Yes. Apologies for the rather odd title, but it really describes this post well.
Recently, I was driving to the local body of water. I really don't know how to describe it otherwise... it's somewhere in between a puddle and a lake. Anyway, it's called 'de ijzeren man', which translates to 'the iron man'. I don't exactly know why it is called that, but I digress.
My point is, I was driving there with my parents' dogs, and the weather was lovely, meaning a lot of people were also out and about, either walking or going by bicycle. But why is it that every time the weather gets nice, people, for some odd reason, feel it is necessary to drive in the middle of the road? I mean, I live in the Netherlands. We have special paths for bikes -everywhere-, so why the bloody hell do they have to drive in the middle of the road, four in a row?
Oh, and the thing I enjoy most of all is when they look at you as if they're saying: "why are you driving that car on the road that's made for it? Can't you see we're driving our bicycles here?"
Oh well, at least it was fun imagining running them over with the phrases “insane stunt bonus!” and “Splatter bonus!” ringing out. I wonder how many points you get for the teenager with the “the man, the legend” T-shirt?...