1. I get confused. Which is “right” and which is “left”?
2. This car doesn’t have enough “oomph”!
3. There’s not supposed to be an arrow coming towards me!
4. Ahhh! Wrong pedal! Wrong pedal!
5. I warned you back there. Do I have to pull this car over?
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Solonor: “Just nyaaauhhh over there,”
Solonor: “nyaauhhh over there, by that truck.”
Me: “Uhh, okay” *pulls in by the truck*
Solonor: “No! Nyaaauhhh!”
Me: “WHAT DOES THAT MEAN!?”
He wanted me to pull up by the sidewalk behind the truck. Instead of telling me that, he made wierd noises. Now, who is worse? HMMMMMM?
Solonor, you have my deepest sympathy! Teaching my two daughters to drive was a living h-e-double-l. For all of us.
Good luck, Pepperkat lol
I knew that hooking up with Deputy, who ‘joy-rided’ his mother’s car at the age of 10, and then became a police officer with ‘driving skills’ his speciality would come in handy. I’m not teaching the kids to drive!
I only want to know which roads she’s on and the color of the car – you ARE going to paint it warning yellow, right?
;> No fear Pepperkat — one day, you too will be terrorized. It’s the Mother’s Curse.
The funny part is I’m sure there are plenty of other terribly funny things that were said that these two haven’t shared.
Good luck, both of you. I expect you’ll both survive. (If anyone truly survives driving in Central Florida. Crazy place, your highways….)
haha i think your daughter has got a point 😉
but seriously, you’re pretty brave. my parents refused to teach any of us kids how to drive, or to get in the car with us after we were licensed.