People share relatable things they do on their daily commutes

While some people are fortunate to walk to work in about five minutes, others are stuck with excruciatingly long commutes. These commuters become accustomed to their long mornings and evenings in the car. They find themselves keenly observing their surroundings, singing out loud way more than they want to admit, and even befriending fellow commuters on the road. Several people took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share relatable (and not-so-relatable) things that happen during their daily commutes.

Did you leave the window open? Is the sink still running?
Everyday on my commute to work I think of every possible excuse to turn around and go home. I never actually do it.

This probably isn't the safest morning pastime:
I like to race people when I'm driving to work in the morning.

Sing like nobody's listening:
Lately the best part of my day has been singing along to the radio at the top of my lungs on my drive home from work. It's so stress relieving.

Everyone needs a little "me time" from time to time:
Sometimes when I'm driving home from work, I drive around the block a few extra times just to get more me time.

It happens to the best of us. Just stay safe:
I was so tired this morning driving to work I accidentally ran a red light after seeing the green left turn arrow

"I'd like to thank the fans":
While driving to work, I often practice the conversations I might have if I'm ever famous and on the red carpet.

Someone get this person a margarita ASAP:
When I'm driving to work in the morning, I listen to the Spanish radio station and pretend I'm on vacation.

Multitasking is a valuable skill:
I frequently do my hair and makeup in the car on the way to work.

Where were you during the apocalypse?
Driving to work I spit out the window and it smacked the guy behind me in the face..

Quick, they're on your tail!
Sometimes when I'm driving to work, I pick a car and pretend that they're following me and I have to lose them.

Nothing like an impromptu dance party to start the day:
Every morning while driving to work, I'm dancing as well. This morning a guy saw me, and joined in. It was awesome!

We've got a "stage-five clinger" on our hands:
I get emotionally attached to the cars driving around me during my commute.

This guy must've seen some pretty crazy stuff to and from work:
Based on watching people while driving home from work I've come to realize that I'm not sure how we've all survived this long

"We're basically just don't know me":
I consider the people I see on my commute to work my road brothers and sisters. I see the same drivers daily and wish I could say hi.

For more commuter confessions, ​check out Whisper.

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