Most People Pick Their Nose While Driving a Car, Why?

Most People Pick Their Nose While Driving a Car

DO YOU PICK YOUR NOSE WHILE DRIVING?

The things people do in their car, aside from driving, may alarm you.  Or you may not be alarmed at all, because you do it too.  Do you pick your nose?  Or pop zits?  Maybe you even pluck your eyebrows.  What about just having a full meal?  Isn’t that enough?  Nope.  Not at all.  Some people even have sex.  All while driving their car.  Yes.  While driving their car.

PEOPLE MULTITASK WHILE DRIVING THEIR CAR

You may wonder what the heck is going on with the world.  Or what the heck is going on with other drivers.  Well, they can be doing many things aside from actually driving their car.  Some things may make them more distracted than others.  But the majority of Americans, almost sixty-six percent, pick their nose. Yes, dig for gold and drive.

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PEOPLE ENGAGE IN UNSAFE BEHAVIOR

Other people like to live dangerously, and read something on their device or text while they drive.  It is illegal to do so.  And very unsafe.  If people really need to keep their hands busy, they should just pick their nose.  It’s way safer.

SO MUCH PICKING, SO LITTLE TIME

Some other things that people do while driving their car are as follows, in order of highest rated to lowest:  pick nose, read something on a device, texted (shame on you!), eaten a full meal, put on AND taken off clothing, kissed, cleaned dashboard and windows, popped pimples, sent emails, engaged in sexual activity, brushed hair, applied makeup or deodorant, watched video content on a device, taken a selfie, consumed alcohol, consumed drugs, vomited, flossed teeth, urinated, read a newspaper or book, filed or clipped fingernail or toenails, changed seats with a passenger, fed a baby a bottle, tweezed eyebrows or facial hair, shave legs or face (!), put in contact lenses, painted fingernails or toenails and last but not least…while driving one percent of the population has changed a child’s diaper.  Crappy, right?

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