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February 28, 2014

CANADIAN TRAFFIC REPORT

'Snowboob' Causes 100-Car Pileup Outside of Toronto

This has been the Canadian Traffic Report.

(Thanks to Suzie Q. Wacvet)

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In Chicago, we call that "The Bishop Ford" -- an expressway that was named in part to reduce swearing as a sign of respect for a great religious leader.

All the guy bloggers clicking the link expecting to see a sexy, topless snowgal, raise your hands.

Both hands.

Annie, I'm raising both my hands. Actually that same squall passed over NY State and was over my head in NEPA in the afternoon. It only lasted about 30 minutes but I've never seen anything like it. I couldn't see past the hood of my car.

/resume humor

I didn't mind not being able to see when one passed through awhile ago. I was able to text with fewer traffic distractions.

i too was in upstate ny, on my way back to albany from glens falls. got in the house about 15 mins before the squall came thru. dropped an inch of snow and stuck to the pavement like cement. a high of 14 today. yipppeee. when there is a sqquall you may as pull off the road.

We have the same kind of traffic problem down here, but down here a "snowboob" is a certain kind of driver. Same headline, though.

"Snowboob", hmm, must be a new nick-name for Rob Ford. What are they doing letting Rob Ford play in traffic?

Don't we just wish, Max!

I ran into one of those in Kentucky of all places a couple of years ago.
The road ahead and the semi I knew to be there just disappeared.
Pull over? Where's "over"?

*raises hands*

Well it has been colder than a witch's snowboob here after all...

I, too, was stuck in a snowboob in Albany, NY years ago. Had to pull over. I could barely see the steering wheel, but it was over in 10 minutes. I can't imagine driving in it, much less 100 cars stupid enough to hit each other. You only drive as far as you can see to stop.

Weather update - it is raining hard in So Cal - people grimace like they're being pelted with gravel. Even the animals are cranky. My dog is looking at me like I have a magic hose that I'm spraying him with.

I actually expected to see a picture of a giant boob/bazoom/breast/titty made out of snow, like the snow penises we're so used to seeing.

The flash of a good snowboob will make the old icicle grow longer.

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