Which is the most action those shoes will ever see! Why don't we call them everyday shoes? It's not as if I'll ever be running in them!
I mean sure, I know how to drive a car, I can even drive stick shift! Lift-trucks are different though. The back wheels are the wheels that steer - not the front. I'm convinced it will be like that one time I tried to back up a trailer - with the trailer going in the opposite direction I wanted it to.
There's levers too. My car doesn't have any of that shit. There are no forks that can be raised, tilted, and even shifted from side to side. Just one lever for the windshield wipers and another one for the lights. Sometimes I still have trouble with the one for the lights - ask my Dad who has had to drive 15 minutes each way to give me a
FYI? Never walk into a group of strange men and or co-workers and ask for a jump. The proper terminology is boost.
Also? If you are in the habit of leaving your lights on it's best to have your own set of jumper cables. Men these days aren't as manly and prepared as they used to be.
Maybe this is why I'm still single? Am I too manly? Nope - the vagina is still there.
I'm no spring chicken here folks. Forty-two just before that fat fucker Santa came around. How the hell am I going to learn to drive a lift-truck now?
Oh well - if I don't get it at least two of my staff will be right there beside me. Surely one of them will get it. Hopefully both of them - even if I only just remembered to let one of them know he would be going for his lift-truck certification this week.
Surprise - I nominated you. It's a good thing most young guys are okay with learning to drive a lift-truck.
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