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Old 09-10-2015, 12:29 PM   #1
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Old 09-10-2015, 06:36 PM   #2
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How right you are!
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I think my hitch still has a flap of skin hanging from it.
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I fail to see any humor in that.
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I did not learn a thing the second, third and fourth time I did that.
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I was escorting a blind friend to a guide dog event and managed to run him into mine as we went around the back of the truck. Really felt sorry for him. He definately knows it's there and steers clear now.
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I did not learn a thing the second, third and fourth time I did that.

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Old 09-11-2015, 03:28 PM   #9
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I had forgotten about that.

We went from a travel trailer to a class A 10 years ago.

My chin bones have finally healed up, only a faint sign of the scars.
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:07 AM   #10
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They are great for rear end accidents too.

Got rear ended on the freeway once in F250.

No marks on our rig at all but other guy had real bad imprint of hitch in their front end.

Ever wonder why the jeep cherokee from the 90's all seem to have trailer hitches...?

Part of recall to protect gas tank in rear end accidents.

Can say they are great for this as they distribute loads to frame rails and really mess up the other vehicle.

Bolt on safety and quick change after accident to insure still good.

Leaving insert in just makes it a spear...
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Ah that's nothing.. You know the story of the man who had a tooth that needed pulling.. So the doctor went to get the pain med and he said "I don't need that.. I've suffered the two worst pains known to man, and I survived so I don't need that" Well the tooth was pulled and sure enough the guy survived..

The doctor ask about those two worst pains.. And I am tempted to let someone else finish the story now but.. Well. Scroll a bit.







Seems the patient was out in the woods and felt the need to squat, So he did.. RIGHT ON TOP OF A BEAR TRAP.. SNAP it grabbed him by the.. Well you know what he grabbed.. teh hanging parts.

So that doctor say "So that was the worst pain?" The patient says, No, that was the 2nd worst..

So what was the worst?

When I reached the end of the chain.
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Ouch!
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I was thinking of the same story as I read through the posts.

You beat me to it.
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Glad you folks enjoyed it.

And yes.. that one sure brings OUCH!!! to mind.

Oh, and I know a TRUE story of a dog and a cat.. The dog chased the cat till the cat got tired, Did a fast 180, ducked under dog's jaws and .. Altered the dog enpassant. (Yup, same as above story only a dog and a cat instead of a man and a bear trap).. And least anyone say "Did not happen" It was my family's dog and cat so..... Dog was a Wired Hair Terrier.. one of the breads the news improperly calls pit bulls, too.. But the cat (A gray Tabby) was the Ruler (After all she is properly called a QUEEN)..
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