Driving in Lebanon as poetic justice

I’m writing this because the words need to come out somehow.

‘You silly driver. You annoyed the cars in all the lanes around you. From Sassine to Sodeco, all you did was creep from lane to lane. Honking with your breaks on fire. You bumped into a car and destroyed your mirror in the process.

And why was I able to witness all this?

Because I was driving in the same left lane for that whole 20 min. Didn’t budge. And guess what?

I reached the exact same left turn at the exact same time.’

I honked when I actually passed. Hoping that driver would have noticed. But I doubt it.

For now, I have to settle for a blog post. And the notion that poetic justice was served somehow.


About Reine Azzi

An instructor who teaches so many different courses at university! Best way to remain passionately challenged! I'm also the licensee, curator, and host of TEDxLAU which adds so much excitement to my life!
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