Invisible Driving Begins...

These are glory days for Invisible Driving. I’ve discovered the core position, The Empty Car. While performing The Empty Car I’m in the driver’s seat with feet on pedals in the normal arrangement but all of me above waist level is bent over, resting on the passenger’s seat. I have the mirrors set so that I can still see perfectly well but to all observers the car is unoccupied. It’s incredibly funny. We’re talking radnopolis funny. Impossible for me to pull this maneuver without cracking up into a squizzling, snerchified hysterical laughter. I laugh with a nervous, giddy delight at the sheer absurdity of it. I laugh with a childish delight at the outrageousness of it. I laugh with an anxious excitement, agitated by the risk. But I laugh most uncontrollably as I imagine the reactions of the passengers in the cars who see this apparition. The ghost car. This is my only regret, that I never get to hear the comments of the people who have this performance foist, and the foist shall be last and the last shall be foist, upon them. How does one react when one confronts the thing which cannot be?
ElLagarto ElLagarto
56-60, M
2 Responses Aug 4, 2007

Oh my God! A fellow invisible driver! You rascal you! Seeing an empty car speeding down the road is bad enough - but an empty 18-wheeler - head for the hills!!! You made my day.

As I have driven an 18 wheeler, I have actually been able to pull of a stunt kinda like that. It is much easier, because the vehicle is so much larger and it is easier to go unseen while still being up right and holding the wheel. Also easier to see their faces and laugh my butt off.