To make matters worse, there is a Bowl game in Atlanta tomorrow night, which means not one, but two sets of out-of-town team fans. This year's Chick-Fil-A Bowl is hosting Florida State and South Carolina. Today alone, I have experienced four separate horrendous drivers, all courtesy of Florida State fans:
- I was cut off by an FSU fan who decided to turn right from the left lane.
- I was stuck behind an FSU fan on a major road by my office who decided to come to a dead stop in the middle of a busy street while at a green light.
- Another FSU fan decided to drive in the left lane on the highway going a whopping 45 mph.
- While in a parking lot in a busy shopping plaza after work (hooray for half days before holidays), I witnessed an FSU fan put their right blinker on only to turn into a spot that was on the left.
|This is how I identify the bad drivers.|
I'm assuming that because South Carolina fans were just here to witness their team get stomped in the SEC Championship game not even a month ago that they have learned how to drive in Atlanta, because I didn't have any run-ins with them this time around.
Because I am a Gator fan and therefore you might think I am biased, but please be reassured that I complain about every visiting fan who gets in my way on the road. It just so happens that I decided to start a blog right before FSU fans invaded the roads of my city. So tomorrow night, while I spend my New Year's Eve at the bowl game (yes, I am that awesome of a fiancé to go to a game that my team isn't playing in), I will be rooting for it to be over and done with so that I can go on my jolly way and reclaim the roads of Atlanta and only have to deal with the awful local drivers.
I hope everyone has a super awesome New Year!