Driving is already confusing, and these two vans made it even harder! The truck on the left is asking the drivers not to follow, yet the truck on the right wants the drivers to keep left. It’s a contradicting situation to be in, but it’s still hilarious to come across. The more we think of it, the more questions we have. For the truck on the right, asking to keep left, we can somehow get our minds around.
The driver wants others to avoid overtaking from the right, aiming to keep everyone safe and alive. Great. But what about the truck on the left? Where is the driver going, asking us not to follow? Is there some mysterious truck-driver resort only the fortunate know about, and they want to keep it isolated and not crowded?
Airing Out His Paw
Being a pampered pooch and living a life of fame is not easy. For this gentle doggo, his owner left him in the car, and he was left to fend for himself. Luckily, this guy was doing well in the front seat and didn't need any supervision. So, if you are a dog owner you probably know how hard and demanding it can be to train a dog.
To teach it to defecate outdoors and to teach them how not to jump on sofas, not to jump on beds, and not to eat the food off the table. Can you imagine how much it must have taken this dog's owner to teach him to ignore the passing cat, to pay no attention to the postman, and to stay still in that position until he returns? You are better off leaving the dog at home.
Stacking It High
In Southeast Asia, this is a common sight on highways. This is an example of one of those instances where a truck is overloaded with cargo. The car could've gotten a flat tire, but it's still going strong. We'd love to see how this car makes a U-turn because it seems impossible.
Another thing we can't stop thinking about is the dude on the right. What exactly is his role in this scenario? Is he the one responsible for making sure the cargo is evened out between both sides? Or is he the one who keeps yelling, "You can go higher, you can go higher." Either way, we can't see this car getting very far.
Seeing something smaller than its larger size can help put things into perspective and give you a better idea of how big or small things are. This driver wanted to entertain other people on the road with his setup, and we commend them for that. It was a cute idea to attach a small tractor to the large truck.
It could also be that the truck driver has a young four-year-old kid who drove him absolutely crazy and wouldn't let go until his father agreed to attach his wheeled toy to the back of the real thing. Yep. That is probably what happened.
Not Under a Rock Anymore
We love customizing personal items, and we especially appreciate people who take things a little further and give you the most unexpected. We are not talking about taking a T-shirt and giving it a personal touch. We are talking serious things here, like turning your vehicle into SpoungeBob's number one fan.
Only a Patric fanatic could come up with this. Patrick Star was tired of living under a rock in Bikini Bottom. He thought it'd be much cooler to live on a wheel since he could drive around the city and see more of the views. We can't argue with Patrick Star's logic!