6 Ways to Get Even With Boise’s Worst Drivers
The Cold Shoulder
Until we're pulled over on the shoulder, showing our drivers license and registration to the Blue, few among us admit to being a crappy driver. Even then, most of us still deny it. We insist our on-ramp entries are on-point. Fast or slow, tailgating or haphazardly veering, we change lanes like every lane is ours for the taking.
But let's keep it real, Boise. None of us are the Lord's gift to Chinden, and some of us are the bane of its multi-lane existence. If you can't put your finger on who we're talking about, chances are it's you, boo.
We saw you cut off the white sedan on Milwaukee and Fairview where the lane merges, Sharon from Meridian. Brad from Eagle, we sat frozen in the confines of bumper-to-bumper, gridlock traffic when you didn't creep on the arrow on Chinden and Eagle. Way to tack on an extra 15 minutes to what was already a hellish commute, bro.
And to all of you around the Treasure Valley who refuse to use the zipper method in construction zones, you sucketh like no other. We spend time and energy pining away for the day when karma pierces your front left tire with a two inch nail.
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em
Rising above the worst jerks in traffic is the noble thing to do, but we'd rather see what's behind door number two. Well, well, well! What do we have here, Boise?! Why, it's a petty case of, "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em!" That's right, Sharon and B-rad We've had it with your shh...nanigans
If the idea of getting even with Boise's most terrible drivers sounds dreamy, get in, friend. We nailed down six mostly harmless, fun, and petty suggestions you can use behind the wheel ASAP!