DRIVING TIPS

Rachel Lucas puts forth several rules for operating a motor vehicle. Violation of any of these, apparently, makes you an “assclown.” Not to be confused with an “asshat,” which is apparently something completely different.

(Hat tip: The Ville–whose links are virtually invisible, btw)

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Comments

  1. Cam says:

    Asshat is not as bad as being an assclown. I know this because an “assclown” is actually two putdowns in one word. If you call someone an ass, that’s an insult. If you call someone a clown, that’s also an insult.

    If you call someone a hat, that’s just strange.