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Melissa MoyerROQUE BLUFFS, ME – Two women got lost in Roque Bluff State Park where rescued by an off-duty firefighter only to drown minutes later when they accidentally drove their car into the ocean.

Melissa Moyer, 38, was in Maine from Pennsylvania to visit long-time friend, 37-year-old  Amy Stiner, who was five months pregnant. The two decided to go hiking at Roque Bluff State Park but ended up getting lost during a heavy storm.

It was getting dark, so Moyer called for help. The women were found by nearby landowner and member of Sunrise Search & Rescue, Wayne Hansom, who gave them rides back to his house on his ATV. Once there, a warden picked them up and dropped them off at their vehicle in the state park’s parking lot.

But what could have been one of those stories the women laughed about with friends turned disastrous when Stiner made a wrong turn. Police say heavy fog may have contributed to Stiner accidentally driving down a boat ramp and into the ocean.

“The end of the road becomes the boat landing and they just weren’t familiar with it,” Washington County Sheriff Donnie Smith said. “It was foggy and rainy and they literally drove off the boat landing right into the water. It’s just so easy to do.”

The women called 911 for help, stating the car was filling with water before the line went dead. An hour later search teams found the car 175 ft from shore. Both women and a dog were found in the backseat were they had drowned.

I have no doubt this was just a tragic accident caused by two tired individuals driving on a dark, foggy night in an area they were not used to, so I’m not going to crack any jokes about female drivers – especially since both of these women died horribly. But I will take this opportunity to give out some information that can be very, very useful to you.

If you are ever in a vehicle that is sinking into water, fuck the cell phone. Calling for help just wastes time and does nothing but let people know you are probably dead. Panicking is the leading factor in people drowning in a submerged car, so the first thing you need to do is unfasten your seat belt and immediately roll down a window to swim out of – even the electronic ones will work for several minutes in the water. Worse case, keep one of those cheap window breakers in the car.

Some will argue it’s best to wait until the car has submerged and settled before opening a window to swim out of, but I’d rather get out immediately instead of waiting to see just how far down the car is planning to sink.

Melissa Moyer and Amy Stiner

Amy Stiner and Melissa Moyer

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  • https://www.facebook.com/rellycakes Sharell Moore

    So sad.

  • https://www.facebook.com/rellycakes Sharell Moore

    So sad.

  • https://www.facebook.com/spitefulscorpio Kristin Short

    That’s some Final Destination shit right there.

  • https://www.facebook.com/spitefulscorpio Kristin Short

    That’s some Final Destination shit right there.

  • https://www.facebook.com/debi.keefe Debi Keefe

    This is like the third final destination sounding story I have heard this week weirdo…

  • https://www.facebook.com/debi.keefe Debi Keefe

    This is like the third final destination sounding story I have heard this week weirdo…

  • valannb22

    It’s like real life Final Destination!

  • JohnQknowitall

    Another really terrific idea is take a room at a motel/hotel when the fog is heavy. I feel for the women and their families, but tempting fate twice was a poor choice.

  • Texas Ranger

    Vans…they are instruments of Satan I tell you!

  • https://www.facebook.com/jnshughrue Jes Pipi Shughrue

    Yeah for sure. They seem to have not escaped death like they may have originally thought.

  • https://www.facebook.com/jnshughrue Jes Pipi Shughrue

    Yeah for sure. They seem to have not escaped death like they may have originally thought.

  • Kittyskyfish

    I saw this story on their local news site. It seems that when they got out of the parking lot, they made a mistake and took a right turn instead of a left, and that’s what got them into danger. The left turn would have taken the into town whereas the right takes them to the bay and the road is a literal straight-shot into the water – the road becomes an actual boat ramp. It’s not lit at all and fog would have hid the road and water’s edge.

  • https://www.facebook.com/blugrl302 Heather Van Horn

    MN is Minnesota not Maine. I was wondering where in the world this place was in Minnesota then saw that the ocean was involves and knew something was wrong.

  • https://www.facebook.com/blugrl302 Heather Van Horn

    MN is Minnesota not Maine. I was wondering where in the world this place was in Minnesota then saw that the ocean was involves and knew something was wrong.

  • arallyn

    At first I saw “MN” and “ocean” and was like “whoa do I live somewhere I thought I didn’t?” but I looked it up and it looks like I remember my address correctly and haven’t been telling people I live on the coast.

    …long story short MN is Minnesota, ME is Maine.

    Crazy ass shit goin on over there. I wonder if there’s even a guardrail before the water…or if it would have done any good.

  • https://www.facebook.com/ladypoppaea D Lisa Rand Kominek

    I was thinking the same thing, Final Destination. F’ing creepy.

  • https://www.facebook.com/ladypoppaea D Lisa Rand Kominek

    I was thinking the same thing, Final Destination. F’ing creepy.

  • Texas Ranger

    True…I have a feeling GPS may be at fault here. Anyone who relies on GPS above their own common sense…don’t need to be driving. We used to use these things called maps back in the day…you’d look at them and figure out your route, commit it to memory, and then get to your destination….the only irritating bitch -voice you hear is the wife’s.

  • https://www.facebook.com/ninaparrilla Nina Lise

    Maybe the boat ramp should have a reflective sign so it can be seen in the dark! Horrible

  • https://www.facebook.com/ninaparrilla Nina Lise

    Maybe the boat ramp should have a reflective sign so it can be seen in the dark! Horrible

  • sugarpie

    Horrible. That is all.

  • VenusDoom3

    You can also wait until the car is submerged and open the door, supposedly.

  • https://www.facebook.com/brent.hamm.52 Brent Hamm

    Wow..they got to the ocean fast from MN

  • https://www.facebook.com/brent.hamm.52 Brent Hamm

    Wow..they got to the ocean fast from MN

  • https://www.facebook.com/meaganwagner2009 Meagan Wagner

    Literally lol at your advice lol who the fuck calls for help when their drowning!? Omg

  • https://www.facebook.com/meaganwagner2009 Meagan Wagner

    Literally lol at your advice lol who the fuck calls for help when their drowning!? Omg

  • Vannessa

    I heard this on local radio news yesterday. I only caught part of it but they were calling it suspicious at first. Doesn’t seem very suspicious. I can’t believe that doesn’t happen more in this state…

  • https://www.facebook.com/jerome.hilliard.182 Jerome Hilliard

    You know who I feel bad for, the fire fighter. he musta really felt like he wasted his time and is probably currently questioning his stake in the universe.

  • https://www.facebook.com/jerome.hilliard.182 Jerome Hilliard

    You know who I feel bad for, the fire fighter. he musta really felt like he wasted his time and is probably currently questioning his stake in the universe.

  • Evan

    my favorite basketball of all time says “the ball don’t lie” and i think here it can be applied as well.

  • https://www.facebook.com/brian.martin.7982 Brian Martin

    Sometimes, it’s pre-ordained

  • https://www.facebook.com/brian.martin.7982 Brian Martin

    Sometimes, it’s pre-ordained

  • https://www.facebook.com/brian.martin.7982 Brian Martin

    Sometimes, it’s pre-ordained

  • BrittBrittRoss

    Good advice!

  • Bladenukem

    Bobbing at the bottom of the ocean, found in the woods months later or checking their Facebook status as the water slowly fills the car,this case just sounds like Darwinism at it’s best.

  • Jessica Stewart

    I’ve always heard not to wait until the car is submerged. You won’t be able to open a car door against the pressure, and if you open a window once the car is submerged, the water will come rushing in and prevent you from leaving the vehicle. I was always told the best idea is to roll the window down as soon as you realize you’re in water, and if the car isn’t sinking too fast, wait as the car fills with water, ’til you can swim out the window. Seems scary, but scientifically, it’s safer.

  • Hiearchy87

    C’mon people, let’s keep in mind that it was rainy, foggy, and they had a pretty exhausting shitty day. Yes I would laugh at them getting lost, but these people aren’t the average scum we laugh at every day on this site. This was a woman with a 5 month old fetus in her. Maybe cuz I’m knocked up I’m sensitive, but at that point she had a name for that baby. A room painted. Her husband lost his whole family over one mistake. PS I do appappreciate the PSA. Even in Iowa we have a big ass River this could happen to me in lol

  • Leasha

    Sorry, but a 5 month pregnant woman has no business fucking hiking. They both sound like twits considering all they did was call 911 and wait. Don’t try to get out or anything, just sit as the car fills with water, I’m sure an ambulance will arrive before you drown. /sarcasm. I know they died and it’s tragic and shit but if preggo hadn’t been out already risking her unborn child’s life in the first place this wouldn’t have happened. Call me arrogant, but I’m pretty sure I’d be able to feel and hear the difference between driving on a road and on a wooden deck.

  • Texas Ranger

    What doesn’t happen more?

  • Texas Ranger

    I saw on Top Gear UK that it is actually better to open your door and get the hell out as soon as you hit. It actually is harder to get out with the car full of water. I thought the same way, wait till pressure equalizes then open the door, but apparently that’s not always the best way.

  • ShelbySP

    Where I’m from, boat ramps are concrete and they don’t usually put pregnant women on bed rest/house arrest until the third trimester.

  • ~*V. von Schweetz*~

    Why wouldn’t there be a guardrail or something? This is all very tragic.

  • Spifftastic

    Risking her unborn child’s life by walking around a relatively flat park? I think pregnant people can walk. The rest may have been dumb but “hiking” certainly doesn’t always equate to mountain climbing.

  • https://www.facebook.com/whathefever Kalee Kajune

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  • https://www.facebook.com/whathefever Kalee Kajune

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  • Vannessa

    People driving into the water.

  • Mendi Mayhem

    That……totally sucks. I don’t get how they didn’t realize they were driving into water….even with the fog, she couldn’t tell that she was driving into water? I guess maybe it was high tide and they got grabbed by the water immediately, but it just seems weird to me. Also weird is how a road just turns into a launch ramp without warning. I’m thinking they should maybe invest in some lights on that ramp for situations like this. I feel really badly for those girls, trapped in a sinking car and scared as hell.

  • mainerparent

    Um, there is nothing dangerous about hiking when you are pregnant. It’s actually recommended. Unless she was on bed rest, she was in no way risking her baby’s life by hiking. Sheesh.

  • https://www.facebook.com/jerome.hilliard.182 Jerome Hilliard

    I bet that firefighter has gone all emo now. “Why should I save anybody, they’re just gonna die anyways. Everybody dies.”

  • https://www.facebook.com/jerome.hilliard.182 Jerome Hilliard

    I bet that firefighter has gone all emo now. “Why should I save anybody, they’re just gonna die anyways. Everybody dies.”

  • Evan

    i almost drove into the water kinda like that when i was about 18. yep i was drinking and driving – but almost went drinking and DIVING. I was driving and all of a sudden i said “hey why is everything black in front of me” and i slammed on the brakes. About 10′ from the water.

  • 18th40

    It’s not weird unfortunately. Driving in dense fog you literally don’t see anything until there’s something for your lights to reflect back. Even if they did manage to spot the water at the last second, traveling in a vehicle at a speed of 30 mph, the stopping distance is 75 feet, if the pavement was wet, that becomes 120 feet and once they hit the water it’s irrelevant anyway. In other words, they were in the ocean long before they had time to do anything about it.

  • 18th40

    Your balls talk to you Evan ?

  • Evan

    lol

  • Erik GameSix Martin

    That some final destination right there…..

  • Erik GameSix Martin

    My balls do not lie…. Unless they’re on a chin….

  • Hiearchy87

    Ok, I’m 6 months pregnant and work 45 hrs a week that requires me to be on my feet all day. What’s the difference between my 8-9 hr workday and a 2 hr hike? Not to mention they were found in the backseat. Pretty sure they weren’t driving from back there. Maybe, just maybe they were trying to escape?

  • Buffettgirl

    Well, it’s hard to outfit a Prius as a rape-mobile, there just isn’t enough room…

  • Buffettgirl

    You are getting tons of stalker love lately, what gives? ;)

  • https://www.facebook.com/joseph.dzencelowcz Joseph Dzencelowcz

    If U see Tony Todd dressed as a mortician, RUN O_o

  • https://www.facebook.com/joseph.dzencelowcz Joseph Dzencelowcz

    If U see Tony Todd dressed as a mortician, RUN O_o

  • 18th40

    Chin just called..said you’re nuts and to quit acting like a dick.

  • LuvsHorror

    Not very bright driving 30 down a heavily fogged road you are unfamiliar with.

  • 18th40

    Even at 20 miles an hour it takes 40 feet to stop, they had no chance without a barrier.

  • Texas Ranger

    on purpose?

  • Athena

    lolololol…

    I get arrogance and stupidity confused sometimes, too.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I won’t call you arrogant, but I will call you stupid for your remark about a 5 months pregnant woman going out for an easy hike.And I won’t call you stupid for your remark about the boat ramp, but I will call you ignorant and I will enlighten you that they drove down a boat RAMP, not onto a boat DOCK. A boat ramp is concrete and it slopes gently down into the water. It is a place for boats to pull up to and trailers hooked to vehicles are backed down into the water and the boat drives onto the trailer. We’ve had two accidents of this type in the area where I live in the last year so it isn’t unheard of. Both of those happened on clear nights and there was no alcohol or drugs involved. The first one killed a woman (no witnesses) and the second one killed a father and his son (tons of witnesses because it happened at a camp ground).

  • Eliza Berntsen

    That’s because he’s FABULOUS, honey.

  • midniteshadows

    ROFLMAO!!!! You know with all the rain we’re having might as well be an ocean.

  • midniteshadows

    OMFG! That’s just hysterical!

  • midniteshadows

    Best dialogue I’ve read in a while.

  • Buffettgirl

    I know! But look at how active my d-v stalker is being, it’s fun to mess with him/her/it…

  • CountVonPuttyTaten

    All I can say is that poor dog … They were probably pissing him off all day with their stupidity only to drown his furry ass for all his troubles

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    I think this is so sad all around and agree these girls had a shitty day that got shittier mostly due to bad weather. BUT…I can’t imagine WHY or what kind of boat ramp this is….(and mind you I live the eastern shore of Va and have the Bay on one side, and the sea on the other….and of any and all of those I can’t imagine why on earth they didn’t get out of that vehicle A.S.A.P.!!! Like as soon as they realize they were in water off a boat ramp why didn’t they throw the dog out a window and then themselves? If they had time to make a call why didn’t they react? Sad. And I guess since it didn’t happen to me I can’t truly say how fast the car filled up..but still….were they high or something? I say this with all due respect because I am a stoner to the core. But my reaction time is on point. They were having a really airheaded day that cost them their lives..

  • Opal

    Talk about some serious bad luck!
    I have one of those cheap window breakers in my car. It’s not likely I’ll ever drive into water, but you never know.

  • JohnQknowitall

    NO AUTOGRAPHS! Please.

  • mean birch

    Gps will lead you to hell via the evacuation route

  • https://www.facebook.com/QJordon Quintin Jordon

    Wrong U-turn — What a bitch….

  • https://www.facebook.com/QJordon Quintin Jordon

    Wrong U-turn — What a bitch….

  • mean birch

    Nose just called and said get your salty chocolate balls out of mouth. Mouth was too full to call……

  • mean birch

    Troll feeding?

  • 18th40

    So in the end you called her arrogant and ignorant……and yet you still sounded polite…you truly are amazing my owly friend.

  • Leasha

    Fuck you, that was my 2 cents. When the word hike is used I don’t think of a nice walk in the park, so fucking excuse me. Must be nice to be so superior to everyone.

  • Leasha

    And I’ll call you an asshole. My mistakes, no need for everyone to be fucking cunts about it. Jesus. Congrats on being so perfect and smart, everyone, I’m sure bashing on me makes you feel better about yourselves.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Whoa, parnder! Asshole and cunts? That’s some might strong language. Guess you need to mosey on back a step an see who started this little brawl. You jumped on a woman totally unknown to you about taking a perfectly normal and fine hike while she was pregnant and then you had some comprehension issues regarding a boat deck vs. a boat ramp. I was rather mean in calling you stupid for the first remark but there was noting wrong with me calling your ignorant about the deck vs. ramp issue. There is othing nothing wrong with being ignorant on a subject, it just means you need further information to be educated about the subject. Stupid is another story, but maybe I should have given you the benefit of the doubt and assumed you were ignorant about pregnant people as well. Honestly, it was hard to give you a benefit of a doubt because you came across as a judgmental mean spirited bitch yourself in your original comment. *shrugs*

  • LeaveMeBe

    Whoooo, me? Why thank ya, kind sir. I have my moments.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    In my neighborhood, roads don’t end in boat ramps.. I’d assume that’s disconcerting. But come on, calling 911 instead of trying to gtf out of the car?

  • http://www.krashthrills.wordpress.com/ Anthony Mandich

    This story hurts my heart.

  • Jessie

    I actually agree with you somewhat Leasha. I have family that live near where this happened. You have to be either stupid or drunk to drive down a boat ramp into the water, even in the dark. I’m not from around those parts either but I know how they have boat ramps at the end of streets that go directly into the water. They should have been paying closer attention, driving slower. Tragic- yes, stupid- YES. And more pregnant women SHOULD be out hiking. It’s important. It’s also important to not be stupid.

  • Jessie

    Their numbers were up that day. Destiny came for them. RIP. Always a great idea to go hiking in a heavy storm, girls.

  • Jessie

    Unless she forgot to check the weather report before she left and risked her life and the baby’s by hiking in a heavy storm.

  • Jessie

    You people all seem to have missed the “heavy storm” part of the story. These girls should have known better.

  • Athena

    Moderate exercise (like hiking) is perfectly healthy for a normal pregnancy at that stage. In fact, pregnant women are recommended to get at least half an hour of moderate exercise every day. So, funny way to spend your $.02. There are pregnant women out there getting drunk, smoking meth, hanging out with abusive assholes, and you want to rag on the ones getting some exercise. LMAO.

  • 18th40

    Risked her and the baby’s life hiking in a heavy storm ? How do you know they didn’t check the weather report and it didn’t turn out the way it was forecast ? I read the news report and looked up a couple of different reports on the story and it says there was some rain and fog, which last time I check wasn’t life threatening as far as hiking goes. Aside from that, they got through whatever weather they were hiking in, so what’s your point ?

    And I see below that you’ve stated that while you don’t live there, they had to have been stupid or drunk to drive off the ramp, and yet the sheriff of that county, who lives there, is quoted as saying, “it’s easy to do, as soon as I got the call I knew what happened”. Two women died in tragic and unfortunate circumstances, that’s all that happened. Nobody was ‘risking their lives’ and if you consider that risking their lives, you need to get out more.

  • Athena

    Don’t dish it out if you can’t take it, honey. You walked in being a catty, judgmental bitch, but somehow expected a response that would somehow be less catty, less judgmental, and less bitchy?

    If anything, you seem to be taking issue with us not being better than you, lol.

  • 18th40

    I’m knitting you a sweater, do you prefer the clown from ‘It’ or just a generic style horror clown ? Maybe something John Gacyish ? Oh and get me CT’s size as well.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    hey should have been paying closer attention, driving slower.

    It was foggy, you twit.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    I almost drove into a lake once. The lake was flooded, and the road went by the lake, and there was not ONE single sign saying the road was ending in a lake, and there was a hill before the lake-road. Scary shit.

  • Vannessa

    It’s crossed my mind.

  • Texas Ranger

    “Its crossed your mind” or “its crossed YOUR mind”?

  • Andyman

    Meh.. I kind of hear you. BUT – WTF was a 5 month pregnant woman doing this to begin with? The risk reward sensor wasn’t working properly IMHO.

  • Andyman

    Or was hanging out with another bimbo who can’t drive or didn’t know directions to/from where she was.

  • Hiearchy87

    Please see my post below. 5 months pregnant =/= bed rest or in any way incapacitated.

  • Andyman

    I saw your post. Just don’t see the value in doing that. Bet her husband agrees..

  • Jus Dewit

    Morbid is right-when your car is sinking, your cell phone at most will only help in notifying people where you died. Recently a mother and infant daughter here wound up with their car in a small pond. The woman was yelling on her cell phone the whole time to 911, asking for help. Even 911 failed her, because they should have directed her in the steps she needed to take to get her child and herself out of there. Instead, 2 witnesses tried in vain to break her window until the car sank. Both mother and child died and it shouldn’t have happened like it did.

  • Spifftastic

    I think you may have missed the “The rest may have been dumb but…”

    Her claim was that pregnant people have no business walking in a flat park and that is what I responded to. I did not miss a thing but you may have.

  • Hiearchy87

    Ok I guess I’m missing exactly Wtf you aren’t getting? How is it soooo risky going HIKING? I really don’t understand it.Maybe you have to have been pregnant to understand that walking isn’t risky. Maybe later in pregnancy, but not at 5 months. Also, as other posters have pointed out, the weather did not warn of storms. Hiking is completely beside the point tho, being how she did NOT die while hiking. She died because they took one wrong turn and ended up driving under really shitty circumstances. I get lost on an almost daily basis. I just am directional impaired. I understand that and make sure to alot extra time for it. Does that mean if I should drive in the fog, down a dark road, and into the Mississippi tomorrow that I deserve people being judgemental about one simple mistake? Again, please explain the risk involved with the actual choice she made? To go hiking…. wow, how stupid of her.

  • Hiearchy87

    A bimbo? For taking one wrong turn. Again, as someone who takes many wrong turns and lives to tell the take, I think that you are an ass.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    How does taking a wrong turn equate sluttiness? I’m not seeing any correlation between the two.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Working is fine. BUT YOU BETTER NOT DRIVE ANYWHERE NEAR WATER… or during a HEAVY STORM. or when it MIGHT storm.

    you bimbo.

  • DeweyCheatam

    What makes you think she’s married? Kind of presumptuous isn’t it?

  • Andyman

    Agreed. How stupid of her. Lol. Thanks for getting all worked up over it though.

  • Hiearchy87

    See I personally am not married, been with the same man for seven years, and do refer to him as my husband. It used to be because crazy old women at my work would be all uppity and shit when I referred to my boyfriend while I was pregnant with our son. Such is the Midwest tho. Now, I think it’s my right to call him my husband lol. 7 years of this and I deserve a little something. So I know you were talking to Andyman but I thought I’d explain my side too.

  • Hiearchy87

    Dammit, was hoping you’d say that I better quit working and you’d pay me to upvote all your amazing comments. Shit, it’s raining… Guess I’d better get in- *gurgle gurgle gurgle* “911? Uh ya, I’m gna need a….” (PS as a fellow Heather, I heart your comments)

  • OverlyObvious

    Stupidity at its finest go hiking at 730 pm?….almost dark? Prego? Absolutely dumb! Then turns wrong ways hello WTF? Don’t remember what way you turned into parking lot? Worst yet. Then how fast were they driving in this “heavy rain and fog” to go out 175 ft in water.. not easy to tread water. I say survival of the strong. And when it comes to the gene pool in this case drivers was a shallow one! And make a call… come on calm enough to pick up phone and dial. How about just get the @#@% out of the van. One word domes the whole damn thing up IDIOTS!

  • Jessie

    Which is exactly why they shouldn’t have been out hiking, you twerp.

  • Jessie

    My bad.

  • Jessie

    She lived there. She was FROM there. She should KNOW this. She must have been stupid or drunk to make a wrong turn and drive into the water at 30mph. Period. The sheriff didn’t say “Shit, I do that all the time!” No- he knew a stupid woman had driven off the ramp again.

  • Vanessa Robertson

    I’m not sure there are a lot of hotel/motels on park poperty. They still would have had to drive there, and they probably still would have driven the wrong way and accidentally off the boat ramp.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Some parks do, but why take a chance in the fog? Why didn’t they ask to be escorted out of the park by rescuers. Didn’t they know as hikers to check weather reports?

  • Baeta_Mordred

    Reading DD often makes me never want to leave my house. (except the fact I’m not safe there either, serial killers and random shit catching on fire!)

  • Erik GameSix Martin

    I just hope she swallows

  • kimbev69

    so they just followed that road all the way to the end and just drove in .. wtf? i mean they were obviously doomed..and it was obviously there time…wait was the blond driving?

  • kimbev69

    i got lost in a state park once…i ended up five miles from the park and when i came out on a road with houses on it i was pretty shocked..asked a person where the parking area was .. he laughed and said what parking area….turns out i was in a lake community 5 miles before the park…i followed a stupid trail thinking it would lead me back into the park…funny ending though..i live in that lake community now…crazy

  • CatAtonic99

    Or wear heels…

  • CatAtonic99

    I have one too. Pretty sure I’ll forget to use it when/if I really need it though :/
    As a matter of fact, it’s probably in my trunk. lol A lot of good THAT does.

  • 18th40

    One day you should just list out the ways you almost haven’t killed yourself, I’m sure it wouldn’t take long.

  • DeweyCheatam

    Many years ago I lived in the bible belt, and worked in a place where there were a lot of old, fat, conservative, women, and they seemed to enjoy fussing over what I considered very minor things (I was young, and pretty wild). Initially I’d try to discuss things with them, explain my view of things, but after a while I just started doing shit to provoke them and tried to keep them all riled up. :)

  • LeaveMeBe

    Why in the hell would you knit me a sweater? I live in TEXAS.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Oh shut your piehole and go back into your bubble, you twit. If you think hiking with a chance of rain is dangerous, you shouldn’t be allowed out in public. Or on the Interwebz. FFS! Stuff it already.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I want to lick your feet. <3

  • 18th40

    Because if I tell you it’s a blow-up clown doll, you’ll never open it…geeeezzz.

  • LeaveMeBe

    WTF? I don’t need a blow up doll of any kind! You’re getting in deep here, mister.

  • 18th40

    Not that kind of doll… exactly what kind of person do you think I am ??

    Don’t answer.

  • LeaveMeBe

    You SAID blow-up doll. What other kinds of blow-up dolls are there?

  • 18th40

    Well now how come these are the only types you’re familiar with ?

  • LeaveMeBe

    Bachelorette parties. And that’s all I’m saying.

  • LeaveMeBe

    And quit trying to side track me. What other kinds of blow-up dolls are there?

  • 18th40

    I didn’t try and side track you ! You were the one that said you were working bachelorette parties and talking all soft and low to blow-up dolls …or something like that. Who was at these parties ? I bet Athena was there too wasn’t she ?

  • LeaveMeBe

    I give up.

  • Jessie

    xoxoxox

  • Jessie

    Or if you’re an idiot.

  • Jessie

    Amen. Amen. Amen. That’s all I’m sayin. Evolution at its finest.

  • Jessie

    Good thing you’re not an idiot or you’d be dead!

  • Jessie

    That explains a lot.

  • DeweyCheatam

    I clicked on this video just to get an idea, and maybe be prepared in case my car ever went into the water. But when I saw how unbelievably fast the car filled with water, it turned my stomach. omg.

    http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/blog/2013/08/01/video-live-action-escape-from-a-sinking-vehicle/index.html

  • LeaveMeBe

    Don’t be hatin’. :)

  • LeaveMeBe

    Keep your filthy mouth and paws off of me.

  • shanshanity

    That was my first thought!!

  • newstarshipsmell

    ROFL, you idiot, if you knew anything at all about actual evolutionary theory, you would understand that things like driving automobiles through fog and roads that turn into boat landings are all far too recent in human civilization to have any fitness-based selective pressure on the gene pool.

  • newstarshipsmell

    Corn?

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Did you miss the part about how it was on the other side of a hill? No signs or anything?

    You seem to miss a lot. Maybe you should take a reading comprehension course from a place like Sylvan.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Someone let you have an internet connection at the state hospital…. so you might wanna rethink judging other people’s decisions, as clearly you don’t make your own.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    omg. wtf. I need to send you a message LOL

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Right? I’ve got car accidents, illnesses, falls, electrocution and pissing off my abusive ex boyfriend all under my belt.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Blasphemy!

  • Heather_Habilatory

    You… shouldn’t … hike… when it’s foggy??? Omfg. Your world must be so enclosed. So little. So boring.

    No wonder you’re a raging thundercunt with a superiority complex.

  • Jessie

    I read that part. And I said its a good thing you’re not an idiot or you’d be dead. Understand? These girls were idiots and they are dead. A poor fetus and dog also lost their lives because of their stupidity. I have a graduate degree from an accredited university, thank you.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    I can’t afford to pay people to like all my comments! I talk too fuckin much. ;)

  • Jessie

    Excuse me but stupidity has been weeded out of the gene pool for many many millennia. I’m not talking about cars, fool. I’m talking about stupidity. You might be next.

  • Jessie

    xoxoxox my empathy gene is only reserved for animals and small helpless children. stupid adults can take a flying leap.

  • Jessie

    :-0 My friends call me KILLER KUNT. That is also my wrestling name.

  • Heather_Habilatory
  • LeaveMeBe

    HODOR!!!

  • newstarshipsmell

    Hahaha! If that were true, why’s there no shortage of stupid people, people like yourself?

  • newstarshipsmell

    Well come on, obviously hos took a wrong turn in life somewhere, generally speaking.

  • CatAtonic99

    Figured I better throw out some more “DANGERS” :)

  • angie

    I am very sorry for the loss of these 2, well 3, lives, but.. I can’t help myself and I have to say… How dumb do you have to be!!! Why would a pregnant woman have put herself in such a situation??

  • Beatrix S.L

    “Some will argue it’s best to wait until the car has submerged and settled before opening a window to swim out of, but I’d rather get out immediately instead of waiting to see just how far down the car is planning to sink.”

    Well good luck with fighting the water pressure. The reason EXPERTS say you need to wait for the car to fill with water is so that pressure equalizes and you can actually swim out. How do you think you’re going to get out a window while water is just pouring in with major force?

    What you should do is keep your seatbelt ON so that the water doesn’t knock you into your backseat, when the water pressure equalizes so you can get out.

  • Malodorous

    Hate to nitpick (well, actually, I love to, but you know that already) but it technically isn’t electrocution unless it actually kills you.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    My arm STILL tingles to this day.