Picked a bad knight to get stopped.
“In case in haven’t noticed, ossifer, I can’t walk. I got no legs (hic).”
Stop horsing around.
Tell the po po it has to be an l line.
He was having an L of a knight.
If I have to pay a fine, do you take a check, mate?
How about if I walk in a straight line for a couple of steps and then step to the side?
Knight x cop
I will do you one better, I’ll walk in two straight lines.
It looks like his special moves might not get him out of this situation.
This is why the knight should always be the designated driver.
’I’m sorry, officer, I canter do that.’
A hazard of driving at knight.
My first laugh of the day – thanks!
Can the horse also get a ticket for performing an illegal move? Having already been pulled over for DUI?
Looks like it’s the L train home.
btw… a knight’s move is one orthogonal and one diagonal. (not an L)
Love it! Thanks for the laugh. Great way to start a day.
What if it were a bishop? Technically, they move in straight lines, just diagonal ones.
You can’t side step this. Nope. No horsing around
This just isn’t his knight.
Very creative, Mark!
He just got off the knight shift.
The cop must be a rook(ie).
I only do turns, officer. I can’t go straight.
Next up, move to a corner.
It appears, you’re going to have a bad knight.
September 06, 2014