Here's a little test :
Sit down in a nice and comfy chair. Try to ban everything from your mind (if you manage this, you can use the same technique later on when your spouse yells at you because you came home at 3 at night instead of 19h00), ignore all sounds around you. Now close your eyes and think of nothing. If you feel tired, let yourself slip away into your sleep... don't pay any attention to anything that might be happening around you. Now, someone should shake you awake suddenly (erm.. did I forget to tell you that you should ask this in advance?) and see how you react.
Did you :
A. sit up with your eyes wide open, not knowing where you are?
B. yell at them and don't know where you are?
C. sleep right through it all?
Now transfer this above test to a yourself sitting in a car, driving on a crowded highway at 90mph. You fall asleep, not realizing how much distance you cover in a short timespan (ofcourse, if we were awake we would know that at 90mph we cover 1.5 mile per minute). You only awake by a loud truck horn almost blasting you out of the driversseat.
Results (aka if you picked option :)
A. You will crash into the vehicule in front of you, but at least you'll see where you are going.
B. You call the driver in the car on your left hand side a complete moron and irresponsible maniac, right before you slam into it's side.
C. You are dead.
Congratulations at surviving one of the insane www.friedkitten.com experiments. Thank God (or whomever you might wanna thank) that it was only an imaginary setup. We have got full life insurance and are used to being submitted to the most bizarre experiments, so we don't mind slamming into a car or two. Unless you are ready to embark on a full time carreer as a tester for www.friedkitten.com, we suggest you don't try this at home, on your local highway, or in your backyard. However, feel free to use your neighbors backyard, especially when they have a Perfectly Ordered Orifice Lake (aka P.O.O.L.) that you can use to safely crash into.
* It's hard to drive your car around at 90mph for a considerable distance inside your home.
** Kids are not allowed to drive a car.