"Walking his dog one pleasant evening, R.P. Tyler, Chairman of the Lower Tadfield Resident's Association, is not amused when he is asked for directions by a gentleman in a burning car (Who is in fact not a mortal but the Demon Crowley, on his way to be in time for the Apocalypse and not caring about physical constraints, like that a car on fire should not be able to drive). Being somewhat confused but also a polite Englishmen, R.P. Tyler answers the gentlemen while mentally composing a letter to the Tadfield Advertiser, complaining about today's youth's ignorance concerning safety precautions while driving."
A scene from one of my all-time favourite books, "Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch", written by Sir Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Go read it. It's awesome!
This is one of my contributions for a recent contest of my LUG with the topic Books.