Tuesday, October 12, 2010

New meaning to McPieces Parts

A message board buddy shared this on Crackbook, and I couldn't help but share it here.

The caption reads "McDonalds In Hartsville , South Carolina. A friend of mine posted this. I just had to repost it! Talk about a BAD spelling error!!! :)"

Thanks Tim Lavinder for permission to post this after swiping it from your page.

Monday, August 9, 2010

How many words is this worth?

There is a blogger/knitter that I stalk and she posted this to her Facebook page, saying

"The Kodiak Police Department just moved to a brand new building. Landscapers were hired to plant grass, and they had a little fun with it. Photo taken by my mom."

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Industrious, no?

My pal Kim saw this and posted it on Facebook, tagging me for the blog. I love when people send me this stuff. I haven't been as fast on the shutter lately and have missed lots of funny things on the road.

Kim said "This guy is pulling a lawn mower with the grass catcher in his milk crate. ... FYI the only thing in this area of town is where the interstates cross and a bunch of resturants, oh and a Walmart. So, I figure he was making a Run for the Boarder (Taco Bell) and then to Walmart. I've seen many milk crates filled with beer"
Quite honestly, I'm just a tad surprised there isn't a passenger on the lawnmower, hitching a ride with him to the store.
What? there's room for one.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Brought & Paid For

well, there are few words needed here.
Grammar = FAIL
(click the picture for a closer look)

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Foot Funk

The only reason I can come up with is her feet smell really bad from sitting up at the soccer field so many hours in this blazing Florida heat.

This from Kristina:

Are you flippin' serious!? Yep, this "person" was driving down US1 with her foot hanging out the driver side window. To my motorcycle people: please be careful, there are asswipes everywhere.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Hell froze in New Orleans

I was trolling Crackbook and one of my board buddies posted this picture.

(it says "They must be wearing coats in hell. GO SAINTS!")

Thursday, January 7, 2010

redneck payload

A friend who works at Home Depot sent this to my husband. The caption in the message was simply "classic redneck leaving home depot!"
This happens A LOT there apparently. The vehicle:a small pickup (ie: Ranger, S-10, Isuzu Hombre) with a small bed.
They just drove past a much larger Home Depot rental vehicle.
In the bed of the truck?
That is two PALLETS of concrete mix. Those are bags of powdered material you mix with water to make concrete. One bag weighs between 30 and 60 pounds, depending on the brand etc. I estimate each pallet has about 50 bags on it. Just the low estimate would be well over 1500 pounds each pallet. There's at least 3,000 pounds on the truck. Even a regular full size truck like a Silverado or F150 would struggle with this weight.

But that's a redneck for you.
"Nawp we'll git it in one trip. I ain't rentin' thayr truck when I got mah own. And I ain't wastin' time and gas makin' two trips neither."
They're very obviously bad at math and science.