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Old 05-15-2012, 02:21 PM   #15
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You want a fun day go to a boat ramp and watch. Many people forget the drain plug. One Guy left the rams on the outdrive and every time he gave it gas the front of the boat would go up.
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Old 05-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #16
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We were once delayed at the Cancun airport by a full figured lady whose under-wire supporting garment had activated the warning buzzer on the metal detector portal. Our line at CUN paused to observe the 3 minute spectacle.

The Mexican TSA agent repeatedly waved the wand back and forth across her chest, beep, beeeeep, beeeeeeeeeeep, alternating over her boobs, in turn.
"It's my bra." She whispered to the agent.
Beeeep.
"It's an underwire."
Beeeeeeep, beep.
"My BBBRRRRAAAH."
She was pronouncing the word very carefully as to make herself better understood.
Beep, Beep. The screener looked slightly puzzled.
"Want me to take off my shirt?" Her frustration grew as did the volume of her speech.
Beeep, beeep, chirp, beep.
A little louder now, "I'll do it, swear to god!"

Suddenly she crossed her arms low and grabbed the bottom of her Senor Frog Bar tee. She thought better of it and changed her tactics midstream. We stood transfixed behind the line ropes while the traveler did the bra off thing under her shirt. She quickly flipped the hooks in the back, drove her hand under each sleeve and reached up under the front of her tee shirt for a grand finale. Swoosh.

"See?" She said, raising her arms aloft displaying the expensive, white, industrial strength, metal filled, Cross Your Heart, 4 hook, padded strap, Maidenform bra high above her head and rotated 360 to give us all a full frontal view of both the doomed garment and her double D bosoms straining against the cotton tee shirt.
"Everybody see?"

And to the Mexican TSA lady who by now was standing by sheepishly, "Now are you happy?"
Yup, everybody was smiling and we all seemed very happy. The offending metal brassiere was unceremoniously deposited in the waste receptacle, the black electronic wand passed silently over her boobs, she passed through the metal detector without incident and we all walked off merrily toward our respective gates.
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Old 05-15-2012, 11:48 PM   #17
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In the parking lot at the grocery store; dog driving truck with sunglasses on. OK, maybe not "driving."

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Old 05-16-2012, 02:05 PM   #18
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The dog had to be the one driving. Surely a human would have known better than to park in that area.
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Old 05-16-2012, 06:45 PM   #19
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this Organ sitting in the back of a truck for sale

you be the judge

I had a good laugh while waiting on DW at the grocery
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Old 05-16-2012, 08:54 PM   #20
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this Organ sitting in the back of a truck for sale

you be the judge

I had a good laugh while waiting on DW at the grocery
Ha ha ha ha ha...
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this Organ sitting in the back of a truck for sale

you be the judge

I had a good laugh while waiting on DW at the grocery
You know times are tough when Oregon is selling for 300.00! I wonder how much Montana is going for?
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The dog had to be the one driving. Surely a human would have known better than to park in that area.
Some people just feel they can do whatever the heck the want! I hate people like that!
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Old 05-17-2012, 02:11 PM   #23
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Funniest thing I've seen lately?

I was driving home from work and passed by a gas station....looked at the price for a gallon of gas and it read 3.65!!!

Why the heck are we paying anything over 2.00???

Crude oil drops to 93.00 and yet to see a price change! If it went up 1.00 we would see the difference at the pump instantly!

Ok, I'm off my soapbox, lol
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After leaving the Clackmas, OR Costco store and trying to get back onto I-215 northbound, I saw a green hiway dept sign indicating which lane goes where. The right 2 lanes direct you to

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3.65 gal now thats funny when I go by a gas station
I see 4.29 a gal that ain't funny.
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3.65 gal now thats funny when I go by a gas station
I see 4.29 a gal that ain't funny.
Gouging at its best! Supply and demand my arse!!
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A couple of years ago we were camped at the Chilkoot Lake State Park, just outside of Haines, AK. It was spring and we had been warned of extensive early season bear problems in the park. While sitting down for lunch in the rig, the RV began rocking and moving while parked with the jacks down and the engine unpowered. Thinking a bear might be trying to get into the basement or had smelled lunch being prepared I rushed outside clanging some pans and an axe, making all sorts of noise while yelling fiercely to chase the creature off before too much damage was done to our new rig. Went down the side, across the rear, up the other size, and around the front and found or saw NOTHING. Not a mark on the rig, and no sign of a bear.

Wasn't till the next day that we found we were about 10 miles from the epicenter of a 6.0 earthquake that had hit the previous noon. At least there were few campers in the park to view my ridiculous antics. ---Oh well, ---
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We were once delayed at the Cancun airport by a full figured lady whose under-wire supporting garment had activated the warning buzzer on the metal detector portal. Our line at CUN paused to observe the 3 minute spectacle.

The Mexican TSA agent repeatedly waved the wand back and forth across her chest, beep, beeeeep, beeeeeeeeeeep, alternating over her boobs, in turn.
"It's my bra." She whispered to the agent.
Beeeep.
"It's an underwire."
So, was this the only woman to ever fly out of Cancun wearing an underwire bra?
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