So me and my friends were walking past a store at 11:30 when i was in 7th grade it was a couple of months before July so there was some firework stands open so i bought some Sparklers and one lone cop pulled up he was kinda okay i whispered To the guy next to me that i about to pee my pants (me being 13 at the time) the cop looks right at me and says you look nervous do you have... Read More »
Jesus broke the law. So did George Washington. You did, too, and we want to hear about it.
Speeding on foot
A few years back while I was in high school my computer at home was really messed up and we had no internet. So I always had to go to the public library after school to get my work done. Also, I had no car so I had to walk there. One day, I started running to the library a few minutes after I got home. While on the main road in my town, I heard a car behind me pull off the side of the road. For some reason I looked back and it was a cop pulling over. No houses nearby and no one else around, I stopped out of curiosity. He got out of his car and asked me to come over to him. Having no reason to be guilty of anything I willingly complied. He asked me where I was coming from, to which I said "over by the school", which was true since my house was over there. "Why were you running?" and I said "I need exercise and want to get over to the library quickly". Being a teen, I wasn't believed. He then put me up against the car and did a quick search and let me go on my way. So in all, I got pulled over and harassed by a cop for speeding... on foot. I guess this is what happens for being the only good kid in public.
C Rose |
One time I was with a few friends and we were off to go smoke a joint. We went onto this trail in the woods that had the occasional jogger or dog walker but nothing to bad. We smoke the first joint but see someone walking a dog farther down the path coming towards us so we bail. Later we cant decide wether or not to come back but end up making a huge loop and returning to the... Read More » same spot as before. The girl we were with began to roll a joint and I see what appears to be 2 older men farther down the path. (The path had a bend that you could not see around, you could only see people if they were very far down the winding path or if they were 5 feet in front of you nothing in between) I tell my group about these 2 old guys but we figure that we should just finnish up and then leave. As the turn the bend however my heart stops as it is 2 police officers in full uniform walking towards us. They begin to ask us our names and where we live and such and we thought we were done for. That was until the game changer, the police man begins to tell us a stolen iphone had been tracked to our location! After questioning us and asking to search are bags where my friend had over 10 grams they decided to let me and my friends go except for the one who stole the phone. We practically sprinted after we turned the bend and it was the scariest experience of out lives.
This is a story of when I first moved to Austria. I lived in the outer edge of town, and often walked just outside the boarder to catch a train back into the city because THAT was faster. The suburban area was really quiet at night and I felt really free when I'd be coming home at 3am or whatever, so I would often take little shortcuts and walk through places that weren't meant... Read More » for pedestrians. One night's morning, I'm unbelievably fucked up and I decide to walk on the tram tracks. 3am, no trams for a few more hours. Now, these tracks didn't share the road, so they were literally just tracks and I would practice my balance while listening to music. This one time I saw the classic police lights, which prompted me to look around to see what's going on. Sure enough, a police car was gently coasting along the road and the driver waived me over. He said, in dialect, "Are you bored?" but I didn't understand at the time, so I replied "Sorry, my German isn't so strong. What does that mean?". He replied with an Arnold Scharzenegger English, "In Austria, this is not allowed!" and he slammed the gas pedal and blew right through the next intersection - right through a red light. I walked on the sidewalk ever since. I'm also wondering if I should post this under "WTF".
Jack Richardson |
When I was a junior in highschool randomly we would organize a fight club right after school. We would always get a huge crowd formed into a circle. One time the cops came and everyone ran off. I ran to a street a few blocks away with my friend. We thought we were in the clear, a cop drove up from behind and began talking to us. After a few minutes he messaged in on his radio "... Read More »I think I found the suspects". Me and my friend were extremly confused since we did nothing. He asked me to take off my jacket, I asked "why" he said "look kid we know you have the snake". I looked at my friend extremely confused. So I took off my jacket and he searched me, he than asked "wheres the snake" we were so confused. After he took all of our info down he let us go. It turns out the same time fightclub was going on two people robbed the pet store, they stole a snake. Apparentely we looked exactly like the suspects.
Hayden Nicholson |
My friends and I bought a hookah around October, and being the fine, upstanding citizens that we are, we only smoke it outside, and not in our dorms, exactly twenty feet away from the door to our building. Now we, being college students, also love bud, and have been known to occasionally put some mary-j in our bowl along with the shisha. We've always gotten away with this, as... Read More » the fruity smell of the hookah tobacco covers up the weed stank. Now, our campus has "campus safety officers" that ride around campus at night on these weird-ass three wheeled segways, making sure that there is no wrong-doing on campus during the dark, cold hours here in Minnesota. One of these officers in particular, who shall henceforth be referred to as "Oaf," has nearly caught my friends and I smoking weed on multiple occasions. So a couple of nights ago, we decided to load up the hookah, and having no house parties to go to with it, are left outside in the cold Minnesota winter smoking the hookah. After about twenty minutes, the bowl is nice and rolling, and fruity clouds of smoke are drifting away from us on the chilling breeze; and as quickly as they are blowing away from us, a figure on a segway is rolling towards us. Oaf. We instantly know that we could very possibly land in some deeeep shit, but we decide to play it cool. "Evening boys. Isn't it a bit cold to be outside with that contraption?" "Well, uh, we don't think so. We kinda like it." "Y'know, when I was in college, I took a trip to Egypt over the summer, and I smoked one of those. Do you fellas mind if I take a draw?" Well, of course we minded! Oaf was going to catch us red-handed if he tasted weed in the bowl, and we would wind up in a heap of trouble. But, before we can say anything, Oaf grabs one of our hoses and takes a GIGANTIC draw. It has to have lasted at least ten seconds. After exhaling his smoke, he just tells us "Wow. That's a really nice, strong flavor. You guys have a good night now," and then he scooted away. I still can't believe we got away with it, and I'm sure Oaf had a fantastic rest of his evening, as we did ours.
Thomas Buan |
I had just gotten my real license 3 weeks earlier (after 6 months of a learners permit) and was out driving to my friend's house. I was in a quiet residential area out of the way, so I figured it would be fine to break the speed limit by about 10-15 mph since there were surely no cops around. But sure enough, I blazed past a police car, all the while doing 40 in a 25. There go... Read More » the lights and the siren. Something impulsive spurred me to take evasive action, or perhaps knowing I would have to go to court for an under-18 speeding ticket, I decided to quickly take the next right onto a residential street. I pulled into some random driveway, turned off the car and the headlights, and slouched down in my seat. I had a decent lead on the police car and by the time it caught up, I just looked like another empty Honda sedan parked in white collar suburbia. The cruiser flew past me in pursuit of a nonexistent speeder, while I sat in some stranger's driveway and waited for the near-heart attack to subside.
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