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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-24-2009, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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Kinda reminds me of the road construction crews here....First you have to understand that they too talk a little funny...Si Si amigo!!!! Next if they are building a new higher freeway ramp, they are all standing on the edge of this new higher road way scooping out the skirts or lack of bloomers, during the rush hour traffic....Next if it is a two man job there are 12 more leaning on their shovels and at least 4 supervisors over at the edge checking out the skirts or lack of bloomers....A two month job turns into a 6 month job because there are one or two women that wear really short skirts and no bloomers......on that drive past this site every day.....

All of these road construction workers wear dark glasses......It is an occupational hazard from working on our freeways here....It is called severe eye strain from checking out those skirts or the lack of bloomers.....

Gotta love them guys, what with multi million dollar machines that can pour a slab so smooth you could roll a bowling ball for miles on it...But due to the checking out those skirts or lack of bloomers on some of these women, these roads have more dips and high spots than an E-Ride at Disney Land......

Then they have to call in a concrete grinder to smooth down these high spots......Yeah ya gotta love these guys......Si Si.....Amigo.....

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Sounds like our Cal Tran.. They get run over by snails all day..
What the heck is a Billy Can ????????????

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Billy Can = small pot to be suspended above heat sauce,
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For making coffee ?????????

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Billy Can = small pot to be suspended above heat sauce,
never mind the billy can ,what the hell is heat sauce ,, is that YR brown sauce or is it tomatoe sauce ?or is it a Welsh word for source??You get away with nothing here

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Yea inquiring minds need to know..........

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never mind the billy can ,what the hell is heat sauce ,, is that YR brown sauce or is it tomatoe sauce ?or is it a Welsh word for source??You get away with nothing here

Heat sauce involves Jalapenos or Habaneros Or Tobasco or some such thing. Normally it is used to hide the flavor of something unpalatable.





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A flame thrower ?????

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