Man Crashed His Car While Loudly Singing And Caught It On Video
Don't lie, you've done it, too.
You were driving down the interstate, just singing your favorite song, and then you suddenly had to brake to avoid an accident.
Hey, it happens. At least you're not that woman crashing because a spider was in her car.
So, really, we can all sympathize with YouTube user Travis Carpenter.
On Thursday, Carpenter posted a video of his singing-sesh-turned-accident. The best part about it? He says he didn't suffer any injuries, so we can all laugh about it.
In the video, Travis is singing the song And Now My Lifesong Sings. It's a churchy rock song, so you know what that means.
Travis wasn't just singing, he was "sangin'." And everybody knows when you're "sangin'," you become a little vulnerable.
Travis certainly was, anyway. And after letting out a hilarious yell, the results were this:
In the caption for his video, Travis explained what happened,
I was traveling from Indianapolis to Whitewater, WI for a practice weekend with Machine Ultimate. I was going 70mph (speed limit) on I65 north. I travel the 3-4 hours by myself every time and use singing as a way to pass time, and critique it later. At this point I was practicing a nasal type voice on a Casting Crowns song when the crash happened.
Luckily for him, he walked away without a scratch. In fact, his car was fine, too. Practically the only thing he had to show for the accident was a stunned face.
I was watching the road and saw nothing that caused me to worry. Simply hydroplaned in a heavy rain. My car slid sideways, and then was completely backwards by the time I slid off the road and went down a small hill. I hit a mile marker sign (230) on my way off the road. Here are two of the most amazing parts: I sustained NO injuries. Not even a scratch. And my car took NO mechanical damage and is completely driveable. Only body damage.
Well, thank God he's OK because now we can fully enjoy the fact that this video is funny as hell.
Please be careful while singing and driving, guys.