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    Submitted by nutcase on Nov 12, 11 at 10:19am

    Ah, the irony of spelling reckless incorrectly.

    • 39 53
      Submitted by eScargo on Nov 12, 11 at 10:29am

      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.

  • 49 48
    Submitted by PrivateIdaho on Nov 12, 11 at 12:07pm

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

    • 46 41
      Submitted by SnidelyKWhiplash on Nov 13, 11 at 4:48pm

      It does indeed, assuming OP has not yet has an accident and is thus wreck-less. However, this demands the qualifier of "yet."

  • 40 47
    Submitted by mazerati on Nov 12, 11 at 7:13pm

    That would be "reckless." If you were wreckless it wouldn't be a problem.

  • 32 37
    Submitted by rosa_rouge on Nov 13, 11 at 12:41am

    Hopefully you won't crash into anyone. Jackass.

  • 37 57
    Submitted by pinky22 on Nov 12, 11 at 10:15am

    Haha just offer the pigs a donut and they'll send you on your way!!!