A: Is there a problem, officer?
B: Did you not notice that stop sign that you ran through?
A: I'm sorry, I didn't even notice it.
B: You didn't see it?
A: I honestly couldn't see it because of the bushes growing over it.
B: That's true. Those bushes are a problem.
A: I swear that I didn't mean to run it.
B: I can understand why you didn't stop for it.
A: Are you going to give me a ticket today, sir?
B: Under the circumstances, I think I'm just going to let you go with a warning.
A: Thanks a lot.
B: No problem. Next time, just pay closer attention.
A: What's the problem?
B: There was a stop sign back there that you didn't stop for.
A: I really didn't see it.
B: How'd you miss it?
A: I only saw bushes at the intersection.
B: Those bushes are covering the stop sign.
A: I really didn't mean to run it.
B: I see why you didn't stop.
A: Are you still going to write me a ticket?
B: No, I'm just going to let you go.
A: Thanks for being so understanding.
B: That's all right. Make sure to look closely next time.
A: What's up, officer?
B: Are you aware that you ran through that stop sign?
A: There was a stop sign?
B: How could you not notice it?
A: If there really was a stop sign, I couldn't see it because of the overgrown bushes.
B: You're right. The bushes are covering the sign.
A: If I saw the stop sign, I would've stopped for it.
B: Now that I think about it, I can see how you missed it.
A: Am I getting a ticket for this?
B: I'll let you off with a warning.
A: Thank you, I really do appreciate that.
B: Don't worry about it. I need to have something done about those bushes.
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