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Old 05-13-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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what's the funniest or strangest thing you have seen lately

We were at a four way stop light and I look to my right. There was a women around 45 to 50 standing on the corner in a bikini and she looked like the beer in her hand was not her first
And she should not of had a bikini on.
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Old 05-14-2012, 12:05 AM   #2
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Would she be a good contestant for the People of Walmart?
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Old 05-14-2012, 12:19 AM   #3
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We were at a four way stop light and I look to my right. There was a women around 45 to 50 standing on the corner in a bikini and she looked like the beer in her hand was not her first
And she should not of had a bikini on.
So are you saying she should have been naked?
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No no no she should have had more on. The horror the horror. Lol maybe 30 years and many beers ago she might of been able to wear what she had on. There was not a Kmart in site.
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:47 AM   #5
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Last year while riding the bike in the neighborhood, I encounterd a neighbor lady, probably about 40, walking down the middle of the street in a straw cowboy had, boots and a very cute bikini....and a big smile. She was not hard to look at either.

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I thought I'd share this.... It made me look twice!
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By the looks of the road signs, this was in WA state about halfway between Vancouver and Goldendale.
Some of those snowmobile folks are definitely hard core!
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Last week I saw a 5th wheel heading down I-75 with the slides open... Bet he lost some MPG!
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Last week I saw a 5th wheel heading down I-75 with the slides open... Bet he lost some MPG!
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I once saw a wagon, being pulled by a pair of tiny miniature donkeys, filled with 8 or 10 drunken hootin/hollerin rednecks, in the drive thru lane at McDonalds in Benson, NC.

Was my first impression of the annual Benson Mule Days festival, which is always a lot of fun.
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Just like the name says and more. I almost twisted off an axle in my haste getting out of this nut house. It was the STRANGEST place I have seen in ALL of my travels.
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Talking about "should not be wearing"
The DW and I were spending a night north of the airport in Pheonix AZ, (which we did not know was the local "Red Light" area) and after a night of ladies comming and going at all hours of the night, we got up early to catch a flight, when we drove down the street we came a cross a big-big lady on a corner advertising her wares.
As we rolled on the floor laughing we noticed a cop sitting in the parking lot behind her, laughing harder than us. I had bigger hankies.
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.........recently my wife and I saw a Volvo SUV going through town with hale bales tied on the roof.......my wife exclaimed, "look honey, MIDDLE CLASS rednecks !!!!"
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Last night the neighbor showed up late, 9:30 PM. He came went the wrong way down the CG road and made several attempts to pull his 40' class A in to an angled site from the wrong direction.

Finally realizing this would never work, he pulled forward and told his wife he would just back in. WOnder how he was going to route his elec and sewer connections???

Fortunately a CG maintenance guy noticed and showed him how to navigate the park and come in from the right direction.

Several of the neighbors were trying to explain to him that he was going th wrong way but he just refused to accept it.
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