Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 29 Sep 2019.
They would get run over
There would be plenty of casualties for you to collect then
That's what I meant
Only the first few then traffic would have to slow down as recovery vehicles cleaned up the meat. Such an amount would attract carnivores from around the world which would deter women drivers.
I hit a rabbit on the motorway once, the bang was horrible worse for him obviously
Couldn't you have driven around it?
At 70mph on the motorway?
Easily done if you're looking at what's ahead of you instead of freshening your make up.
I was looking ahead, he ran from the side in front of me
I had a rabbit run under a van I was driving once, looking in my wing mirror, the rear wheel launched this half-squashed rabbit 5ft into the air behind me. Not an issue normally, but this this was right in front of a mother with a kid about 5years old, coming home from school. Even 10yrs on, it still eats away at me what trauma I caused that poor kid to see it
I was in a minibus in Kenya a few years ago where I saw a cheetah chasing a gazelle running alongside the road we were travelling on. All of a sudden it (the gazelle) turned right, under our wheels. Didn't even slow down.
Was it edible?
On the bright side, I bet he's always been careful on the road.
Didn't slow down to find out but it probably was. After all the cheetah fancied a bite.
Monochrome coffee shop
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Didn’t want to start a new thread so posting this here
Drone racing in the office