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The five states of flipping someone off in traffic

Out of control rage. (I begged you to get some therapy.)

I'm registering your transgression. (Because I'm pretty sure you did it on purpose.)

The Zen flip-off. (I'm totally calm, but you are so in the wrong and you need to realize it if you ever hope to grow and evolve as an individual.)

Can you see me now? (Apparently I was invisible just a second ago.)

No, I'm not proud of lowering myself to using this vulgar gesture. (But I have to suspect it's the only legal thing that would get the attention of a tool such as yourself. And for some odd reason, I feel this urge to express my disdain for your action instead of simply rising above it.)



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