A typical day in Beer Can Springs NV

Mikey P

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Got up at 5AM, dealt with a PHX price shopper, talked to Victoria about manual details and some event details, shipped off a few Glides and got to my first and only cleaning job at 10am

Recent widow who found me on the local neighborhood FB group. She knew all about my OHV club and the desert clean ups as well as my You Tube Channel where “You teach others how to clean things”

She said she had met Paula and myself a few times around town, I recalled one of the times, which she appreciated.

I got a 360 degree tour of her property and asked if I knew of a person that hauls things to the dump. 4 vacuums, a shitty BBQ, a coffee table and some trash.
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(Guess where Davis is right now) Each tree, bush, end table, porcelain doll, figurine and piece of wall art had a story. She moved here in 1989 and paid $240k for the house new, today it would sell for $900k overnight. Despite all the OEM fixtures…
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She tried to pawn off all of her husbands’ tools on me, but most was junk or I already had it. She never had kids with him and was unsure what number wife she was but was very area that his lineage was waiting on her to9 move on the split up the 900.
Her 35-year-old Cockatiel must be a world record setter and sadly is her only friend.

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She called me this time because the young guy who Carpet Cops sent out a few years ago started out great, but after the office called his face went long and cold and he rushed through the lob, leaving many puddles on her transition areas
Took over an hour before I started to vacuum. Notice I didn’t say “pre” Jimmy.

$345 plus a 35 tip, and what ever she paid Davis for the dump run, which she imagined was going to cost over $500.

No charge for removing the OEM smoke alarm that was beeping every minute. “Oh that, I just turn down my hearing aides”…


Came home, did an oil change on the KLR, arranged to ship 230 Glides, wrote this... and now I need to see what Darcie has found F’d up in our manual, pack up more Glides and maybe install some crash bars on the KLR, as I’m going to the Crowley Columns while you real premium idiots block furniture tomorrow, which the she TOLD ME TO NOT BOTHER WITH, since the Carpet Kid left them the last time.

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Life is beautiful, the end.
 

SamIam

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I'm looking forward to twin lakes and mammoth tomorrow thru Sunday.

2 dogs a wife, my sister, and niece.

And my son and his wife will be there
 

SamIam

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sam miller
lol...dude I'm on the bike riding all day..




We can just cut to the chase, go ask your wife how many times a night you scream out my name in your sleep
She yells Sam sometimes and scares the shit out me.

I throw pillows at large 🕷️.
 

Mike J

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Mike Joannides
Typical day off, Van in service.

This monster, lol, is my Downhill speed solo rush- feel the momentum baby


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DAT

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Been doing a lot urine job lately 🤮
Can't say no at the moment. So far, every single customer been happy. I made over $800 today on 2 job today dealing with urine. Both gave me $50 tip. Urine lock or saiger p lime enzyme is what working.
 

Nomad74

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Been doing a lot urine job lately 🤮
Can't say no at the moment. So far, every single customer been happy. I made over $800 today on 2 job today dealing with urine. Both gave me $50 tip. Urine lock or saiger p lime enzyme is what working.
Marty will tell you Psor is all you will ever need.
 
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Doug B
his evil aussie accent
Sometimes it is which words are used because we don't all call things by the same name. While watching The Wiggles with my kids when they were little, my wife and I asked each other "Did he just say slippery dick?" We replayed it many times to see if that's what he said. Sure sounded like it. Figured it out a few days later when watching again (thanks to closed captioning). He said "slippery dip" when he was referring to a slide at the playground. Take a ride on the slippery dip is just not as risqué as what we thought we had heard.
 

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