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Tuesday, March 02, 2021

The shit I post on Facebook

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13 comments:

  1. #5, no doubt about it, #8, good one, #15,sounds like me doing home plumbing,after the 2nd trip to the hardware store I change to another store so the 1st store won't make fun of me!

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  2. #8, my first car was a 74 Lincoln Continental MK IV, 19 feet, 7 inches long. 460 under the hood, Wish I still had it

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    1. Scourge of the cities, the Viking Longcar.

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    2. Hey! That's P.I. Frank Cannon's car!

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  3. #8 These cars are driven by little old ladies who can't see over the dash. Or can't see, period. I watched one lady knock over a handicap sign because the hood hung over the curb so far, just like this one. If anybody was behind that sign they would have needed a trip to the hospital for a concussion and 30 stitches. She apologized for startling me.

    Geek

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    1. The old man retires and sells some stock so he can live the sweet life that includes a Cadillac Fleetwood. He dies in a couple years leaving the caddy to the widow, she can't afford anything new so she drives it around town till it rusts out. I saw her back into a strip mall window once, the big plate glass one. Pulled up a bit and went into the bakery to do her business and was surprised to be met by a cop when she came back out.
      Daryl

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  4. # 15
    Add to that any home repair or improvement project. Never utter the following: "This should be easy". It is almost a 100% certainty the Murphy's Law WILL come into play.

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    1. Every fifteen minute repair is just one broken bolt away from four hours.

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  5. 6) Actual conversation I heard on FM radio in Atlanta one Time:

    Lady DJ: Call in and tell us about a rock star that has passed away that you'd like to hear.
    Caller: Kurt Cobain.
    Lady DJ: I meant a rock star whose passing away made you sad.

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  6. And never start a repair job on a Friday afternoon.

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  7. #18: I stopped talking to my wife for two weeks. She didn't notice.

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    1. I stopped in June or July. She finally noticed in October, but didn't say anything until March.

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  8. #1. The correct answer to "a coworker needs both arms to hug his wife" is "yeah, I thought about telling you I needed both arms to hug her as well, but thought you'd just get upset."


    By the way, how long after a coworker dies of Covid is it okay to hit on the widow. Asking for a friend.

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