A syndrome afflicting many individuals on the road, initially described from observing trends in Asian drivers. The underlying theory is a genetic defect that is unknown but may play a role in spatial orientation.
Inability to parallel park without hitting the curb several times, holding up the lane for close to 30 minutes and/or requiring your passenger to exit the vehicle to assist you by direction or switching seats.
Swerving from lane to lane at very slow speeds (20 mph less than posted limit)
Turning into a one way street or going against the direction of traffic more than once in a given year.
Frequent replacement of brake pads due to slamming on them milliseconds before contact
It took all 3 of us to get out of the car to help Jenn Wu park. I think her ADD (Asian Driving Deficiency) is acting up again, she must be off her meds.
I can't believe Xun Li flipped a bitch on a one-way street in the middle of the day! I don't want to say anything, but I think she has ADD (Asian Driving Deficiency).
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