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Every time I lick a frog or two.

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ZonkeyBalls 1 year ago

In response to “Every time I lick a frog or two.

Hey, I should try that! Maybe that way I can have their road-crossing abilities transferred to me. I heard it tastes like chicken.

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primeiro 1 year ago

In response to “Hey, I should try that! Maybe that way I can...

Chicken tastes like a frog, that has been driven over by a platoon of Neptunian megaharvesters.

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ZonkeyBalls 1 year ago

In response to “Chicken tastes like a frog, that has been...

That sounds a lot more accurate.

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primeiro 1 year ago

In Madeira, sometimes. But in Lisbon? No way. I like being alive and most people here have no respect whatsoever for the pedestrians.

For example, here the traffic lights normally takes some time to change. There's a period of like 5-10 seconds that both the traffic lights for the cars and the people stay red. When the lights turn red for the cars (in the bigger roads), they normally speed up, instead of slowing down (and many of them end up passing when it's green for the people). And if someone tries to pass the road (not on the crosswalk), they speed up too. No way I'm doing that here. Passing in the crosswalk with the traffic lights it's already dangerous enough.

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Sofia 1 year ago

In response to “In Madeira, sometimes. But in Lisbon? No way...

Interesting, for some reason I imagined that traffic in Lisbon would be more disciplined. We Brazilians always tend to think that they have it better in more developed parts of the world, but apparently drivers in Lisbon can be just as disrespectful as some can be around here. But this isn't surprising, since it's all the same humankind anyway.

I may have crossed the road impatiently a couple of times, but that's already more than my shame allows me to admit. :P

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primeiro 1 year ago

In response to “Interesting, for some reason I imagined that...

In Madeira it's not that unusual to see people crossing the roads - it tends to be calm there.

Lisbon is exactly as I expected. Roads with three, four lanes tend to be like this, but the ones with two lanes are more manageable.

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Sofia 1 year ago

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I saw streets with 3 lanes in my trip to Oklahoma. Playing the frog there is next to impossible, and just pisses everyone off, including the amphibian-wannabee (that is, if he/she/it doesn't die).

I also live in a calm place (it's an island too - Ilha do Governador, that belongs to the city of Rio de Janeiro) where it's not stressful to cross the streets. My street has little to no movement. Of course, if you go to the relatively more movimented streets and try to cross it Frogger-style rather than at least waiting for the vehicles to stop, that's another story. :P

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primeiro 1 year ago

Not since drivers started thinking they'd get points for hitting me.

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JustJimColo 1 year ago

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They didn't get the memo with the game rules.

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primeiro 1 year ago

Well I think that's just another day in NYC

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TomboyJanet 1 year ago

In response to “Well I think that's just another day in NYC

It must be fun, then. (xp)

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primeiro 1 year ago

Well I tried and people don't normally let me.

When I walk to my daughters house I have one busy road that is nearly impossible for people to cross. Last time I went to visit, I had someone hold up traffic so I could get across

I really had my heart set on crossing frogger style (hehe)

🦋

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Lil_Princess 1 year ago

In response to “Well I tried and people don't normally let...

As good as their intention are, they don't realize that they're just ruining the fun. (hehe)

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primeiro 1 year ago

In response to “As good as their intention are, they don't...

I know right...I walked 2 miles for nothing (hehe)

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Lil_Princess 1 year ago

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