About half way their, Jane pops up from the backseat of the car. Dick screams, swerves in the road but recovers from his mishap. “She must have snook out when I was getting my keys and jumped in the backseat of my car under Hollys blanket” thought Dick. Dick relizes that he could be killed any moment because she has the knife from the
From here, it's a wild romp, wonderfully executed. A woman driving down the street, minding her own business nonchalantly decides to driver her man van through the front window of the store and spins her tires flinging clothing all over the place. This commercial persuades the viewer to continue to shop at their stores even though some of them will
As Perry walks thinking to himself about what just happened a lady jumps out of her car and yells Michael’s name. It was Perry’s girlfriend from high school; she jumps on him and gives him a big hug. In one moment Perry recalls a random night that he would never have thought about if it wasn’t for him remembering the smell of her “spearmint kisses.” No words were needed to be said, all it took was his nostrils inhaling the sweet smell of her fresh breath and the memories flashed through his head. Being a paramedic, nurse, and firefighter, Perry tells some stories that are very sad and seems to put him into a lower mood. Some of the
We thought someone was out in our back yard so we ran to tell our mother. Our step-dad went outside to investigate when he saw a police car go by and announce over his loud speaker to evacuate immediately there was a 20 foot wall of water coming down the canyon. We hurried and got in our car wearing only our pajamas, and drove to our neighbors. Our neighbors lived at the top of a big hill. I remember going out on the balcony and hearing all kinds of horrific noises.
Ms. Kelly got away from Mr. Bowen and ran to her car. He then retrieved a black sawed-off shotgun from the home. He ran in front of Ms. Kelly's car, pointed the gun at her. He then stated that he would kill her if she tried to leave. Kelly leaned over in her seat and accelerated the car as fast as it would go.
As soon as it happened Pony ran and meets up with Johnny again. Wandering around, they see a car driving around and it comes up infront of them. The guys Rob, Randy and three other drunks. The guys wanted to get back at them for picking up their girls . So they took Pony and tried to drown himin a fountain.
Once she saw the deer, she suddenly stopped, then sped up towards him until she was about an inch away from killing him. She steadily pushed the gas to lightly tap him. But since she was under so much pressure, she stuttered and hit Jason and sent him flying across the highway. I’m just here witnessing it all from the trunk of the car with my hands and feet tied together. I kept yelling “LET ME OUT!
Claiming to be "Officer Roseland" of the Murray Police Department, Bundy approached DaRonch at Fashion Place Mall, told her someone had tried to break into her car, and asked her to accompany him to the police station. She got into his car but refused his instruction to buckle her seat belt. They drove for a short time before Bundy suddenly pulled to the shoulder and attempted to handcuff DaRonch. During their struggle, Bundy fastened each handcuff to the same wrist. Bundy pulled out his crowbar, but DaRonch caught it in the air just before it struck her skull.
I ran into the house and grabbed my baby and started to pray. Then the shots stopped, and we heard a truck start up in the field across from the house. It was speeding through the field and pulled onto the road and proceeds to yell out racist slurs as they speed away. Luckily no one at the cookout was harmed. Finally, a police officer showed up and as we were standing outside telling the officer about the episode that had just happened gun shots rang out for a second time and the policeman ran, jumped in his car and pulled off speeding with his lights on.
REBECCA (Daphne du Maurier) – CHAPTER 5 Summary Chapter five begins with Mrs. Van Hoppers “interrogation” of where the narrator had been that morning. After being out with Max de Winter for lunch and a drive everyday for a fortnight, she lies and says she has been at a tennis lesson. Mrs. Van Hopper hopes that she has improved, making her out to be a terrible player. The narrator continues, describing her anticipated car trips with her exclusive friend, and she remembers how she could not wait for the slow lift, running down the stairs and bursting out the lobby door to meet him in his car. In the car, the narrator wishes that she could bottle these memories, so that she could relive them by uncorking the bottle.