When people don’t stop for red lights or stop signs they give all sort of excuses from “I didn’t see it” to “I stopped real fast.” Some will just lie about it and simply say, “I stopped.”
This past week an old favorite has come up again. A few women have tried using the old “I have to pee” excuse. I haven’t heard that one in a long time, but apparently there’s a reemergence of people relying on their large and small intestines to try and get them out of a ticket.
I applaud them for trying because it just gives me a reason to write a blog story. In fact, two women told me the “I have to pee” excuse while running the same stop sign on two separate days.
That excuse always reminds me of the movie Forrest Gump when he told the president, “I gotta pee” after drinking 15 bottles of Dr Pepper while at the White House.
Whenever I hear someone say, “I have to pee,” I simply reply back, “I gotta pee too.”
The look on their face is priceless. They always pause for a moment as if they’re thinking, “Did that cop just tell me he had to pee?” That’s the best part because they all have the same look. It never gets old. To show them I was reading their mind I’ve always wanted to say, “Yeah, I just said I gotta pee.”
The all time best is when a woman said, “I have to poop” after running a stop sign.
Even though I didn’t say it, I fought the urge to reply, “I gotta poop too,” but it would’ve made everything feel awkward if I had.
You never know when “number one” or “number two” is going to come up in a conversation. This is police work and people say the funniest things.
Ha! I’ve always wondered if people use that excuse. I have … issues… that do indeed make me worry that I might be in a situation where I’ll have to drive fast to find a place to go! Especially here where there aren’t gas stations or fast food places every block. Thankfully it’s never happened (yet)!
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