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Monday, January 17, 2022

Fucking Mondays gifdump II

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  1. #3 reminds me of a girlfriend of mine, many, many, many moons ago when I was in 8th grade. She wanted a lift to a piano lesson about 1/2 mile away. I had a boys bike and she jumped right on the bar in front of me. We only made it about 50 feet and it blew out the front tire and bent the front frame. Sheesh.....

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    1. #3 reminds me of Chelsea Clinton wearing tight leather pants at some speaking confab a few years back. Her legs looked like two big sausages in casings that were about to burst. Not a pretty sight.

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    2. You shouldn't make fun of Webb Hubble's kid like that.

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  2. #9 is that a sex swing in the corner?!?

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    1. They deserve some kudos - their situational awareness gave them time to save their drinks and electronics...

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  3. #10 - I did something similar to that on my off road bike a few years ago. There was 4-5 inch diameter branch laying across the trail that had broken off of a tree during a wind storm. I tried to jump it, underestimating my speed and the distance I started from. The front tire landed right at the juncture of the branch and the ground. I ended up on my head with my helmet protecting me from serious injury. Helmet was trashed.

    Lesson learned - don't be stupid about your skills and always wear a helmet.

    Nemo

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    1. Same here, but it was, let's see, 44 years ago. Every day I crossed a steel pedestrian bridge on my bike over a creek. The bridge had angle iron across the walkway at each end. The upward jutting part of the angle iron looked like it could give me a flat, so I always popped a wheelie over it and then jumped off my pedals as my back tire passed over it. One time the easy-remove lever at the axle on my front fork was loose and I had not noticed. When I popped the wheelie, the fork came off the axle, then one side of the fork fell into my spokes. I had no idea what was happening until it had already happened. No helmet, but I lucked out, fell onto the grass next to the path, and my bike fell onto the asphalt path. Also luckily, no pedestrians were around when that happened to watch, or worse, get clobbered by me or my flipping bike.

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  4. 5. The decapitator.
    6. That guy's too fucking dumb to have built that buggy by himself.
    Daryl

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  5. #2 Double cock block. He's going home to cold ramen without dog (or poosay) again.
    I think he needs Clint Eastwood as a mentor.

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  6. #6 I don't think that the thing is powerful enough to pull up a tree anyway. But isn't it obvious that the rope or chain needs to be attached level with the rear axle?

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  7. 3 Fat Ass
    4 Fatter Ass

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  8. #9 brings you your useless fact of the day.

    Buses have air brakes, and there's a big yellow parking brake knob you pull out to set them, just like on a semi or anything else with air brakes. There's also a safety interlock that applies the brakes when you open a door.

    A lot of bus drivers are lazy (almost every bus driver is extremely lazy not to mention pretty stupid) and get in the habit of relying on the interlock brake to hold the bus instead of using the brake properly. Then either the interlock malfunctions or the door somehow gets closed (or they close it themselves on the way off the bus), and what you see there is the result.

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