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Old 07-19-2014, 06:50 AM
Mobius396 Mobius396 is offline
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I live on a farm with no neighbors in sight. Needless to say, just about everything outside gets pee'd on from time to time. Even my little girl knows how to pee outside.

Anyway, we had a roofing crew doing my house. They kept climbing into they're van to pee. I happened to notice so I mentioned to the guy that I wouldn't be offended if they "watered a tree". A couple of days go by and I see one of them behind a tree so just for fun, I yell "HEY, WHAT ARE YOU DOING!" He yanks his pants up, completely soaking them and turned bright red. It was so damn funny! Turns out they liked to play pranks to, so it all worked out.
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Old 07-20-2014, 01:39 PM
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About to mow my own with my new Navigator, on my first Saturday off since March 1. I need entertainment. Just trying to relax today (which somehow involves mowing my lawn).
Lord knows we all have pee break stories. As landscapers, we often have to get creative when nature calls....

I was once taking that quick, truck door cracked pee break, when my client suprised me and proceeded to chat with me thru the open truck windows as I grasped my by then doused manitals. I think she knew, but didn't care...

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Ya'll have got to have some funny stories. Help me get a laugh while I get this lawn knocked down (damn feather meal makes sh*t grow well)!
If you own an enclosed trailet, always good to have a five gallon bucket, extra plastic shopping bags prefilled with several scoops of kitty litter in them. Afterwards, just tie off and toss.
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