Riding fast on a motorcycle can be fun. Of course there's a time and a place for everything. Riding fast on the motorcycle track under carefully supervised and planned direction is great. Riding too fast in your hometown suburban neighborhood, not such a good idea for a biker.
Riding Too Fast? Biker Speeding Ticket.
And age is no excuse. Whether young or old, the law is the law. Speed limits must be obeyed by all drivers of any age.
"Please sign here to acknowledge this speeding ticket young man."
"Thank you, and have a nice ride."
Blonde Speeding Ticket
A police officer stops a blonde for speeding and asks her
very nicely if he could see her license.
She replied in a huff, 'I wish you guys would get your act together."
"Just yesterday you take away my license and then today you expect me to show it to you!'"
Scuba Diving Surprise
One day, a scuba diver was enjoying the ocean world 20 feet below the surface. He watched the marine life around him. A barracuda swimming by caught his attention and he turned to watch it swim away.
That's when he noticed a guy at the same depth, but with no scuba gear whatsoever. He thought it strange but went back to exploring the world around him.
The scuba diver swam another 20 feet deeper, and was very surprised to see the guy join him again in a few moments, especially at this depth.
But he was really enjoying the underwater life, and saw a sea turtle, the first time he had ever seen one underwater, so gave little more thought to the other swimmer.
Looking for more discoveries, he moved 20 feet deeper into the near darkness of the water. To his shock at this point, the guy joined him again. He directed his underwater flashlight to the guy's face and again confirmed, he was not using any scuba gear at all. What was going on?
This confused the diver more than ever. How was he breathing? How was he able to swim so deeply without any gear.?
He reached for his waterproof chalkboard set, and wrote:
"How the heck are you able to swim in water this deep without equipment?"
The guy took the board and chalk, erased what the diver had written, and wrote:
"I'm drowning, you moron!"