Poor jenvargas hit a Sasquatcharmadilooskunkape last night and totally screwed up her car. In case you didn't know what a Sasquatcharmadilooskunkape was (which is apparently not unusual), mariussilverwlf found this definition:
Indigenous to lightly wooded, level terrain, these creatures are seldom seen in any state other than as a carcass on the side of the highways in the South-Eastern United States. Once believed extinct, sightings of these animals have been making a resurgence as of late, most often encountered by drivers plowing into the animals late at night as these creatures attempt to cross the road. Current speculation as to why these creatures insist on crossing traffic lanes on front of oncoming vehicles is varied, with one of the more common ideas being simply "Hey, if you were a sasquatcharmadilooskunkape wouldn't you want to die too?" Another theory in the forefront is that the animals simply want to get to the other side. The debate over the motivation remains quite heated.
Well, it's too bad that the Sasquatcharmadilooskunkape screwed up her car, but she's all right and hopefully the insurance will take care of the rest. Just reminding people who drive on streets where Sasquatcharmadilooskunkapes roam to be careful (thank goodness they don't live in the Tri-State area).