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That's NOTHING compared to my situation, a year ago, after the New Year's night on my town's Disco:

I was with my parents going back home after that, and ('cause the road was FILLED with snow and ice below) in all of a sudden, my dad (which is pretty much shorter than me, about 1.30 tall; I am about 1.85) slipped hard in the ice, and ('cause beyond very short, he's a bit fat) he started to roll down the road, :lol::):)ROTFLMAO :lol::lol::lol: , and me & my mom started to LAUGH LOUD, LOUD enough to get attention (but there was no one near us for that).

We EVEN thought he would roll 'till the end of the road, LMAO!!

On one another talk with my mom, she said me this wasn't neither the first, nor the second or even third time this LOL situation happened; even putting pythons on his snow boots, he doesn't stand still on ice!! B)

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AlexLy   
But to be serious:

Whenever people don't know how to open rear doors.[/font][/color]

Oh yeah, you've just reminded me that the other day on the 69, school special, a guy that wanted to open rear doors on a Classic was kicking it, thinking that the doors will open like an LFS, B).....

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But to be serious:

Whenever people don't know how to open rear doors.[/font][/color]

While I was in Portugal 'cause of studies, our bus (which looks like a good high-floor from the outside, but is half-destroyed inside, due to some vandalism episodes) was having door issues, sometimes... As they work by air pressure, sometimes that pressure was simply too low to close the doors!

So, what to do?? Well --- as the european high floor buses are just like tourist coaches (open the doors backwards), we put the hand on one of the door's arms and pull them inside!

On one another situation, to get out, some of my mates even got angry 'till the point of knocking them out B) , as we also use both front and rear doors to get out!

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BusRider   
Oh yeah, you've just reminded me that the other day on the 69, school special, a guy that wanted to open rear doors on a Classic was kicking it, thinking that the doors will open like an LFS, B).....

On a Classic here a person started pushing the green light.

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ttc9426   

I remember back in grade 9, our teacher said that we had an in class exam for the course, and some kid said "oh, so it's not a real course then!" Most kids started laughing, but our teacher sent him to the office for it. I just found it funny how she got so offended.

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ttcgeek   

In my math class, we had the last test before mid-terms. Some people were doing really bad on it. One guy didn't know and he said "Aww, thanks for screwing us over sir."

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ttc9426   

Found out that one of my friends is taking grade 9 math for the 4th time (he's in grade 12) and he's mad about it. He was in my grade 9 math class when he was in grade 10. I remember He came about twice a week, and didn't even come to the final exam. (which was worth 15% or 30% of our final mark.)

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D40-90   
Found out that one of my friends is taking grade 9 math for the 4th time (he's in grade 12) and he's mad about it. He was in my grade 9 math class when he was in grade 10. I remember He came about twice a week, and didn't even come to the final exam. (which was worth 15% or 30% of our final mark.)

People like that motivated me to do better when I was in HS. I didn't want to fail and be with kids younger han me. I Hope it motivates you too.

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M.Wright   

Seeing an OC Transpo driver on route 12 finishing at Bank and Slater, make a right turn onto Slater.

Those familiar with Ottawa would know that if you make this kind of move, you would be turning onto a One-Way heading the WRONG WAY!!!!

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Seeing an OC Transpo driver on route 12 finishing at Bank and Slater, make a right turn onto Slater.

Those familiar with Ottawa would know that if you make this kind of move, you would be turning onto a One-Way heading the WRONG WAY!!!!

That reminds me...

A driver was driving on route 6 and didn't turn right on 9th Street. He ended up going to 13th Street before he realized he missed his turn.

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ttc9426   
People like that motivated me to do better when I was in HS. I didn't want to fail and be with kids younger han me. I Hope it motivates you too.

I'm usually more motivated to do better if I'm in a class of hard workers than a class full of idiots that never shut up or rarely come to class. That's just me, though.

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I'm usually more motivated to do better if I'm in a class of hard workers than a class full of idiots that never shut up or rarely come to class. That's just me, though.
People like that motivated me to do better when I was in HS. I didn't want to fail and be with kids younger han me. I Hope it motivates you too.

I think both scenarios are excellent motivators.

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What totally kills my motivation to get working in class is tiredness. Especially if I'm just mentally exhausted (sleepy as heck) I just can't focus on anything. Being physically tired isn't too much of a problem though.

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cmc12   

While in Cuba over the summer with friends, we decided to go out to the market in Varadero. Our resort, being a significant distance from the actual city, required us to either cab it into the city, or take the bus.

After getting to and walking around the city, I noticed the following car used as a taxi:

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Now I have a particular interest in these old 'Yank tanks', as they are referred to down there, so I just had to take a picture of that car. In particular, the 1959 Cadillac convertible is my dream car.

So after I take that picture, I turn around to about 6 or 7 taxi drivers all offering me and my friends a ride back to our resort! I politely, but regretibly, declined, as I already had my bus pass. I then noticed my friends dying of laughter.

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Wow, a '59 pink Caddy. That car is the same age as Barbie and me. Very Nice car BTW. A lot of good stuff from that era. (Like New Looks)

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Tom1122   

I guess this could be funny now.

Earlier today I was working at my mom's ice cream store. Near the end of my shift, I was opening a 12 pack of Diet Coke. My mom suggested a knife to cut the cardboard open. I used it and I accidentally punctured a can! :P

The resulting spill was soon cleaned up, but we kept the can for ourselves since we couldn't sell it! :lol:

No other cans were punctured as a result.

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From YRT-Guy:

A lady decided to pull her car beside a Shoppers Drug Mart at Fairview Mall on a Sunday, then quickly run inside to buy something. I was inside his bus at that time so I'm just remembering the story from his point of view.

Problem was that when she entered the drug mart, security was right there writing a ticket, and when she found out after she got a ticket, she yelled, "OH SHIT!"

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i was riding with three transit fans, one being a bus driver, and i happened to pick up a tennis ball from the street and i decided to throw it back out. i threw it out of the front door and it hit a brick wall and came right back in the bus and hit the driver!

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ttc9426   

From a long time ago, but I remember when I was 6 or 7 and my brother was picking me up from school with his friends. (they were in grade) One of my brothers friends picked up a snowball and threw it at the front of a TTC bus that was passing by. The driver got out, run up to us, and started yelling at him for a few minutes. Don't know why he didn't just run when he saw the bus stop. :lol:

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From a long time ago, but I remember when I was 6 or 7 and my brother was picking me up from school with his friends. (they were in grade) One of my brothers friends picked up a snow ball and threw it at the front of a TTC bus that was passing by. The driver got out, run up to us, and started yelling at him for a few minutes. Don't know why he didn't just run when he saw the bus stop. :lol:

I, buddy, would either run like hell or just trot along and try and bland in with the environment, as though nothing occurred

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D40-90   

I remember when a buddy of mine hit a police officer with a snowball. I was like shit, were all in trouble, untill the police officer threw a few snowballs back at us. It was on school property too.

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