I experienced this first hand -_- chettinad mutton khumbuzu and chicken bhariyaniOnly if you know what the staff mean by "hot"
There are plenty of Indian dishes that aren't "hot" at all. But the chef might be from a region where "mild" means "90% ghost peppers and 10% meat", compared with "hot" meaning "99% ghost peppers and 1% meat".
I once managed to convince a rude driver to rear end the car he was following. He was only doing 10 mph, so I'm sure no one was physically injured. It took all my will power, sitting next to him at the red light, not to burst out laughing....
For the highbeams, I usually adjust my side mirrors so that they point directly back at the offender. If they're just clueless, that usually wakes them up. If they're rude, then they get bothered by high beams in their face and pass. Either way, it works.
I had one stupid woman tailgate me in stop and go traffic, she was literally inches from my rear bumper for over half an hour, I was driving a stick shift, and was having to make sure that I instantly applied gas to move forward without rolling back even a couple of inches each time traffic moved, I got so fed up after the hundredth time, that when traffic started to move forward again, I just let off my clutch and allowed my car to roll back a few inches so that our cars bumped, that's how close she was staying to me. She got the message and backed off.I once managed to convince a rude driver to rear end the car he was following. He was only doing 10 mph, so I'm sure no one was physically injured. It took all my will power, sitting next to him at the red light, not to burst out laughing.
Oh dear. It appears I've already shared this story.
And after going through that thread, I'm surprised that "driving styles" isn't a banned topic. :tongue:
That was just posted: https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=4710379&postcount=6
Perhaps I should change my avatar to the right part of that image?
(And don't ask me what I see on the left, or I will have to ban myself).