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Old 02-22-2010, 04:23 PM   #1
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YouTube: How To Drain an RV Sewage Tank

Technical merit rates about a zero but it IS rather humorous:

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one word comes to mind realted to that light in the loafer dude ......

PANSY

when did rv's get septic tanks?
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Light in the loafers.....I don' know, but his dominoes are sure missing few spots.

My house has a septic system....the RV does not.

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I was disappointed. I just knew that there would be "stuff" spewing around from a loose hose.
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I am with Wayne, I remember one bad time when the black water valve was left open and I did not notice it. Yuk. It was my mothers coach. She got a very through lesson after that one. Yuk again.
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I was disappointed. I just knew that there would be "stuff" spewing around from a loose hose.

ah yes like robin williams in the movie RV
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Well, I think the humor was in the manly way he handled the whole situation. I liked the part about the glove being inside out.
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The manliness, or lack of, did not go unnoticed.

I also thought that he was trying to get up the courage to reach in and grab the hose to hook it up.

I now wonder if the whole thing was a put-on - but it was funny.
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The manliness, or lack of, did not go unnoticed.

I also thought that he was trying to get up the courage to reach in and grab the hose to hook it up.

I now wonder if the whole thing was a put-on - but it was funny.
Yes, the whole thing was a put-on. The worst thing he had to do was pull the black tank handle. Nothing was even connected or disconnected during the "film". The problem is that you can't get any attention on sites like You Tube if you show how clean, safe and mundane something is, you have to make it look like a production. In that regard, he did a very good job.
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That was funny.
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Maybe the kid has been drinking the holding tank chemicals and killed a few brain cells.

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Dang that boy's a pansy, he'd never handle having to scrape out the built up grease that sometimes collects at low points in a line that's been used a long time . Had a 1/8" of that build up all around my dump outlet because I was having to use a garden hose to run the gray water at the time.
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Naw he wasn't a pansy. He actually stuck his face in a place a lot of guys I know would not get near. I can remember a seasoned Coast Guard ship inspector not wanting anything to do with just getting near an open sewage holding tank hatch during shipyard inspection, and that was his job. Dont really blame him, I never went in one in 18 years as a Chief Engineer, Merchant Marine.

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