MME Wave?

mkhuffman

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I definitely do this. I was passing another MME and slowed down to wave at her. She looked alarmed and then I gave her a thumbs up and I think she then realized why I was behaving like an idiot because she smiled and waved back.

 

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I wave to ICE mustangs also!

Sometimes I get a one finger wave back since “it’s not a Mustang” but whatever
If you simply give them the finger first, then when it's returned it's like you're still acknowledging each other as if it were a traditional wave. Problem solved.
 

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Yeah, I think it's a new car model thing. When Teslas were brand new a bunch of drivers were doing the wave thing too, and the forums were proliferated with "should we come up with a lightning bolt wave?" posts.
 

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The other day, we were driving and a Mach-E pulled onto the road. I pulled alongside, and tooted, then hit the pedal a bit. They did not react at all.

There is a name for people like that.

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Quantum theory tells us that waves and particles are equivalent. In recognition of the MME’s modern technology, we should consider hurling small particles at fellow drivers rather than waving to them. Keep a bag of marbles on the seat next to you for this purpose.

I asked my friend Heisenberg if this would be a good idea. He was uncertain.
 


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Can't say that I ever look at drivers of other cars. It's a thing?
I’m the same, mainly because I have a short attention span if I don’t find something interesting. Other drivers don’t interest me unless they are doing something that affects me. 🤷🏾‍♀️
 

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There's a thing called "situational awareness". Read a few spy novels, or train in law enforcement or as a firefighter. Most people don't constantly assess what's around them - including drivers of other vehicles and what they're doing, or not doing. It's just a thing. Many also are in their own orbit.
 

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I think it really depends on if people are having problems with their vehicle or not. I tried to wave at a guy next to us in Tampa traffic in a Black MME a few weeks ago and he basically covered his face, lol. I think he may not like the camaraderie.
 

 
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