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        06-07-2013, 09:37 AM
      #111
    Yearling
    Ha, when I was a manager at a retail store we used a roll of shrink wrap ( plastic wrap) and used the entire roll on one of our bosses truck.. fun times, fun times
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        06-07-2013, 09:40 AM
      #112
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    I confess I have never told a lie, unless I stand to gain. Thinking about it a little deeper, when trying to persuade the finer sex I doubt if I told the truth, or was that a lie also. I'm confused.
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        06-07-2013, 09:41 AM
      #113
    Green Broke
    I confess someone parked in my spot this morning. Just so happened I had a bag of Cheetos in my lunch. The Seagulls love Cheetos and when they eat them in hurry it creates a quick mess at the table. Hope they enjoy the spot.
         
        06-07-2013, 09:42 AM
      #114
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    I confess to putting hand lotion under people's car handles.

    I confess I love telling people they have a flat tire and watching the confused look on their faces when they check.

    I confess I always steal T.P., paper towels, and tissues when I go to my brother's house.
         
        06-07-2013, 09:49 AM
      #115
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by wetrain17    
    I confess to putting hand lotion under people's car handles.

    I confess I love telling people they have a flat tire and watching the confused look on their faces when they check.
    It's only flat on one side.
    I confess I always steal T.P., paper towels, and tissues when I go to my brother's house.
    This is a common response to that. Lol
         
        06-07-2013, 10:26 AM
      #116
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    I confess that I have never even thought about plastic wrapping a car let alone wanting to - but I do now.
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        06-07-2013, 12:11 PM
      #117
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by wetrain17    
    I confess to putting hand lotion under people's car handles.

    I confess I love telling people they have a flat tire and watching the confused look on their faces when they check.

    I used to help my x husband clean the shop where he worked at night. We were young and poor at the time so I would take tp and trash bags....

    I confess that I don't feel bad about it.

    I confess I always steal T.P., paper towels, and tissues when I go to my brother's house.
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        06-07-2013, 06:29 PM
      #118
    Yearling
    I also confess to going back and reading some of the closed threads on the forum because some of you guys had extremely funny responses!

    No judging
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        06-07-2013, 07:58 PM
      #119
    Green Broke
    I confess I love to go with my when he works with his dad so I can follow the guys around and secretly pull their gloves out of their pockets. Hehe

    I confess I have called Brooke into the living room so Josh could stand behind the bookcase and jump out at her.

    I confess that I wait until Josh is peeing and sneak up behind him in the bathroom ad pinch his butt so he jumps... messy but fun.
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        06-10-2013, 04:00 PM
      #120
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    A confession from many years ago!

    I was working at the riding school I had learnt to ride at. One of the owners was pretty ancient and quite eccentric. She was the proud owner of an Allen Scythe equally as old as she was.
    This machine was left under a shelter all winter, well wrapped in hessian sacks and a tarp over the top. Come spring t was time to launch the machine again. One thing you could bet your life on was that it would not start! Choke on or off, no matter how hard you pulled the chord, it would never even sputter.
    This particular year a couple of relations were staying and had come to the stables to pick me up as it was my half day.
    Dave, one of the lads was a mechanic and seeing problems he offered to help. When the boss realised he was a mechanic he was allowed to look at the machine and after a few minutes he said he would fix it the next day.
    On the way home I told them the annoyance of the machine and how I wished it would run faster and not keep cutting out.

    On the morrow he turned up and stripped the machine down to the frame. He then disappeared returning a couple of hours later with several bits and pieces.

    It took him longer to put it together than to strip down but when he started it instead of grunting and groaning this machine purred.

    When the owner came back from escorting a ride she rushed over to see if it had been fixed and when she saw that Dave had fitted a starter and a battery, she was overjoyed and rushed to change into her 'cutting kit'.
    This was not a pretty sight, it consisted of a polo shirt which was fine but she never wore a bra and one young girl had remarked she could tuck her titties into her shorts.
    Her shorts were anything but - they came down to her knees and were only an inch or two above her wellingtons.

    She freewheeled the machine to the top of the triangle field, about half an acre of field all on a fairly steep slope. She pressed the button and the machine purred into life. She put it in gear and thumbed the throttle down.
    Ever seen an elderly lady go down a hill doing 30 m.p.h? I have.

    Every stride she took got longer and longer until each one was at least fifteen feet. `she was slowed slightly by the wind billowing her shorts out! Still she held on and somehow as she reached the flatter ground, she managed to turn it before it hit the hedge.

    I will admit that we were all rolling on the floor laughing, no sympathy at all.
    She drove the scythe up the hill throttle wide ope so that it pulled her up the slope and when she turned to go down again she was a lot lighter with her thumb.

    I confess because it was me that told Dave the machine was to slow so he only did what was asked and speeded it up!
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