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Kids R Stoopid 2

August 5th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

Last weekend, while Jean and I were walking Sasha home, we were passing by one of the housing projects when we spotted a girl, about 11 or 12 years old, riding a small BMX bike. We didn’t think anything of it until we’d walked by, when suddenly we heard a CRASH! We turned around:

She’d ridden her bike directly into a parked car, and was lying on the ground, screaming. No, laughing. In one hand was her cell phone, which she’d been writing a text message on. She was still writing the text message. And laughing. And then she shouted, “Again!”

Oh well, kids are idiots. At least she wasn’t trying to rob us.


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