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December 1, 2008

Lateral Thinking

A girl who was just learning to drive went down a one-way
street in the wrong direction, but didn't break the law.
How come?

8 comments:

Secret Squïrrel said...

Maybe she was reversing the vehicle to parallel park which is permitted in most jurisdictions.

hari said...

she was walking there

Evan said...

Where's my pellet gun? There's a crazy sqirrel wandering around.

She was walking.

Secret Squïrrel said...

There's a 'u' in "Squïrrel". You have no proof that she was walking. I'm surprised that your overly-pedantic attitude from posts above didn't cause you to complain that she could have been availing herself of any number of modes of transport; eg. cycling, skateboarding, rollerblading, skiting, land yachting, parasailing, hang-gliding, etc, etc.

philofsci said...

And Squïrrel, don't forget that the street might actually be a Möbius strip in a zero gravity alien spaceship and she was just walking in the wrong direction under the top street...

Secret Squïrrel said...

LOL!

Except that Council by-law 3471.62f(i) states that "vehicles capable of generating zero-G fields are not permitted in one-way streets", and 3471.62f(ii) states that "one-way streets are not permitted in vehicles capable of generating zero-G fields. Penalty: $40"

Ok, you hold Evan down so I can give him another kicking.

Anonymous said...

She could have been parking the car into the space between the two cars. She had to drive backwards so that she could park her car between the two cars.

Babu vincent said...

she went walking...