Saturday, July 16, 2016

Traffic Ticket

When I woke up this morning, I saw that it was a beautiful day outside. I decided to go for a drive in my car.


Hello car. I have yet to give my car a name - any ideas?


I got in my car and buckled up.


I drove here.


And I drove there. I remembered the time that Sandy visited me and drove my car.


Suddenly, I heard some sirens and saw flashing lights. I looked in the sideview mirror.


I was being pulled over!


"Hello there, officer," I said.

"Hello citizen," he replied. "May I please see your driver's license and registration?"


I handed him my documents.


"Hmm... okay... I see," he said. "Do you know how fast you were going in this speed zone?"

"Uh, 5 miles per hour, I think," I answered.

"Yes, that's right. You were going 5 miles per hour," he said.


"Is something wrong?" I asked.

"Well, it looks like I will have to write you a ticket," the police officer said.

"But I wasn't speeding. I even graduated from Slow Poke Driving School," I insisted.

"I'm not giving you a speeding ticket," he said. "I'm giving you a slowing ticket... for going too slowly!"


Slowing tickets? Has anyone heard of these before?


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4 comments:

  1. Poor Ajdin! LOL at the article. Like Uncle Tibbs' police cap.

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  2. Slowing ticket? You were going too slowly? Hm, something doesn't sound right there.

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    1. I'm a little confused about that also.

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  3. Er... well... on some of the major highways up here in Canada, you have to be able to go 60 km/h. Slower vehicles are actually banned on those roads... you know... like tractors, horse-drawn carriages, scooters... and um... graduates from Slow Poke Driving School... Must be a Canadian thing... the distances are so far up here that we all drive faster! heheh

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