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Video: California Woman Creates First Drive-Thru 7Eleven

Posted in Bizarre, Cars, Crash Testing, Newsworthy, Parking, Safety, Toyota, Traffic, Videos by Suzanne Denbow | December 9th, 2008 | 2 Responses |

In Fountain Valley, California, an 18-year-old girl with no valid driver’s license on file crashed her friend’s 1993 white Toyota Camry through the storefront of a local 7Eleven. According to Sgt. Eric Orahood of the Fountain Valley Police, “Somebody hit the gas instead of the brake and jumped the sidewalk and ran into the store.” Adding his two cents, said Daniel Zhao, the owner of the Zoe Acupuncture & Herbs Center near the 7-11, said, “I feel sorry for the driver.” Zhao’s empathy coupled with Sgt. Orahood’s downplay of the events indicate that the chick was probably hot, but regardless of what she looked like, she was still a dumbshit. The only time you ever confuse the brake pedal and the accelerator is when you’re either a.) FOB, or b.) still feeling the affects of the acid you dropped at your friend’s techno rave/gangbang last night.

So, for those of you keeping score at home, this would be approximately reason number 1,332,594 why women should not be allowed to operate motor vehicles.

Source: OCRegister

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  1. Rock517 says:

    “The only time you ever confuse the brake pedal and the accelerator is when you’re either a.) FOB, or b.) still feeling the affects of the acid you dropped at your friend’s techno rave/gangbang last night.”

    You forgot c.) Suffering the affects of a brainfreeze from the Slurpee you just bought inside and gulped down and d.) You’re an 18 year-old-girl or just a woman driver, period. (sryz, Suz)

  2. Sofar says:

    I hear this a lot. Why did the old man plow into the farmer’s market? “Oh, I mistook the gas pedal for the brake pedal.” And everyone just nods their heads. BUT HOW DO YOU DO THAT? I mean, I’ve done that numerous times, but every time I seem to realize what I did and step on the brake before I’ve gone five feet further than I wanted to. How do you go forty feet and over a curb before realizing you’ve stepped on the gas?