You Make Road Rage So Much Fun

This car needs a better horn. It sounds like I’m stepping on a Rubber Duckie.
— My Wife

Rubber Duckie

I’m not awfully fond of it myself.


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If not, don’t honk at me with your wussy car horn.


  1. EduDad

    Reminds of that female character in Police Academy with the soft voice and then she gets really mad and yells and then everyone listens except that you need a second horn so you can have that effect.


  2. lovethebadguy

    Sounds like an interesting car. I’ve always wanted a novelty horn. One that sings a nice lil’ tune.

    …Although, a merry jingle would hardly convey my irritation with other drivers. Would probably be distracting, actually.

    I may have to rethink this.


    • John Pseudonymous

      I’ve always liked the idea of a funny car horn. I think it’s a great reminder not to take yourself so seriously when you get angry.

      A buddy of mine actually has a tattoo of a smiley face on his middle fingertip, so whenever he decides to flip someone off, he sees the smiley face and can’t help but giggle, which I think is just brilliant.


  3. Andi-Roo (@theworld4realz)

    Once when traveling the highway, we passed an 18-wheeler. My sister & I, from the back seat, pumped our arms in the universally acknowledged sign language request that the driver hoot his fun air-brake-horn-thing, which he kindly did. My parents had no idea this exchange had taken place, so they were completely clueless as to why a huge truck was “honking” at them in such obnoxious fashion. So my dad honks back. From our tiny little car, came the uber-weak, “meeep-meeep”. The truck driver died laughing. I know this, because my sister & I met him in Heaven as we, too, died laughing. Thanks for the memory! :)


    • John Pseudonymous

      That’s hilarious. Guess what the make of the car in question was?

      Let’s all say it together… “Toyota.”

      However, despite the wussy horns, there’s something to be said for their longevity. Those things drive forever.


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