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Old 01-07-2016, 09:05 AM   #99
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Read about the diaper change and I have a story to share.

My brother managed a grocery store. One day while rounding up carts he saw a woman change her baby and toss the dirty diaper out on the lot. She then went inside to shop. Brother went over, picked up the diaper and placed it under the drivers seat.
This is Oklahoma, in the summertime, 107 degree day. Closed up car.

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............ Brother went over, picked up the diaper and placed it under the drivers seat.
This is Oklahoma, in the summertime, 107 degree day. Closed up car.
Now that had to have been worse the the Limburger cheese on the exhaust manifold of my youth. Didn't do that dastardly deed but knew of it happening to a friend.
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Wait - you mean we are NOT supposed to pull away very early in the morning under colar of darkness with the black valve open?
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Please put me back in my nice nice bubble. Look there is somebody drinking out of a garden hose. Anybody want a piece of cheese.
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I saw a swamp cooler on top of an RV once. I still don't how they kept the water in it.
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I guess the fellow I saw didn't want to clean his slinky so he just pulled close to the dump and opened the valve.He did stand so his feet directed the flow.Then he took the hose hanging on the non potable sign and filled his fresh water tank.I don't think he used gloves.
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I remember the first time I was at a campground by Chicago that had paved back in places. After a hard rain this guy apparently tried many times to get the trailer onto the paved spot.

After I was set up. Man! Did that guy dig trenches getting set up. Something like that had to be embarrassing.
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