Where bad choices make good stories
#8......Damn lucky.....!!!!Go buy a Lotto ticket.....quickly.Ed357
Too late! All luck for the next decade used up.
so did #3 not get the ticket?
[rocketride]#3. The last time I saw somethkng like that, it was a calf getting bottle fed.
#9. Is that Storrow Dr. in Boston? I ask because I almost drove a large glass truck under that bridge. It was almost white out snow and I was new to the area (and new to driving in snow) and missed the "trucks exit here" sign.
Yeah, not sure which, but it's either Storrow Drive on the south side of the Charles River, or Memorial Drive on the north side. Gotta be a pretty distracted driver to not see, and heed, those "Can Opener Ahead" signs. New to the area and driving in snow too? You're forgiven. One of the perils of driving in an old city that was designed for the horse and carriage.
#3 for the win#6 for honorable mention#5 I'd walk
#8 4 inches to the right, could have been a "Preparation H" moment.
# 3...a Real Pro at her chosen profession
#3."Alcohol was a contributing factor."-Just A Chemist
#3 the job at hand in this situation is to blow, right?
#6. Let's do a little math. I'm guessing that truck bed is 5' X 5', and if the water is 1 foot deep then there is 25 cubic feet of water in there. Now there are 7.48 gallons of water per cubic foot. And water weighs 8.34 pounds per gallon. So 25 X 7.48 X 8.34 = 1559.58 pounds! That's a lot of weight in that little truck bed. Yeah I know, sometimes I can be a bit of a nerd.
You forgot to add in 400 pounds for the two morons riding in back.
There is nothing nerd about that. It is how everyone used to think. What would be nerd is deriving the ambient temperature to the 2nd decimal so you could more accurately solve for the weight of water.
Lots of fun until someone floats over the tailgate and busts their head on the pavement.Daryl
#8 - I saw that video the other day and just cringed... Imagine driving along and getting 4 feet of rebar up your ass!
What is #7? A fin? a flipper? a paw? a scalloped potato chip caught in an air current?
A dog's tongue licking from below the grate.
#5 is a road between Peru and Bolivia I believe. When I was down there I heard about this bus ride. Yeah, I stay in Cuzco and drink Cocoa Tea,
#7? Is that a tongue?
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