Nothing unusual except for the fact that it's spring break and I'm a college student who's not on a beach and/or intoxicated. It's late, and basically nobody is on the road.
I'm about 100 yards out, and this car stops in the roundabout. JUST STOPS. I come to a halt at the entrance because I don't know what this person's deal is, then I realize: she's waiting for me. If she didn't stop, she would've exited the roundabout with time to spare before I pulled up, but no. I wave her through, but she doesn't budge. I'm like, "wat." So I said screw it, I'll just go. BUT ONCE I MOVE, SHE FLIPPING TAKES OFF. What just happened? How does this person make it through roundabouts when more than two cars are using them?