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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Xtremehkr, Oct 2, 2005.
That guy completely deserved what he got.
that he did, thank you for sharing. fun stuff.
Check out the rest of the site, there is some funny stuff there.
thanks, will do. always looking for new and innovative ways to laugh.
It's a fake. Airbags deploy instantaneously and there's usually white powder that flies about.
Sorry for spoiling all the fun.
It deployed as soon as she hit his bumper with her bag. Either way, pretty funny.
Plus an old lady wouldn't be strong enough to deploy an airbag. You need to be driving about 40km/h before they can get enough force to be activated.
Still, it's a funny link.
That was great!
Wrong in so many ways...
But that's not very funny.
wow that actually made me laugh
i feel bad
I think I'll pass it onto Snopes to see what they say.
Very funny, but I think I have to agree with the fake verdict.
It's lower in the States cause they don't wear seatbelts. I think it's somewhere around 15km/h.
Interesting. That makes sense. Still, even the force of a 1500kg car travelling at 15km/h would be a big ask for an old lady with a handbag.
thats prety funny. But didnt they aribag deploy a little quickly.
Oh god yeah, there's no way she could've popped those airbags.
Could've been a flawed airbag mechanism. I doubt it, but it could. Some people have had them deploy while just driving down the street.
we don't? it's the law in most states if not all. I got in a minor fender-bender a few months back going around 5 mph at impact and my airbag didn't deploy. Looking at my fender i can't see granny doin' worse damage.
Last official figures I saw was a 76% rate of usage, that's shameful. I think our current level of around 96% is pretty piss weak too.
Sorry, just checked, usage went from 71% in 2000 to 80% in 2004. That means one in five drivers are risking their own and other's lives. Terrible.
I agree, I wish everyone would realize how important it is to always wear a seat belt! Heck, I often strap mine on before I even start the car.
that's still a pretty sorry percentage...its a deep rooted habit for me, just like using turn signals (another pet peeve of mine).
We have to put it on before we start the car, if you don't do that in your driving test you fail before you even leave the RTA carpark.