like REALLY. Thanks for the late notice. That would have been great to know way before. Thanks buddy.
*Breathes a refreshing sigh.*
Here’s a picture of the road it gets worst more into the street but obviously I wasn’t going to walk or drive further in for a picture.
Alas I am alive and although slightly irritated I’m happy they have the sign up so no one can get stuck or potentially get eaten by a crocodile or stranded shark or anything. (I live near Montreal – no we do not have sharks or crocodiles but I do have random panic attacks which convince myself as so – no I am not crazy; just creative with my imagination.)
P.s. Avoid deep water, because if I recall the Land before time Song “Deep water” there are scary things in there that you can’t see. Dinosaurs!!!