How to make the most of a bad situation (in pictures):


First, celebrate the fact that you made it across 5 lanes after the engine died and lived.




Then, phone for help.


Check the oil.


It's not the oil.
 
Investigate contents of boot for props.



Take Barbie Uno to a new level of extreme.

  



Take a new Facebook profile pic.





Serenade passing traffic.



And then (if you’re a Christian or a gymnast) ribbon dance.





Take a nap.




Fend off super-creepy metro cops who stop, not to help you but to intimidate you. (Not photographed.)

Phone the insurance company again.


And if you’re patient, eventually you get to ride in a big truck!







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The Sharonicles is a travel humour blog by a South African travel writer. With six years of experience as a cruise ship crew member, her travels on ships and on land have taken her to 57 countries on five different continents.  She photographs a plastic flamingo called 'Rodrigo' on her adventures because it seemed like a good idea ten years ago and it’s probably too late to turn back now. She also likes unicorns, carbs and referring to herself in third-person.

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