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Thread: The motorists prayer...........Why?

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    Default The motorists prayer...........Why?

    I was in a car the other day. Happens sometimes. Motorists prayer on the dashboard. I have seen this fascinating motoring addition. Very handy in cabs? Imagine jumping into a cab and off goes the meter. Your paying and the car isnt moving. You hear slow muttering and look at the driver and he is reciting his motorists prayer. He would in fact be right because you dont just leave a prayer on the dash. Nope you must recite a prayer. Otherwise its no fuckin good to you is it? I mean imagine driving along a freeway and all of a sudden two massive artics are coming towards you. Nowhere to go. Break? go off the road to the side and stop? Whoever thought of such a thing. Nope , you recite your motorists prayer. Youll be fine. Like binoculars for the blind.

    the motorcyclist prayer book?
    Westside.
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    U might think differently if u were the guy with no where to go when the artic was comming. Some thing or someone saved. Me Was getting night mares for 2 years after it.
    Last edited by nibb; 18-06-15 at 09:57.
    Pull up your trousers it's all over

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibb View Post
    U might think differently if u were the guy with no where to go when the artic was comming. Some thing or someone saved. Me Was getting night mares for 2 years after it.
    Well all I can say is it wasnt me driving that artic. So you read the motorists prayer as it came towards you? Did you feel relaxed and calm? In a more peaceful place (apart from the hospital?). Did the good lord come down and slam on those fuckin breaks nibb? Something obviously happened cause your here typing.

    well done though,
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    PS you should take tombo for a spin someday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibb View Post
    U might think differently if u were the guy with no where to go when the artic was comming. Some thing or someone saved. Me Was getting night mares for 2 years after it.
    The artic driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    The artic driver?
    lol hahhahahhaha

    nice one.
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    http://www.st-christopher-medal.com/...er-protect.htm

    There you are. Say a prayer to Saint Christopher, and even if you are unfit to drive you finger up your arse you will be safe on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    http://www.st-christopher-medal.com/...er-protect.htm

    There you are. Say a prayer to Saint Christopher, and even if you are unfit to drive you finger up your arse you will be safe on the road.
    and you have time to read all that when an accident happens? Just as well there isnt a babies prayer isnt it? I wouldnt be here at all.

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    Saint Drogo (1105-1185), is the patron saint of those whom others find repulsive.

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    Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of escorts.

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    St. Anthony of Padua is the Patron of Lost Causes. However, many suggest he is more importantly the patron of lost souls.

    I frequently have been a lost soul; usually because of poor directions from escorts.

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