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As I was driving around in my car today it came to my attention that the cities of Fargo, West Fargo, and Moorhead hate everyone and want to punish you with potholes to death.
Why they would want to punish us or my car is confusing. They want people to leave the state even faster? My car didn’t do anything to any of these cities so why the hate? That is the question everyone needs answered.
Every street I drove on and I mean EVERY SINGLE STREET, there were potholes everywhere that wanted to kick me and my car’s ass. Below is what I literally felt like driving around town.
Every turn, every lane, there was disaster waiting for me. “Alright I’m going to be smart about this and get into another lane. Dang…gotta turn here, ahhh dammit! Pothole right after the turn. There goes my strut! Better get into the other lane. Ahhh dammit! Didn’t see that pothole because the car in front of me. There goes my tire! Going to pass this car here to get away from the po….dammit! Another pothole in between lanes! There goes my entire underside! I’m going to just close my eyes the rest of the way home.” Any bump or crash will just be another pothole I told myself.
I finally arrived home with a mangled car that resembled nothing of its former self and I have the cities of West Fargo, Fargo, and Moorhead to thank.