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Discussion in 'Jokes and Humour' started by RacingTurtles, Aug 16, 2014.
(image courtesy of Cyril Huze's blog):
That'll work. Lol
Stops the truck being stolen?
Please tell me there are photos of immediately after they drive off.
Tight, loose, tight, loose, tight, loose…….
I get the feeling it would twist and continue to tighten, but my brain just isn't letting me work out if that's the case or not.
2... maybe 3.
Edit: Scrap that, just realized it's a Navara, so 1.
Road registered quads were everywhere in the south of France. Seems to be the latest European craze.
I would say he's a boarder line window licker, they even give them a licence now
Got a navara, a quad and some straps?
Give it a go....
Nope. But after thinking about it for a moment, it's gunna twist tighter.
I'll go back to my original request of wanting photos of after they drove off
They're not those pimped up spinny hubs are they?
One particular saying has served me well over the years..
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
What has four wheels and a collective IQ of 2?
Four bogans in a VL Commodore.
What contributes the most to the collective IQ, and what is its individual IQ?
The car's ECU. IQ = 2...
The IQ of a house plant.
Almost as good as the guy who brought his bike into work with a buggered rear shock.
He'd fitted a rear rack himself, very carefully bolted to the frame and then to a nice and handy large diameter bolt.. The rear axle..
Another brain-fart, this one from someone in marketing department at Thomson Reuters, apparently. I mean... are you sure you'd want to do business with this company?!?
This one is going on the back wall of my maths classroom. Thank you!
I'm ashamed to confess it took me 2 minutes to work that out, sheesh.
Perhaps because it's actually an accurate reflection of most Corporations values?