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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by Mrs Glockrunner, Nov 6, 2013.
I just pass them along, folks.....
This girl in highschool added a quart in her winsheld washer fluid container. She wasn't very bright she also wrote a check and tried to put it in drank machine.
Saw some ladie trying to add oil through the dip stick tube. At least it was going into the engine.
We owned gas stations. I have seen it all. Filling the engine with water to the oil filler cap was about the worst.
is that a Mini?
Or a Fiat 500.
Yes, It's a Mini.
Doesn't she realize that she needs a brush to evenly distribute the oil?
Worst of all, It looks to be a can of Mobil 1.
That would be a lot of burning oil . . . . . .
That looks like a scorned woman setting up a freeway engine fire in her cheating ex-bf's prized ******-mobile.
That looks like the conventional Mobil 5000. Mobil 1 doesn't have a red cap.
If that is real she is dumber than dirt.
It would be easy to pass off as a fake but I have seen it. We had gas stations from the late 40s to the mid 80s. We saw it all.
Every possible fluid in the wrong place and in the wrong amount.
Oil dumped on the engine.
Oil filled to the very top.
Oil filled with water, cooking oil and almag oil.
Several cans of starting fluid sprayed in the gas tank.
Brake fluid poured in the tranny, radiator, washer fluid and even splashed right on the rotors.
One of the worst was a woman who needed a new battery. She thought cleaning it might extend the life another year. She remembered her dad cleaning the terminals with water and baking soda. So if baking soda is good for cleaning the outside it might just clean up the inside as well. Right? Wrong. Nasty acid burns to her hands and chest.
Maybe she was hoping to torch it?
All the Best,