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Re: Louisiana Iris Bloom and other odd passangers


Hello Tom D. an all others!

When you mentioned the Iris 'passengers' I was thinking of an
rather amusing incident.
It was this car who got red light at an traffic light in an local 
road here. 
When he stopped, he jumped out of the car to buy some 
cigarettes and an paper in an shop nearby (hoping he could do that 
before it was green light). 
When he leaved the car his huge dog in the backseat jumped forward to
the driver seat.
Meanwhile he was shopping the light turned green and the drivers in the
cars that now have stopped behind him, was a little angry and started
honking. 
When the light turned red again, the driver in the first car behind
jumped out of his car and run forward to the blocking car, 
and was about to open his mouth to yell something horrible.

You can imagine his face when he saw the grin of the happy 'dog-driver'
in the driver seat.

ROFLOL   

(was It right Clarence)?


Gunnar Andersson, Sthlm/sweden





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