Apparently, women being a bad driver are not an exaggeration. She drove alright but in the wrong direction and on the wrong side of the road.
This little kid is not getting candy while going home. He threw the rock in the wrong direction and ouch, that did hurt a lot!
Nobody can really tell what’s on this guy’s mind when he suddenly grabs on to a suspended contraption on a cable, swinging towards his impending doom. He’s either really dumb, or he’s just super enthusiastic about making funny videos.
One Thing Music Video by Wrong Direction. Produced by Aaron Lawless. Performed by Aaron Lawless, Brendan Traynor, Sean Thornton, Shane Thornton and Stephen Lally. Shooting of the video took place at Dundalk Institute of Technology. I dont own any rights to the audio used in this video.
The guitarist was busking,(playing music or performing entertainment in a public place) and this kid came up to him asking him to play Passenger's song "The Wrong Direction" with him. The result is pretty amazing.
kojo actually thinks giving fat people wrong direction is actually a good source of exercise
This experiment of dropping an egg to find out whether it will break ends in a big fail as the egg pops out and a dog gallops it after smashing it.
One might complain the traffic police is being a little too passionate but on the other hand it’s a good thing. For people like him, public stays safe.
As the weather gradually warms up, it’s the perfect time of year to take a trip. Whether you’re going to the beach or to a baseball game, you no longer have to worry about fumbling with your map - 1or having the wrong directions.
A new partnership between Mapquest and OnStar is making it possible to download driving directions directly into your car. All you have to do is log onto www.mapquest****, and hit the “Send to OnStar” link after typing in your destination. It will then send the directions to your car, eliminating the need to print out the directions. OnStar’s Turn-by-Turn Navigation will then get you to your destination with GPS guided voice prompts. Another innovative feature of this system is that it can save up to five destinations at a time, all of which can be retrieved from your car whenever you want.
Once in your car, all you have to do is press the white OnStar button and say “virtual advisor” and then select one of the five destinations. If you stop along the way at a friend’s house or a gas station, the system automatically recalculates and resumes where it left off.
A pilot program for select OnStar subscribers will begin in the summer of 2007.
Produced for General Motors
Look in the wrong direction.