A man in Washington state was arrested on Monday after his impatience got the best of him! The man was traveling behind an ambulance that he thought was traveling too slow. Once they both reached an intersection he rammed his truck into an ambulance.  This caused his truck to get stuck to the ambulance.

Road rage incident leads to DUI arrest of local man.On 5/16/22 a Fire District 7 ambulance was headed back to the...

Posted by Stevens County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Luckily no one was injured. The driver was arrested after officials found he “had a few road sodas” and marijuana with him. He was hit with a DUI.

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15 ‘Seinfeld’-isms We Now Use in Everyday Life

  • 'Hello…Newman'

    Know someone you can’t stand?  Ever greet them with the same disdain?  Stop kidding yourself; yes, you have!

  • Festivus

    People celebrate Festivus now.  Seriously, here’s a Festivus pole for sale on Amazon!

  • The Jerk Store

    We’ve met a lot of people in our day that belong in The Jerk Store.

  • 'You’re So Good Looking'

    …And sneezes have never been the same!

  • 'Shrinkage'

    HE WAS IN THE POOL!

  • '…Not that there’s anything wrong with that'

    Easily one of the most versatile Seinfeld-isms from the whole series.

  • 'No soup for you!'

    Soup!  Seinfeld has changed the way we look at soup since this classic episode!

  • 'Spare a square

    You know a show is influential when you could be sitting on the toilet and think about it.

  • Man hands

    Jerry was always picky about his women, but this was easily one of our favorite “deal breakers” of his.

  • 'Master of your domain

    Really…this entire episode is a prime example of just how good the writing was.

  • 'Sponge-worthy'

    The fact that Luke from Gilmore Girls is the one trying to prove himself to be “sponge-worthy” makes this clip even better.

  • 'Yada Yada Yada'

    Anyone else “yada yada’d” sex?  Anyone…anyone?

  • Regifting

    Some of us have “regifted” pre-Seinfeld, but they helped coin the term.

  • Schmoopie

    This writer’s in-laws call each other “schmoopie.” Even though they’re just kidding around, it’s still gross.

  • 'These pretzels are making me thirsty!'

    Regardless of the type of pretzel, it’s hard not to think of this Seinfeld-ism when you’re eating them.