Word of the Week: Passhole

In a sentence:
While driving in heavy traffic, a man in a Dodge Charger cut Denise off, forcing her to slam on her brakes in order to avoid a collision.

Passhole!” she yelled in righteous fury.

In another sentence:
As Brad drove Denise home from their date, she noticed that he wouldn’t let other drivers merge in front of him, even when they used their indicator light. This, she realized, made Brad a passhole.

Thanks to reader B.D. for this week’s word!

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Word of the Week
Funny Names for Drivers

Passhole
| pas-hohl |
noun
1. A driver who will not allow you to pass him or her in traffic.
2. A driver who performs a particularly stupid, mean or contemptible move to either cut you off or desperately get ahead of you in traffic.

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