Here's the thing, I dream about doing this every single time we get a legit rain storm. I absolutely love driving through the huge puddles for reasons I don't quite understand and I'm sure would take a good Doc a few sessions to figure out. Additionally I love seeing people fall, get hit, or have their days ruined by gigantic walls of water as they're waking to work, the grocery store, or the bus stop. I think it's hilarious.
Now here's the shocker. I've never actually done it. For a while it was because of a lack of opportunities. I'd always envisioned that being one of the first things I did once I got my license but somehow, and I'm not exagerrating, I went a good 3 years before crossing my first perfect situation for it. And I choked. Couldn't do it. I was passed that prime asshole phase for drivers between 16 and 18. I started to veer and then these thoughts from my conscience crept in like "what if he's off to a job interview," and "his life must aleady suck, why else would he be he's walking in the rain," and "what if he recognizes my car and kills me in my ghetto apartment tonight." It sucked, for the first time in my life I was a socially conscious person, it couldn't have happened at a worse time.
Here I am, seven years later and I still haven't drenched anyone to this day. I see pictures like the one above, the driver clearly having the time of her life, the jogger clearly thinking about killing himself, and it makes me laugh. I wish I could be that happy. It looks like an awesome time, but I still know deep down that fundamentally as a person, I just can't do it. I guess I'm just a pussy.