That’s what you get for bottlenecking

There was an accident on the highway and the traffic was moving slowly.  Suddenly everyone witnessed another car accident on the other side of the highway.  Sister Sarah then uttered this wonderful malaphor, a mash up of “rubbernecking” (staring at something of interest) and “bottleneck” (a narrow or obstructed section, as in a highway).   Please, do not bottleneck while driving.  Thanks to Dan Geier for hearing this one and passing it on!

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