Dribble, dribble, toil and - er, Tribbles... Wake up folks! It's Thursday's scribble.
Good morning, all. Yep. Another Thursday, another rainy day, another yawnfest in k2bvania. Good news is, I finally replaced my sad-ass wiper blades so I won't be sloshing through the slosh with sloshy windows. This is, of course, important, as drivers 'round these parts get at least 2.36x more stoopid when things fall from the sky. And like, dumb ordinary things too - not even frogs or fish or Horsemen of the Apocalypse or anything. They seem to be of the opinion that if they go faster in dangerous conditions, they will be on the road less cumulative time, and therefore reduce their risk of accident by clocking less minutes on the road. #SCIENCE
What sort of peculiar thing have you noticed flips people out more than it should? Feel free to present wild theories as to their behavior, just for funsies.