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  • "Reckless". Wreck-less does not describe your situation. At all.

    Submitted by PrivateIdaho on Nov 12, 11 at 12:07pm
    • It does indeed, assuming OP has not yet has an accident and is thus wreck-less. However, this demands the qualifier of "yet."

      Submitted by SnidelyKWhiplash on Nov 13, 11 at 4:48pm
  • Hopefully you won't crash into anyone. Jackass.

    Submitted by rosa_rouge on Nov 13, 11 at 12:41am
  • Ah, the irony of spelling reckless incorrectly.

    Submitted by nutcase on Nov 12, 11 at 10:19am
    • Stick to correcting the morons who continually write "your" for you're, and "there" for their, or "are" in place of our. Give this person a break. Apparently spelling reckless correctly is the least of this person's worries. Especially if they are texting on top of the "wreckless" driving.

      Submitted by eScargo on Nov 12, 11 at 10:29am
  • Haha just offer the pigs a donut and they'll send you on your way!!!

    Submitted by pinky22 on Nov 12, 11 at 10:15am
  • That would be "reckless." If you were wreckless it wouldn't be a problem.

    Submitted by mazerati on Nov 12, 11 at 7:13pm