Driving Through a Red Light
A: Is there a problem, officer?
B: I stopped you for driving through a red light.
A: Did I really?
B: You didn't know?
A: I had no idea that I ran it.
B: Don't you know that yellow means slow down?
A: Yes, sir.
B: Why'd you speed up instead?
A: I really have no excuse, sir.
B: I'll have to write you a ticket.
A: I understand, and I am very sorry.
B: Here's your ticket.
A: What's wrong, officer?
B: You do realize that you ran a red light, don't you?
A: I did?
B: You didn't see the red light?
A: I'm sorry for running it, but I really didn't know.
B: Didn't you learn that red means stop?
A: I know that.
B: Then tell me why you sped up on the yellow light.
A: I'm not sure.
B: I'm giving you a ticket for this.
A: I'm sorry for the misunderstanding.
B: Maybe you'll think about this before you decide to run another light.
A: Why'd you pull me over?
B: Are you aware that you drove through a red light?
A: I ran a red light?
B: Yes, you did.
A: I apologize, but I didn't realize that I did that.
B: Weren't you taught that yellow means slow down, not speed up?
A: I did learn that.
B: So, then why did you speed up?
A: I don't know what to tell you.
B: I'm going to have to write you a ticket.
A: I understand.
B: Here you go. Don't do that again.
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