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Desc:A passing parade of puffy scrub crossing a highway at night.
Category:Nature & Places, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:driving, night, tumbleweed, dashcam, tumbleweeds
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:02/21/14
Views:1170
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Comment count is 10
Adham Nu'man
It's really clever to have the person with the crippling phobia do the driving.
James Woods
Does anyone else get nine different videos of a hissing black cat recommended after this?

TheOtherCapnS
He really missed a great opportunity by not acting like the tumbleweeds were attacking him when he took them off the car.
Accidie
My thoughts exactly.

Old_Zircon
As someone who's dated a few women with full blown phobias I understand why he didn't (but he definitely thought of it).

yogarfield
That and not having her drive a few more miles, I need more phases of mania. I can't masturbate to this at ALL.

And um, is this north Texas?

sasazuka
To be fair, as someone not living in a tumbleweed part of the continent, once those tumbleweeds start getting bigger than a basketball, it does look pretty alarming, as though they're some kind of animal you can't avoid hitting.

Also, tumbleweed aren't sagebrush. The boyfriend/husband/whatever knows nothing of botany.
fluffy
One time I was driving across Texas and out of nowhere came a tumblweed that had to have been 5-6 feet tall. It didn't have a "stem" so much as a *trunk*. And it hit my side mirror and destroyed it.

That guy
For the integrated captions.
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