Supercut of British drivers swearing at other drivers


#1

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#2

@daneel so is this you out for a Sunday drive?


#3

Are dashcams popular in the UK?

Also, I’m not familiar with British road rules, is there some reason someone turning left from a left side street where there doesn’t appear to be any lights and a person on the main road appears to be several hundred feet back wrong?


#4

Long video. I watched the whole thing. I enjoyed it. What’s wrong with me?


#5

These people seem really stressed about a lot of things.


#6

I believe those are roundabouts, the British alternative to controlled intersections.

(Some however may be long-running practical jokes…)


#7

“Fuck” was deployed copiously!


#8

That can’t be a real picture. I’ve driven roundabouts in France, but I refuse to believe that anything looking like that was allowed to be built.


#9

I always thought that was an American word.


#10

I miss driving back home.


#11

And there are others. (shudder)

Note that it was voted the fourth scariest junction in Britain.


#12

“FUCK” is universal to all walks of life. My dog says it 100 times a day.


#13

From the wiki:

Virtually the same overall configuration has been in place for 43 years. Nobody has ever successfully navigated all the way across.


#14

Good lord. It only has 4 streets that feed into it. Why didn’t they just build one roundabout?


#15

That survey puts Spaghetti Junction at number 1? That’s not scary, just a mess.


#16

Just so. When its -39 here in Winnipeg, even nuns stepping outside automatically say “fuckitscoldout.”


#17

That’s precisely the evidence we needed to confirm my findings! Thank you Sir and or Madam.


#18

I swear, it seems like it’s the same blue hatchback in half of the clips.


#19

If you prefer lights we have those, too.


#20

That would be telling.

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