We've all been through a time when we've had to drive in terrible weather and, needless to say, it's a terrifying experience (at least for a wimpy driver like myself). Here are some of the many thoughts I have when driving in these conditions.
1. Why does fog exist? Like, "Hello, fog, you're being rude and blocking my view. Please exit!"
2. Now I can't even tell if I'm driving up or downhill because I CAN'T SEE!
3. Shoutout to the inventor of the curve signs, because without them I would have flown right into the ditch just now.
4. I feel like I could actually cut this fog with a knife, which makes me want to hyperventilate even more.
5. I have literally slid through three stop signs, but it's fine. Totally fine. Who needs brakes?
6. How am I in four-wheel drive and still spinning out?
7. I want to know how people could ever be on the show Ice Road Truckers. Being on that show would definitely give me a heart attack.
8. Why is this person doing 60 mph right now? I can see you fishtailing around over there. Better not get us both killed or I'm going to haunt you, even in the afterlife.
9. I feel betrayed by you snow. You look so pretty, but you're such a nuisance.
10. If this snow melts and then freezes my doors shut I'm going to protest. #StopIcyDoors2017.
11. Could somebody please come plow this road? Driving through more than six inches of snow is starting to get really old.
12.Yet again what if they plow the road and then compact it down into ice? That would be even worse. Never mind, you do you plows.
13. I know rain is a necessary evil and everything, but does it really have to rain this hard? I get it, rain, you want to hydrate the earth, but just slow down.
14. My windshield wipers can't even keep up with this anymore. You're letting me down wipers.
15. Yay an overpass is coming up so the rain will stop for 0.2 seconds. Then that overpass will go away and I'll be sad all over again.
16. I better not hydroplane. No ma'am, not today.