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A city of people yelling from cars

I haven't always thought this.

But Spokane seems to have become a city of people yelling from cars.

Why? Maybe it's summer. Or drivers and passengers reacting to a lack of AC (I'm guessing that's why their windows are down).

Anyway, here's the thing. I can almost never actually make out what the braying individual said. So all I can do is guess.

Here are my top three. Though, I repeat, these are just guesses.

1. "My pants are scratchy and I had corn today."

2. "Hey, Eustace! Bowling yarn too tight."

3. "Our mouths are full of bees!"

How about you? When someone yells from a moving car, can you tell what he or she is saying?



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