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Drivers Share The Weirdest Thing They've Witnessed In The Next Car On The Road

Don't Look!!

Driving is more than just a right of passage, it's a journey through life. It's a study of the human psyche and the behavior of humanity. The things we do in our cars when we "think" nobody is looking... well, let's just say it's telling about our character. Who amongst us doesn't wish they had just kept looking forward?

Redditor u/toasterrain wanted the drivers out there to let loose asking... What is the weirdest thing you've seen when looking over at the car next to you while driving?

Field Trip

I was on a field trip and another kid said, "Look at this guy waving like an a**hole!" I look over and see my dad waving wildly at my bus. It was crazy because he SHOULD have been at work already, but he was late because he had to go to court for driving like he does. ButWaitTheresAnxiety

Back at you kid...

Looked at the other car and there was this 3 year old girl waving at me, as soon as I waved back her wave slowly turned into her giving me the finger.

And she just didn't stop, I bet it was like 3 minutes we were side by side and the finger was always there. Traumatic.


It's all you man...

Dude driving a Volvo station wagon, bare-assed naked, givin' himself the business.

Forever burned into my brain. PrettySureISharted

Cheers to Tacos! 

A guy was eating a jack in the box taco in the car next to us, so my cousin started eating one of our jack in the box tacos and cheers'd the guy. He was very excited. FortuneMonger

Men are dumb...

I was on a bus at a red light and saw a passenger girl with her head on the lap of the driver dude and it looked like she's giving him a bj. I nudge my friend, we both stare in disbelief for a few seconds when the dude sees us staring. He tells the girl to look up so she does, but it's revealed that he isn't naked or anything. She was just causally resting her face in this dude's lap. All four of us start laughing and the bus starts driving because the light turned green. astrotalk


A middle aged woman creeping along at 20mph or so on a two lane 55mph highway. I glanced in as I passed her then did a double take. She was wearing a shower cap and those big yellow Mr Clean gloves. Clutching the steering wheel in a death grip, it was her facial expression that made the tableau. You know how Jim Carrey tucked his lips up over his teeth a la Fire Marshall Bill? She had this super angry scowl on her face with her lips tucked over her teeth and her mouth open wide. She looked like a zombie person or something. It was so weird. maddomesticscientist


Stoplight in Florida thought dog was behind wheel of car across intersection. Turned out to be person in Chewbacca costume. chicoman2018

I'll take Swiss... 

2 weeks ago I watched a woman tearing strips of American cheese slices and eat them like string cheese. I guess it isn't that weird, but she was driving a really nice Escalade and she seemed really put together. The american cheese threw me for a loop. xXHyrule87Xx

Just Drive! 

I've seen people read, shave, put make up on, but I guess those are pretty normal. The weirdest though would be a gentleman playing the trumpet with sheet music across his steering wheel... Black_Char

 I see ME! And I like what I see!

My twin.

I noticed I was about to pass a car that was similar to my car's make and model. I was pretty sure it was even the same year, so out of curiosity, I slowed down just a little to take a peek at who was driving. Turned out to be a dude about my size, also wearing a backwards hat, and the same style sunglasses in a similar color. We smiled at each other, flashed a thumbs up, and continued on our ways.

Best friend I never had. We still never talk sometimes. yoduh4077


"It wasn't me!"

There's not much you can do when the righteous fist of the law comes down on you. Call it a mix-up, or call it a mistake, if someone's pegged you at the scene of a crime there's not much you can do but trust the justice system to prove you innocent. However, that's a gamble, and just because you've been given a "not guilty" doesn't mean the effects won't follow you for the rest of your life.

Reddit user, u/danbrownskin, wanted to hear about the times when it wasn't you, seriously, it was someone else, when they asked:

Redditors who were once considered suspect of a crime they did not commit, what's it like being held under suspicion and how did it affect your life?

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