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19 Tweets That Accurately Sum Up Miami Traffic

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No one likes Miami traffic. You can confirm that statement with just a five minute conversation with your neighbor or sticking your head outside to listen to the chorus of car horns emanating from the Miami freeways. Another way to confirm this hatred is by searching "Miami traffic" on Twitter. And guess what? We did it for you, and we censored all of the @#$&! words so it's friendly for the whole family. So without further ado, here are the "19 Tweets That Accurately Sum Up Miami Traffic." the classic Miami traffic power nap

Miami traffic so bad. You can take a 3 hour nap and the car in front of you is still in park

— kdog (@kalen16carter) July 27, 2016

Project Freeway: Miami> Why do (Miami) girls take so many selfies? You're not a model, you're stuck in traffic on the way to work. — Jeffrey Fermin (@JeffFermin) July 30, 2016

? ✈️ ? ✈️ ?> I'd love to fly so I don't have to sit in this Miami traffic ? > > — Shea. (@sheawhatsreal) July 29, 2016

Queen Bey always comes through.> Beyoncé is getting me through these last weeks of Miami rush hour traffic. — natalie (@itwasadaiyespa) July 27, 2016

Today's forecast is ☀️ & ? ? ? . Back to you Tom.> Being a meteorologist or a traffic reporter in Miami would have to be the easiest job. It's always hot and there's always traffic. > > — Hannah Boyd (@heyhannahboyd) August 3, 2016

This is me everyday.> Why does Miami have so much traffic ugh — ಠ_ಠ (@clawahhh) July 28, 2016

Prayer to St. Green Light of Miami St. Brake Light, please clear my path. Turn red lights into green lights And brake lights into empty pavement. Amen. > Not sure who is patron saint of traffic but a few prayers said on road between Miami & Fort Lauderdale.... Some crazy motorists about ! > > — Paul W Mitchell (@pwmcomms) July 26, 2016

? ? ?> I just luuuuv Miami traffic — mish (@squishinat0r) July 27, 2016

Miami traffic is why we can't have nice things (like punctual streams).> Blame Miami traffic for the late stream ? > > — Gabs Victoria △⃒⃘ (@gabsvictoriaaa) August 4, 2016

Mental Sanity > Hunger Pains> Want food but driving in Miami 6pm traffic isn't even and option ?? — Retravia Ingraham (@Thee_Elect_One_) August 2, 2016

Now, if they could just part the Palmetto Expressway...> There are people controlling traffic in downtown Miami. > > Miracles do happen. — Liana Lozada (@lianalozada) August 2, 2016

It's a traffic stalemate but all the drivers lose.> Miami downtown traffic is always in a stalemate — Striving Daily (@invo_fahim) July 31, 2016

I highkey don't like Miami traffic> I lowkey don't "get" Critical Mass, and of course on my last Friday in Miami I get stuck in an Uber behind Critical Mass traffic. > > — Kyle Munzenrieder (@Munzenrieder) July 30, 2016

4-7 p.m. is off-street time.> Catch me off the streets between 4-7pm.. That Miami traffic is unbearable — Lil' Jo-Z From The V (@FloKid88) July 29, 2016

This is the best all-time use of the Arnold Meme.> When I hit Miami traffic and have to deal with the drivers > > — Meezy. (@_MeezyJ)

This summer, find me inside one of these ? .> the heat and traffic in miami rn is reason enough to never go outside ever again — v (@vvanessaaa) July 27, 2016

Miami Traffic = ?? ?? ??> Great day collecting data ??. Now time to drive and deal with #Miami #traffic ?? > > — Dr. Criss Salinas (@drcriss_salinas) July 27, 2016

MAJOR PROTIP> How to beat traffic in Miami: Don't leave your house. — Adriana Abreu (@_adryabreu) July 26, 2016

Thankfully, we all have this local cafe to get us by.> Thanks for getting me through Miami traffic, McCafe. ily @McDonalds > > — Carli Holbrook (@CarliHolbrook) July 22, 2016

Wow. Those tweets made me feel all of the emotions of Miami Traffic: irratibility, anger, loathing, depression, etc. But I'm glad that no matter how bad the traffic is, we have Twitter to share our anger. ProTip: No matter how epic your Miami traffic rant is, save tweeting for when you are at home. Twitter fingers and driving do not mix.

Krista Doyle