I will stop giggling later


     I had my laugh for the night at around two-thirty in the morning.  Some idiot was racing his not-so-quiet motorcycle up and down the street.  He forgot one thing…Roads, which have been dry for a long time and are suddenly wet, are slippery.  He made a u-turn in front of my yard, the motorcycle went one way, and he went another.  I saw him land on his feet as the motorcycle jumped out from under him and landed on its side.

     I couldn’t stop laughing and I had to rush Patty inside before I collapsed.  Then, while trying to keep a straight face, I went out the front door and asked Mr. Keneival if he was okay.  He was.  I went back inside and giggled like a fool for a while. 

     If he’d been injured, I would’ve called for aid.  As it was, he was more embarrassed knowing someone had seen the incident than anything else.

     I wish I had it on video—it was priceless.


About doggonedmysteries

Agented Mystery Writer, Bull Terrier owner --we have two, Avid gardener.

Posted on July 29, 2011, in Misc and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. What fascinates me is the agility that allows for a perfect two point landing. Glad he had the grace to be embarrassed. Perhaps that will affect further exploits of excitement to more appropriate locals and times.

    Yeah, two-thirty in the morning is a bit much for racing one up and down the street.

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