Happy Friday! Now that we are past Memorial Day, more people will be hitting the roads looking for some rest and relaxation. A lot of time driving can get a little boring, so here are a few suggestions to liven up that time in the car.
Whenever you pass a cow, put your window down and yell “Moo!” as loud as you can.
Give a friendly wave to everyone you see. If they wave back, offer an offended and angry look.
Put your arms down the legs of an extra pair of trousers, put sneakers on your hands, then lean back as you drive.
Whenever possible, make lizard faces at small children in the back seat of other vehicles.
Put a puppet on your driving hand and have him hold the wheel. Have the puppet talk to people you pass or while at a stop light.
Write the words “Help me” on your back window in red. The more it looks like blood, the better.
Eat cherries while you drive and spit the pits out your window.
Honk your horn at geese to see if you can get them to honk back.
Stick your head out the window and pant like a dog.
Roll down your window and yell at children reminding them to brush their teeth before going to bed.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Life is a long road on a short journey.” ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897