Boll.ocks to drink driving, f.uck talking on mobiles the biggest danger to motorists is Car Karaoke There's nothing better than belting out the words to your favourite tune, although i have made a vow never to read the lyrics printed on the inlay of the CD cover..... There is nothing worse than realising the line you had been signing for years, those words that struck a sentimental chord, that meant something deep to you...... were in fact wrong!! Example: REMs Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight.... for years I'd been belting out "Call me Chad Baker... Call me Chad Baaaakeeeer..." Never once questioning who the hell Chad Baker was or why Mr Stipe was insisting we all called him it.... .....to my disappointment/slight embarrassment i found out the other day the actual lyrics were "Go try and waker her..." (or words to that affect) the song just doesn't sound the same! Anyway driving out of the city tonight i got caught in the expected rush hour traffic... Remembering the old cliche about prior planning prevents piss poor performance i always have a healthy stash of CDs...(For some reason Natasha Bedingfields album had slipped into it some how ) There i was sat still in two lanes of traffic South bound on the A1, as her new single kicked in (I Bruise Easily).... I could feel the tingle of Car Karaoke in my toes..... my eyes closed as i heard Mathew Kelly whispering "who are you going to be tonight Cait?".... I took my hand off the steering wheel and held it to my mouth as though singing into a microphone..... "I bruise easily...." cue shake of the hair and pointing to recent bruise on arm.... "like a love heart carved on a tree".... cue cupping of hands in heart shape... I was in the zone, feeling the emotion.. at one with Natasha... As the song reached fade i opened my eyes to be greeted by 3 grinning goons in a white van, laughing at my efforts.. i wanted to adopt the foetal position in the foot well!!!!! Car Karaoke.... its a dangerous phenomenon, i cant be the only one affected??