First instincts usually correct

When I first saw this guy on his bike in the McDonald’s drive-thru, I thought, “Look at this guy riding his bike through the drive-thru. What a dork.” But as I sat there, waiting to move forward, I reconsidered.

“Wait a minute. Who am I to complain about him riding his bike through the drive-thru? He’s getting more exercise than me and polluting the environment a whole lot less. Maybe he’s not a dork after all. Maybe he’s the smart one.”

Then the man was handed a coffee and a bag of food, and as he attempted to pedal away while holding both items, his bike tipped and he went sprawling into the puddle on his right, his coffee and food crushed beneath his bike and body.

“Nope,” I thought. “I was right the first time. Dork.”