God Tries To Kill Guy Singing While Driving

October 24, 2016


This is a video of Youtuber and musician Travis Carpenter singing in his car while traveling on the I-65N from Indianapolis, Indiana to Whitewater, Wisconsin when he hydroplanes off the road and rolls his car, presumably because God didn't like the sound of his voice, or the song he was singing. God prefers hymns, man, everybody knows that. In his own words while I tempt God to try lightning strike me while singing in the shower.

I travel the 3-4 hours by myself every time and use singing as a way to pass time, and critique it later. At this point I was practicing a nasal type voice on a Casting Crowns song when the crash happened. I was watching the road and saw nothing that caused me to worry. Simply hydroplaned in a heavy rain. My car slid sideways, and then was completely backwards by the time I slid off the road and went down a small hill. I hit a mile marker sign (230) on my way off the road. Here are two of the most amazing parts: I sustained NO injuries. Not even a scratch. And my car took NO mechanical damage and is completely driveable. Only body damage.

Well I'm glad you're safe, Travis, because I can't wait for your first single. Plus I'll be in the front row at every show and ask you to sign my boobs afterwards. I won't wash them either, and in a couple months I'll just have tits completely covered in Travis Carpenters. I mean, that is why you're doing this right? For my tits? I might even get a tattoo of your scream face.

Keep going for the video and see what somebody looks like when they're wondering if they're a ghost now.

Thanks to Zootghost, who agrees God works in mysterious ways. I assume this was a warning.

  • KatieGames

    "Only body damage"


    I'm happy that he wasn't hurt but that body damage on his car has got to be in the thousands. It can't possibly be worth fixing.

  • cardstock

    To be fair, if you're so self-important to think that the world needs to see you record yourself driving around, you're basically asking God to pull that kind of thing.

  • JJtoob

    "To be fair" you didn't even try to be fair. He said it was to self-critique his singing later. If you go to his channel, he has never posted any other videos of the kind, so he likely does it also for insurance/legal purposes. I've heard of at least one guy who was mistakenly pulled over for driving while using a cellphone, and he was able to prove he wasn't because he had a camera recording him while driving.

  • cardstock

    To be fair, I was just making a joke on a humor blog. I concede that my comment was indeed not a fair and informed assessment of this young man's actions.

  • JJtoob

    You got a weird sense of humor if that was meant to be a joke.

  • To be fair, no you shut up.

  • Jay Koski

    Too bad he didn't wind up paralyzed.
    When you drive a car you should only be interested in the safety of yourself and everyone around you. Stupid jackoff.

  • Billy Sotherden

    Singing while driving is an offense punishable by paralysis?

    Jesus, dude, old testament god over here.

    I didn't capitalize 'old' 'testament' or 'god' on purpose, just in case the grammar police roll up.

  • JJtoob

    I fail to see any sense in your comment. Irony aside, he was just driving, eyes on the road. What made you think he wasn't interested in safety?

  • Jay Koski

    He's preoccupied with making a video of himself singing on his phone. I bet he wasn't taking proper driving precautions on wet roads either.

  • JJtoob

    The phone is seemingly on a holder, and a driver is free to sing if they wish to, so there is nothing else in the video that you can use to prove he didn't take precautions on wet roads. You could argue he may have been going a little fast for the conditions, but you see nothing in the video to prove it either.

  • Jay Koski

    Nothing to disprove it either.
    But I can prove he was preoccupied with singing to his phone. You can drink and drive as well, but if you get caught you pay the penalties.
    He willingly provided evidence that he was being a negligent driver.

  • Blimpcheese

    Safety is important. Unless you are commenting on the internet. Then you can wish strangers to end up paralyzed.

  • Jay Koski

    Because wishing harm on people has real-world effects, doesn't it? Suppose this guy is too busy playing with his phone and runs over your mom, what then?

  • JJtoob

    Haha, the irony is too funny.

  • Jay Koski

    I wish cancer on you both.

  • JJtoob

    I wish it on myself too! Good thing wishes are powerless just like you said.

  • Shiela Dixon

    The freaky event was brought on via the dark magic conjured up by alliterative origin and destination.

  • AtomicMountain

    Sometimes, when a man screams, it's justified.

  • There was a pretty enormous lightning strike about 2 months ago in san diego that set of car alarms across the entire county. The crazy part was there was no wind/rain/thunder leading up to it. I had people who live 20 minutes from me saying they thought the building they were in had exploded. It touched down and blow out power lines and street lights a few blocks from me and was the loudest scariest shit I've ever heard. This was at 3:30am in the morning and I woke up and was screaming before I could realize I even was up. Then the next few seconds surrounded by car alarms and my dog going apeshit just added to it. I chased my poor dog around the house though we both now probably have a different perspective on who was comforting who.

    TLDR; I agree.

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