You are speeding, or on your phone, or weaving through traffic, but you didn't see cop until he turned on the flashing lights. Here's the worst responses to: "license and registration?"
5: "If you let me go, there's a Boston Creme donut with your name written all over it." Fact: not all cops like donuts; only most of them.
4: "You should let me go, I'm a lawyer. I'm a public defender." If you were a prosecutor, then maybe, but if your career is built on getting criminals back on the streets, the cops aren't going to let you off.
3: "To catch me, you must have been going just as fast I was." Any genius out there want to take a stab at why this bit of logic won't work?
2: "Does this make you feel important now? You powerful, powerful person. I bet you were picked on in school and that's why you took this job--so you could be the bully for once. That's why you're stuck doing this and I make twice as much as you." Anything along these lines is a bad idea. Plus, having a bunch of cops in the family and as friends, I can tell you that they do really well, and were generally not picked on in high school. In fact, it's a really competitive field, and takes a lot of work, so you're just wrong. Also, you sound like a douchebag, so I hope you get that ticket.
1: "Oink oink." Yeah, they hate that.
Okay, made it through with only one donut joke. Seriously, if you're a cop and you pull me over--please don't hold this blog against me! And to all of you who want me to spell donut like this: "doughnut"; no. Let us know other terrible responses you can think of, or if you're a police officer, share some of the worst stuff you've heard. And don't forget to like us on Facebook--we're only 2 away from having 100 likes!