Truck and car crash barely miss cyclist gif
Geege Schuman stashed this in Best of Imgur
Stashed in: Russia, i don't know where to put it, but i like it, Russia and Friends, FAIL, gifs, ha!, Luck!, nonononoyes, Balloons!, @emilykatemoon, Suddenly..., woahdude, Awesome, Destiny, Interconnectedness!, holy smokes!, Never give up.
holy smokes!!! AMAZING! amazing that it was caught on film, too!
whoa! do you see the rear door swing open, over that woman, and then shut again? the car spun around her like it was doing a fancy pole-dance move, and that woman was the pole!!
the one in the middle was slow to move... and the door looks like it grazed her head. dang those people are lucky!!!
i wonder if they've gotten to see this video.
Yes, let's hear it for luck! You're right, that woman was the pole and the middle one was so slow.
Russia Man is starting to remind me of Florida Man.
And let's hear it for one of your favorite stashes:
no no no no yes!
Me too. They were made by a gif artist named Orbo aka imorbo aka orbojunglist.
He goes by many names. :)
man, this page is a hoot!!
I think so too. It's fun to pick the gems out of Reddit and Imgur pages!
it's amazing how close those near-hits are. makes me really wonder about synchronicity.
Is synchronicity about destiny or coincidences?
both, i guess.
"the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection."
But is that an indication of fate playing a role? Or just a cosmic coincidence?
i think it is drawing connections between events that renders them more important than coincidences.
i don't think it is as much fate as interconnection played out before our very eyes!
Wow, that's an awe inspiring concept!
we love interconnectedness in action!
We do. We truly do.
Only on Reddit do you see words paired thus: "Ironic decapitation"
Yes, that phrase is Reddit in a nutshell.
I think whatever it is, fate or coincidence, it is sure to trigger Final Destination scenarios in the future. :/ :)
Except that all of these people escaped, right?
That just means it's the beginning, not the end.
Oh, that's a really good point. It's not over till it's over.