Neither blonde nor female


These  contractors are installing the steel pillars in concrete to stop vehicles  from parking on the pavement outside a  Sports Bar downtown. They are now in the process of cleaning up at the end  of the day and anxious to go home.
How long do  you think it’ll be before they realize where they parked their truck?

Thanks Krisgo

10 thoughts on “Neither blonde nor female”

  1. Not to be a kill joy…it does look pretty foolish, but they likely are the pillars that come out when necessary – often used in an around metropolitan downtowns.

  2. I had a job in a large condo complex years ago, and had to deliver the materials and my equipment from inside the attached underground parking garage. I was driving a cargo van, and entered the garage with about 3-4 inches clearance above my truck, but after we unloaded about 1200+ lbs of construction materials and tools, when I started to drive back out we were now too high to pass under the beams and out the exit. Had to let air out of the tires to get out.
    Yeah, I know…”Doh!”

  3. I think this was just their way to justify the overtime they put on their timecards.
    (“Those extra hours are legit. We needed them to free the truck and replace the bollards. No, sir, I’m not calling YOU a bollard…”)

  4. Reminds me of the trucker that drove from Ontario to B.C. Got all the way here ( to P.G.) and ripped out all the power lines with his load on main street. Kept right on a going. Made it to Houston, B.C. but there was an underpass there that stopped him short. Never went thru a scale, and was over-height. Plugged up the whole underpass for 2 days. This cost the company that he worked for millions.

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