So, I have had many misadventures in my life, but honestly I think that last night (5-11 PM 1/31/15) was one of the best ones. So, I had to serve some papers to this bloke in Idaho. But it actually wasn't in Idaho and we were in a no chain or snow appropriate car driving up a mountain side somewhere in the middle of nowhere. Well, just as we get to the top of this snow packed road, we go to turn around and...stuck. We get stuck. for at least an hour ,my brother and I are pushing as hard as we can on the back, rocking the car and trying to dig out the tires, pushing from the front...just everything. We got it a whole inch before I actually ended up nearly falling under the moving tire of the poor car before we all realized that this was a lost cause. we had to call a tow truck, but the phone reception was total crap. There were no houses nearby, and no food or a way to make a fire for camp if we had to, though two of us know survival skills (I studied it through out high school and was an honours student so yeah). Well, we finally get a hold of Geico, who get hold of the towing company after spending a choppy half hour on hold, losing reception and calling back, only to find out that the tow truck got lost. So there we sat in the car telling terrible puns, making morbidly horrid jokes, telling stories, and playing mind twisters. Hell, we even drew in the snow for a brief time. we turned music on and talked about deep things like how death takes tolls on you but teaches, the world news, just basically some pretty philosophical things. We had been stranded out in the wilderness (I shit you not, we were in the middle of nowhere on a back road usually just used by seasonal residents, it was obvious it hadn't been used but it was too late by the time we got up there to fully realize it because the snow was pack along the way to where you could drive) since six. A couple hours tick by, and all of us are hungry as all hell (made a few quips about eating my legs, all jokes of course), and we all had to use the restroom (they used a tree while I held it. Pays to be the son of a very snarky nurse aid). Well, it gets to being about 8:45 before the tow truck arrives driving backwards and we finally get out of the snow. We go out to eat once back in town and just mull over and end up laughing the whole thing off. We never did get to serving those papers but damn that was a fun evening even if it was an accident. You have any good stories to swap?