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    Default WDYT driving in a mask...

    Today I pulled up beside a couple wearing full head masks. Beside that fact that the driver was being very aggressive and trying to scare my kids, I thought that it was dangerous to be driving in as it covered his entire head IYKIM.


    So with Halloween coming up what are your thoughts on driving with a mask on...

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    It would give me the creeps! And I can't imagine visibility would be great....

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    Im obsessed with halloween. But that is totally wrong


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    Hmm that sounds terribly creepy and wrong

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    I think it's pretty irresponsible. How would you be able to see properly?

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    What kinda mask? What about people with burka's on? do they see properly? (i'd hope so for safety's sake.) Once we were wearing masks - looking like zombie's actually with fake blood down our necks etc, but we were passengers... it was pretty funny just looking at ppl and people just glancing over and doing a double take. lol.

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    I pulled up next to this last week at a traffic light -

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    I didn't even realised until I looked back at my DD and noticed her staring intensely out the window. I turned and got fright but laughed it off.. The driver was about 50 years old and had a fake hairy hand on a stick and was waving at DD while laughing.

    Btw this wasn't a real person sitting in the passenger seat.

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    I would throw the poop I would of just done in my pants at them


 

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