Where bad choices make good stories
#9 - A little too much Vanish?
#9….I think I read somewhere….about liquid dish detergent….will unstop a clogged toilet….It was a little hazy on the amount required.Ed357
#6 A flash back to jumping down the stairs at home only to hit head on the ceiling.
#10: Graduate of the Arte Jonnson School of Motorcycling.
#1 I like the little "who-flung-poo" matial arts move he makes just before the other wall slams him!
#10-Wow, she pulled a "biden"!
The falling part or the disappearing act part?
#10 - A friend retired and decided to ride with some friends. He bought a nice Harley, learned to ride, and had it about three months when he pulled into the garage, forgot to put his foot down when he stopped, and promptly broke his leg. He started riding again when his leg healed and never, to my knowledge, made that mistake again.
#2 - My car is soooooo cool!#3 - Yeah... I know how to ride one. Too bad we didn't see the sudden stop at the end.#5 - Looks expensive - Mr. Mayo
I think #3 is stealing the bike.
#8 Wirecutter going back to barracks after visiting the local Hofbräuhaus
#10 I had a 9 year old high mileage Honda GL1000 when I was going through Tech school at Sheppard AFB. I picked up the bike cheep because an instructor got a 1 year controlled tour in Korea and he was selling everything at discount prices. I had been out with friends getting shitfaced the night before. I woke up hungry early Sunday morning at my friends apartment and figured out I could make it back to the base for breakfast. As I approached the traffic light at the main gate it went red. I slowed and came top a stop. I forgot to put my feet down but remained balanced. The gate guard noticed. He was applauding how well I handled the big bike then he smelled the beer on me. He read me the riot act but let me go with the promise to drive slow and go strait to my dorm since I handled the bike so well. I made it in time for breakfast and then slept for 10 hours.
#10 I had a Yamaha 250cc dirt-but-road-legal bike in 1976. Took a girl for a ride (no hankypanky, she was the wife of a friend). I was new to the bike so I didn't realize that it had run out of gas rather than just quit for unknown reasons. I kickstarted it about a dozen times, then on the final try I caught the decorative leather-and-ring harness around the ankle of my (really cool 1970s) right boot in the kickstarter crank and went right the fuck down like a couple of sacks of potatoes.Embarrassing as hell, but I figured out the reserve lever, got to a gas station, and got Fran home in time for her husband to yell at her for a minute or so before I fessed up to my boneheadedness and we all chilled with a couple of beers and some local smoking materials.Fran, Bennie, and I lived in the Panama Canal Zone. You can fill in the blank about the smoking materials.
#10 that is raw sewage the rider fell into. Looks like Indonesia?
Ok seen vids like #5, not a car guy here but how the heck does that happen?
That was probably his first ride after installing the rear end. He just realized he forgot to tighten the bolts that hold the rear axle to the springs.
I saw something like #5 in real life. A guy in a Mustang blew by me on the interstate and just as he went by, his front universal joint failed. The drive shaft fell and did a pole vault and it and the rear end completely separated from the car. I couldn't tell from the video if this was a drive shaft failure, but the one I witnessed looked exactly like that.
#2 Is there no "door open" light on a Tesla's display?
#1. A buddy of mine bought a house with a dilapidated 2 story shed in the back yard. He went into the second story with a 'bigger hammer' for a while, then decided it was Miller time. He paused in the doorway, and the structure came down accordian-fashion behind him. Except for the front of the building, which came down in one piece, pivoting on the slab, with him standing there in the doorway, untouched. A true Warner Brothers moment.
Ya mean like this"https://youtu.be/9NapyrF31DI?t=37
#1 Styrofoam. He's ok.
#5 - I bought a butt plug for my wife 30 years ago. She never liked or wanted it, but as a brave, nice woman, she tried it. Then, a while later, when we were really drunk, she wanted a pay back.Let me tell you, she finally got it in and I said 'get it out'! Well, she yanked it like she was starting a lawn mower. Mother fucker. I thought my insides came out too!The things we do for love...
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