This Clover was gimping along at 10-15 MPH below the posted speed limit – and passed by two turn-outs, where he could have easily allowed the cars stacked up behind him to get by and then resumed his slow-mo’ pace. Of course, this he would not do. Clovers – by definition – won’t lift a finger to make things easier on their fellow motorists – but expect every other motorist to defer to them and their shit-driving ways. They’ll whine, What’s the hurry? After all, your time doesn’t matter to them.
The second Clover was worse, though:
This chocolate starfish also refused to pull off to let the cars stacking up behind him get by – despite several convenient places to do so. But what makes this guy an uber Clover is that he actively tried to thwart anyone who tried to pass him.
As we approached a passing zone, this magnifico rocked up to almost 70 MPH – more than 20 over the posted maximum – and at least 30 MPH faster than he’d been going moments before – in order to keep the other cars behind him from getting by. The Clover’s next move – well known to those who study this species – would have been to slow back down to 10-15 below the speed limit the moment the passing zone ended.
Clover says he hates “speeders” – except when the speeder is him.
Throw it in the Woods?
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