I'll never forget my last experience, LOL. I was taking my anatomy/physiology II class in the summer at a school pretty far from my house. We had class 4 days a week IIRC. Pretty sure we had Friday off. Anyhow, when you left the college, the only way out was along this curvy long road to the main drag. A general aviation airport was on one side and some buildings I assume were part of the school on the other. There were other ways out, but this seemed to be the only way to back to the freeway. The road was fun and wide and even had a median seperating the directions. Being summer it was really quiet out there. Well, eventually my going 50+ in the 40 caught up to me, LOL. I saw the Mesa (city) cop on the side of the road and slowed down a bit, but knew it wouldn't help. As soon as I passed he pulled me over. I roll the window down:
Cop: "Have any idea how fast you going?"
Me: "Maybe, but why don't you tell me"
Cop: "It's 40 MPH through here and you were doing over 50"
Me: "I was tying to catch up to the girl that was ahead of me to tell her something" (Pure BS by the way)
Cop: "Well my boss has me out here because people have complained about too many speeders out here" (Not sure who, no one was ever around and no homes)
Me: "Whatever, if your going to give me a ticket then hurry up, I have to get to another appointment"
Cop: "Why do you have such an attitude with me? I'm trying to be nice"
Me: "No reason really, I just need to be on my way"
Cop: "I'm not going to give you a ticket, but promise to stay below 50. I'll even let 47 slide."
Me: "Okay, thanks. Sorry if I was rude."
LOL, the funniest part was I was convinced I was getting a ticket, so I was rude right off the bat. The cop was the typical cold arrogant type as they always are, so he sounded just as rude. It was really funny because I deserved a ticket for speeding, especially being rude, but he let me off! I was shocked. I felt bad for being rude after he said he wasn't going to ticket me.