Where bad choices make good stories
#3 Thet Sportser be dead.
neh...just 'marking its spot'
Ain't a Sporty.
Yeah, if a sports term ever stops leaking oil, it's out.
Forget it BE, it's a Harley...
That's a Dyna. Early Wide Glide.
If it ain't leaken,it ain't runnin....
Why is #3 shown? That's normal.
Anon @ 12:04, that is not normal. The oil leak, yes, but I don't see any parts lying around that have vibrated off.--Tennessee Budd
Gosh mister! Is that a REAL Harley Davidson?
#6. I've unloaded a few trucks where I thought that might happen. Dropped wheels through one deck.
#2...follow the yellow piss road?
#4 - Yep, typical Dodge driver#9 - And I thought my countertop was cluttered. - Mr. Mayo
#10 - I hate attic ladders. In my experience, if they're less than 70 years old, they're lowest-bidder creaky, terror.
and usually rated at 200lbs.
At least no blood
#9: I've see similar shrines, but they're usually on the dashboard of a Chebby low-rider.
My Monday started at 730 with the neighbor trying to burn the neighborhood down with an unattended smoker. Lot of siding damage on their house & about 40ft of my wood fence. Gawd people are stupid.
Was probably inside playing video games or catching up on all their social media.
What’s going on in #8?
Looks to me like the roof leaks.
Looks like the ceiling is ready to fall in as well. Notice where trim meets ceiling.
Or there are raccoons or other animals in the attic and they're either pissing or decaying.
Could be there's a 2000 pound waterbed about to come through the ceiling. If you wanna save your classic BS poster you'd better move it....and your bed if it's directly below.
#7 brought a smile to my face. Hope it happens more often.
There was a poster taped to the ceiling. Popcorn ceiling is not durable. I loosened part of mine rolling paint on it. Bad idea.
Drywall was not primed with paint before blowing acoustic ceiling or said "popcorn "
#1 Honey, I think that I may have water in my fuel
#3 A buddy had a new 05 Softail and he dropped it off a the dealership for a oil change at 500 miles and a stage 1 performance upgrade with new pipes, carb jets, and a Screaming Eagle air cleaner. He had set everything up for a Saturday morning service during our Guard Drill weekend. I took him over at lunch to pick it up and he rode it back to the base. That afternoon I acquired a bottle of pancake syrup and dumped it under the oil drain on the bike. It freaked my buddy out seeing the golden spill under his bike. I walked over and raked my fingers through the syrup and struck my toung to my fingers and told him that it wasn't synthetic oil. He raked his finger through the syrup and smelled it where he broke out laughing. He did check his oil level before ridding home.
#4 Welcome to Sonic, may I take your order.
We have a building inspector that's old school he still requires four 16d framing nails in a pull down staircase. You could have 12 screws in it but still wants those nails that can split that half ass 1x spruce frame if not predrilled properly. Lot of tension on that spring. Those things scare the bejesus out of me. Buy the upgraded aluminum version for sure
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