Cat (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
Why, are dogs colourblind?
NerdLord (12 Nov, 2012)
Cats can't write, imposer!
Enter 017 here: (13 Nov, 2012)
No, they are too busy sniffing each other's butts.
Dog (25 Nov, 2012)
Hawker-Blue (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
I was thinking about Cyclists the other day. If they get hit by a car, its the car's fault. if they hit a pedestrian, its the pedestrian's fault. so what happens if they collide with another bike? would it be the Bus across town's fault?
Common sense (12 Nov, 2012)
I don't know where you have heard that. If a cyclist gets hit by a car while cycling in a car lane, the cyclist counts as a vehicle and normal traffic laws apply. If hit by a car while cycling in a bike lane, not running a red light, it's the cars fault. If hitting a pedestrian while cycling in a car lane, it's the cyclist fault. If hitting a pedestrian in a cycling lane, not running a red light, it's the pedestrians fault. If hitting a pedestrian on a sidewalk/anywhere not being a cycling lane, it's the cyclists fault.
tl;dr - WHAT YOU ARE SAYING IS ONLY TRUE IN BIKE LANES WHEN NOT RUNNING A RED LIGHT
Trollolol (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
I'm a cyclist and I swear that the top one is yellow!
Dog (12 Nov, 2012)
I'm a dog and I swear they are all red.
faroutman (12 Nov, 2012)
As a daily cycling commuter I agree with Trollolol. My bike and I weigh a combined 85 kg while your SUV alone weighs in around 2000 kg. A red light means proceed with caution and enter only if safe to do so. Depending upon the timing, a yellow light means yellow or green. It's judgement people, exercise your right.
Picard (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
There are four lights!
Enter 928 here: (21 Jan, 2014)
Geeky comment full of win!
333 (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
Look, if ALL lights are lit up at once, the light is broken. Otherwise, it doesn't matter which color it is, as long as position is right.
Phineas (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
PedestrIan. Also, who's left in the "normal" category? Pidgeons?
Passing on the right (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
Meet the passenger door of my car.
Justin (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
Yay!!! I sold another song!!!
4WheelsGood2WheelsBetter (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
Cyclist and Pedestrian should be switched. Cyclists tend to be ballsy but cautious. Pedestrians are clueless.
New Yorker (12 Nov, 2012) Reply
They all look like the one on the right to me...
bubba (13 Nov, 2012) Reply
Are pedestrans from Pedestra?
SpellingPolice (13 Nov, 2012) Reply
What the hell is a 'Pedestran'? Is that something like a pedestrian?
B1 (15 Nov, 2012) Reply
Yeah, I always blast through red lights on my bicycle because I don't have to worry about being hit by a car. They always pay the best attention and when it does happen, the consequences aren't severe at all. Also I don't run the risk of breaking my bones by so much as falling off my bicycle at regular speed.
You are liars (15 Jan, 2013) Reply
I'm a bike riding pedestran dog, and I swear all are blue, with the exception of the brown one, which is orange.
Az (17 Jun, 2013) Reply
People on bikes are jerks. If u are going to ride on the road, follow the rules. Quit running stop signs and red lights.