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Old 12-31-2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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Ole and Sven

Ole and Sven were taking a vacation in Sven's new camper. As usual, they'd become lost and were wandering around a strange town trying to find the highway.

Sven was just starting down a grade to go under a bridge when he slams on the brakes.

Ole: Vat da heck you do dat for, Sven?

Sven: Dat sign dere says "Low Bridge. No Vehicles Over Twelve Feet High." Dis here camper is t'irteen feet!

Ole: Cripes almighty Sven, dere ain't no cops around. Yust hit da gas pedal and go for it!
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:28 PM   #3
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You know.... That sounds a whole lot like "Here, hold my beer and HANG ON".

Alas, There are web cams dedicated to folks who think like that and You Tube videos.

IF YOU HIT THIS SIGN, YOU WILL HIT THE BRIDGE.

Hit, WHAM
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:19 PM   #4
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You know.... That sounds a whole lot like "Here, hold my beer and HANG ON".

Alas, There are web cams dedicated to folks who think like that and You Tube videos.

IF YOU HIT THIS SIGN, YOU WILL HIT THE BRIDGE.

Hit, WHAM
Whoa there.... You just helped me confirm what I have been slowly concluding - I am getting old. Lol. There was a time when the number of opportunities to say - "here - hold my beer - watch this" seemed infinite. Alas, I have neither said it, been in a situation that presented the opportunity to say it - or even remembered that it was something I once said rather frequently. Perhaps I have reached this age because I stopped doing those things and saying - hold my beer. Not sure if I'm happy about this or not - but glad to be here nonetheless.
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Well, .. I am a coffee-holic myself, Beer does absolutly nothing for me. And hard liquor..... Well let's just say I never developed a taste for it. (I can be a lot less polite if I have to).

But I spent 25 years on the world's greates job.. Getting PAID to tell cops where to go!!!!. and that means I've seen a lot of photographs and even a few cars where I'm sure that's what the driver said to the other victim.
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Well, .. I am a coffee-holic myself, Beer does absolutly nothing for me. And hard liquor..... Well let's just say I never developed a taste for it. (I can be a lot less polite if I have to).

But I spent 25 years on the world's greates job.. Getting PAID to tell cops where to go!!!!. and that means I've seen a lot of photographs and even a few cars where I'm sure that's what the driver said to the other victim.
Just for the record - drinking and driving, flying, and performing surgery etc were never a part of it. Shooting pool - jump shots - football - frisbee and any number of things fell into the "top that - hold my beer" category. Believe it or not - there can be good clean fun and alcohol that doesn't result in victims and the law. Not sure what you mean when you say you could be a lot less polite if you have too - or how that found it's way into the conversation - but I'll take your word for it.
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Ole and Sven decide to upgrade their licenses so they can legally drive their 40' dp. They take their tests and pass. As they are driving back to the examiner's office he asks Sven" You are at the top of a long hill there is a train stopped on a crossing at the bottom and your brakes fail. What do you do?"
"Waal now, I tink I wake up Ole"
"Why would you do that?"
"Ole never see no accident like this before."
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Ole and Sven decide to upgrade their licenses so they can legally drive their 40' dp. They take their tests and pass. As they are driving back to the examiner's office he asks Sven" You are at the top of a long hill there is a train stopped on a crossing at the bottom and your brakes fail. What do you do?"
"Waal now, I tink I wake up Ole"
"Why would you do that?"
"Ole never see no accident like this before."
I like how the first Ole and Sven story provided you with the perfect segway for this one. Nice job!
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