Dear young female driver of a blue/grey Focus chatting on your iPhone at the lights, who took objection to my "put the phone down" hand gesture.
It may be the case, as you informed me, that you are pregnant and are talking on the phone about "a heart condition". But you are also driving a motor vehicle, on a public road. And no I will not, as you suggest, "F*** off".
The driving thing - that's your primary task. If you need to make an important phone conversation, you need to stop driving.
The reason - admittedly very selfish - why I was keen for you to pay attention to your driving, is that we were approaching a very narrow section of road. My wife, who was right in front of us both, towing our 4-year old on a trail-a-bike, doesn't feel at all confident riding through this difficult choke-point, due to hostile and inattentive drivers squeezing her out in the past.
You illustrated her point, and my point, quite perfectly when the light turned green, you mashed your accellerator, and came within inches of cleaning them both up. I doubt you recognise the absurdity of your driving behaviour in light of the brief interaction we had just had.
My wife was very shaken by this experience, and has vowed never to ride that road again; instead, she will detour a hilly kilometer out of her way, specifically to avoid this one block.
It seems you already have a protective paternal instinct developing, if you consider it so vital to get the best possible medical advice for your unborn baby at the first possible opportunity. Perhaps one day you'll also develop an understanding of others' paternal instincts in not wanting their babies squashed by inconsiderate moron drivers who don't realise there's a world outside of their own petty personal dramas.