F-ing BMW Owners

By expectnothing on in News. Permalink.

Story #8

I was biking to work yesterday. This Indian guy was doing like 65+ to make a light in a 45 mph. I crossed the street with enough room. Then the guy starts honking at me, for even trying it. I flipped him off. First time I’ve flipped off a car on a bike.

Story #7

So, on the way to work, this asshole was cutting everyone off and swerving in the lanes. When he almost crashed into me I honked at him, stupidass and THEN, he proceeds to keep doing more of the same to everyone so no one wanted to pass him.
and THEN, When I finally passed him he had the nerve to BLOW ME A KISS. OMFG I wanted to drag him out of the car and kick his ass. – Jenny @ Work


Story #6

There’s 20 cars in line at the light at the right lane. The ONE car that was over too far to fit by to turn right was of course, a BMW. The only car that didn’t stay to the left in their lane. Jerks!

Story #5

We go to In-N-Out. 2 BMWs ahead of me. The one right ahead of me spent like 10 mins ordering. How hard is it. Idiots.

Story #4

I get a second BMW sitting at a green light forever. I bet they were looking at their phone.

Story #3

So after all these BMW stories, at 6 p.m. I come up to a stop sign behind a BMW. They sit there like 45 seconds. I think maybe they’re waiting for someone to cross. But no
they’re just a dumbshit. So I air horn them then they floor it and sped off never to be caught again.

Story #1

This guy is in a red BMW convertible. 90% of BMW owners are complete assholes in the way they drive, and probably outside of the car. He goes by us all on the right and cuts in line. Then he gets up ahead of me. He gets over to a left turn lane (with out signalling of course), then just as he’s about to turn, jerks the car right over to the right in front of me without signaling. So he was going to turn left and goes the distance then bails out at the last second and cuts in front of me. He should have signaled and asked to be let back in, he should have waited for the cars to go by and get back in line. Or he should have at least said sorry for his dick move. But BMW owners are giant assholes so that’s not something they would ever do, would it. Most of them don’t even ever signal and drive around like they are your gods.

I air horned him. And gave him the WTF hands up? He then returned it and refused to admit he was wrong or say sorry or anything. He’s just like WHAT? I did nothing. He cut over on me, without signally and baled out of turning. He then continues on and passes everyone on the left. I fucking hate those guys man. I hope his business goes out of business and he gets fired and someone trashes his car.

Story #2

I get another one this morning. BMW comes over in front of me without signally. Then I go to a lane to the left, he just does it again. Then he goes slow as shit.

I need a giant truck with a ram on the front that eats BMWs.


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      Why?
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    I’ve driven in California since 1991. I’ve spent many trips running up and down the state as well as driving in many other states. After all of this driving, I became fed up with how bad California drivers on. I wanted to point out what they do to either help change a few drivers or at least entertain the rest of the world with Californian’s horrible driving.

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