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February 23, 2017 1 min read

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This is going to be the funniest thing you see all day! Check out this video of an angry driver from Texas that got stuck in a Colorado snow storm. Read the original description of the video below.

"I heard a man cursing loudly outside my window, so I peeked. Then I grabbed my phone quickly because his 4 wheel drive was spinning crazy. Then my kids wanted to see. The rest is all video goodness. I tried to zoom in to show you his license plates were from Texas. The angry man was was offered assistance by several passersby; whom he cursed out profusely (that’s what garnered my attention from inside."

Jonathan Davis
Jonathan Davis


2 Responses

Lilly
Lilly

February 24, 2017

You should of gone help him instead of recording. Your kindness would of changed his ways. Don’t you think?

Jennifer Crown
Jennifer Crown

February 24, 2017

First of all this is funny af.. second I think all these out of staters should have to taking a how to drive in the snow course before they can register thier vehicle or get a Colorado license.

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