Jerks Count On The Law To Protect Them Posted by quo1 on May 11, 2013 Posted in: Cartoon, Humor, Musings. Tagged: courtesy, evolution, law, legal, politeness, social courtesy. 18 Comments AdvertisementShare this:ShareTwitterRedditPinterestFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← The Elevator Who Needs A Degree In Child Psychology? →
You hit 5 out of 5 with the funnies today, quo.
Thanks, MerBear. Every so often the stars align.
Oh how I wish I could have punched the idiot who fish-tailed the corner behind us today, then drove within a coat of paint next to us and flipped us the bird (had elderly parentals in the car mind you) then ducked and weaved throughout the traffic…. I was satisfied without a punch – I rang the police on the dob in a hoon number 🙂
I could completely identify with you on this post until you got to the “on the dob in a hoon number” part. What is that? Aussie talk?
Oh dear – let me explain. We have a thing call dob in a hoon. You know what dob means (to tell on someone) Hoon is well a hoon…a ratbag, a trouble maker.
If we see anyone erratically driving or causing mischief on our roads we can ring the police and report them. They send send a car out in the hope of catching them in the act of said hooning. If not they contact them and advise that they have been reported. I don’t know if they get a fine or just a lecture though.
That’s exactly what we need in the U.S. — more anti-jerk laws. Damn hoons.
I think your laws are a lot stricter than ours. You do an eye for an eye. For instance we say “pfft you killed someone, that’s 5 years jail”. They are out walking the streets in 2 for ‘good behaviour’. We are way to lenient with our laws and that is why the hoons get away with whatever they want. Oops getting too D & M…but juz sayin’
We all have hoons. Perhaps ours are just more clever because they know they’ll have to pay a stiffer price if they get caught. But that doesn’t change the fact that it should be legal worldwide to punch a hoon in the nose.
This is true, though this bastard was too quick to catch, otherwise I would have. I mean the nerve of him ..it was Mother’s Day for goodness sake, who hoons on Mother’s Day!??
That reminds me. I have to hoon my mother today.
YES you do – in the nicest possible way of course- be a nice hoon
I certainly will. She’s getting old and too easy to break.
awww may I ask how old mummy of hoon is?
She’s a smart and sassy 80-year-old, though her hips and balance are slowing her down a bit. I think she can still beat me.
aww bless, my Pop is almost 86 he’s not walking well at all, mum is 85 and showing signs of dementia…not a good time watching them grow old. I hope she has a beautiful day.
Thanks and I’ll tell her you said so. I’ll have to translate it into English, of course.
Please do 🙂