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+19 1. eupatriot commented 11 years ago

Wow he totally blew that 2 way stop sign at 0:22.
Not only was there a clear stop sign on the right side, but also a flashing stop at the top.

Lucky to be alive, if he was hit by that truck he would be dead for sure.
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+2 2. nooitaf (admin) commented 11 years ago

what country could this be?
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+2 3. Paul1968 commented 11 years ago

one lucky fucker...... wonder if he was rolling a fag or using his mobile phone when he missed the stop sign.
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+3 4. stepanstas commented 11 years ago

believe this is Poland
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-15 5. chance commented 11 years ago

Sounds like Europe :p

I'm not familiar with the phrase, "rolling a fag", so I just looked it up and of course it's British.
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0 6. grator commented 11 years ago

me too
So damn close ;)
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+14 7. championay commented 11 years ago

whats that supposed to mean "of course its british"?? im guessing you are an american, and more familiar with the term blowing a fag....right? you know, that thing you do on weekends :*
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+6 8. AlenKobas commented 11 years ago

lol! #5 u got pwned bigtime by #7! :D
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+2 9. kainim commented 11 years ago

#5, correction eastern Europe, in the rest we speak, Dutch, French, English, German, Italian and spanish (and Swiss)

but not vodka vodka nazdrowje
:p i believe this is Poland too
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-2 10. kissmybackbone commented 11 years ago

#5 yes, sounds like europe beacuse they're like asians and blacks: they all look alike and sound alike - damm foreigners !
what a dumbass comment and btw the "brit" gave it back to you nice and square;maybe you shouldn't have left your w-e activity... :*
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+3 11. musatalin commented 11 years ago

near miss I`ll say :S
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+3 12. Paul1968 commented 11 years ago

@ #7 excellent reply, made me howl with laughter.
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+10 13. wts commented 11 years ago

Yes this is Poland. The driver got 500pln ticket for the sign at the end :)
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-3 14. sparticus commented 11 years ago

#7 no need to get so offended...calling someone a homosexual just because they don't understand your countries slang is a pretty ridiculous reason
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+1 15. spetzialist commented 11 years ago

Poland indeed, i'll add that he was drivin with his 3-ppl family.
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-5 16. Skeesicks commented 11 years ago

#13 and what is this in "real" money? :P
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+1 17. Rafaeldz commented 11 years ago

No to tak pieknie, cud to ma?o powiedziane,
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+1 18. Toro commented 11 years ago

OMG, that was a lucky driver realy
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+5 19. Rickspinion commented 11 years ago

#16 in real money?

Here you go...

I assume you meant $US.
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+1 20. Ritty5 commented 11 years ago

Very Lucky...

This seems to have to be taken from a "Cops" or similar equivalent... Doesn't seem as exciting though...
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+2 21. antifolklore commented 11 years ago

#19 brilliant
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+1 22. badboy007 commented 11 years ago

That was skill look how he nudged to the left to avoid it lol.
And nice comment #7
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+2 23. kurtweller commented 11 years ago

driver was coming back from a funeral 8-)
lucky bustard :D
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+1 24. Bahira commented 11 years ago

#7 All i have to say is Briton.
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+1 25. nooitaf (admin) commented 11 years ago

Poland is what i first thought, but now i know for shure, thnx :)
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+5 26. patriotaus commented 11 years ago

@11 It is not a near miss, a near miss is a crash, because they nearly missed each other and crashed while a near hit on the other hand means they nearly hit each other and therefore missed. A near hit is correct.
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+2 27. CrackrJak commented 11 years ago

That would've been a horrific wreck. I couldn't understand the narration and have no idea what country that's from and even I could tell that was STOP sign. Wow!
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+1 28. zhetti commented 11 years ago

Too bad he can't talk English.
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-6 29. liverpoolboy commented 11 years ago

shitillmonomonski whatthefuckhellski isthisfucknguyski goinaboutafuckboutski.
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+1 30. riverside89 commented 11 years ago

Sorry if this is a dumb question but...
... since this is in Poland, why does the stop sign say STOP?
Shouldn't it say something like ZATRZYMAC?

#7 Funny! :D
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+1 31. ZyMi commented 11 years ago

#30 zatrzymac is a Polish verb for stopping, that's right, but stop has the same meaning as well (as in many other european languages), and most signs in Europe are done with symbols or single words that have the same (or very similar) meaning and spelling in many languages - after all people in Europe use many different languages, it's much easier and safer this way.
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+1 32. lacroupade commented 11 years ago

#14 - he didn't call him a homosexual, just accused him of blowing a fag. Theres a subtle difference of which you are clearly aware.
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+1 33. Sereno commented 11 years ago

I'll add that they were coming back from a funreal...
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+1 34. L-Roxwell commented 11 years ago

ask him has he had anything to drink.
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0 35. riverside89 commented 11 years ago

@5: I think the phrase "rolling a fag" can mean different things in different places. In England I think it means rolling a cigarette. In the U.S.A. it means robbing a gay person. Also see #7 above.