Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Driving Test-Fail


Like many teens, Anthony struggles to pass his driver's license test. Unlike others, his test involves some exciting home invasion!
My boy is taking the driving test the first week of August and in my search for driving tips for him, I found this hilarious video.

15 comments:

tammy said...

lol - can't wait to show this to my son.

tha malcontent said...

good one.... thanks for sharing.

Teresa said...

That was great!
Have a great night :)

Amusing Bunni said...

I hope your boy passes, Opie.
I remember my drivers license test, I couldn't parallel park. How I got a license, I"ll never know. But I never drove either. It's too dangerous out here to do that too. Thanks for the laughs.

Red said...

Ah the first driving test. GOod times. I remember the first time I got behind the wheel. My mother was teaching me to drive her stick shift in the school parking lot. God bless her. I'm sure I gave her some premature silver hairs that day.

Opus #6 said...

Red, we are all beholden to those brave grown-ups who climbed into the passenger seat while we sat in the driver's seat.

Opus #6 said...

Bunni, we are keyed up about it. I hope he passes.

Trestin said...

I can still remember mine. It has been over two years since I have driven.

Chicago Ray said...

Good luck to them ..I was lucky, my mom and dad used to let me run up to the store when I was 15 occasionally. Different time than now. I wouldn't do it today, sue city.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Just like my driving test!

Positude said...

Your son should remember these three things: Relax, slow down, and listen. Relax, because this is a test of how well you have mastered driving and you can't focus if you aren't relaxed. Slow down, repeat every instruction back to the tester so that you understand the direction. Listen to what this persn testing you says. I kow you'll do well. If you don't pass I will give you a new hold of disdain!!!

cbullitt said...

Yeah, every 16-year-old longs to hear the instructor say, "Just punch it, man!"

Good luck, Opus.

Kristin said...

Best of luck to your son!

Pedaling said...

My 5th is 15 and able to get her permit. I scream out loud, in terror, with every child.

Opus #6 said...

Ped, it is unnerving.