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Old 08-13-2007, 04:44 PM
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Here is a pretty decent list of trucker lingo. Thought it was kinda cool. Had not heard some of these. I dont think I saw lot lizzard on there. If you got any more good ones, post them up.

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Old 08-13-2007, 04:47 PM
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I'm not a "trucker" persay, but cool site anyways Logan.
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HA HA... you posted at 4:44..... 7.3 444ci
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Hanging jewlery..........putting on the tire chains.
Going home gear.........top gear.
The big hole...............same as above.
Dweller......................someone who lives in their truck.
Rainbow warrior...........RCMP car, because of the multi colour decal on the sides of the car
County Mounty............RCMP
Bed bug hauler.............Moveing Van

Just a couple more to add to your list Logan.

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Ha - gotta loooove the lingo
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Hahaha, there's lots more, just have to remember them.

Rocking horse..............middle trucks in a convoy
Front door-Back door....self explanitory
Double nickles.............55 mph
Big road.....................Freeway
Skinner-Hand-Old hand-Rig jocky-Highway Hammer- Gear Jammer etc...self explanitory
Going to the beach......Heading for the west coast.

A few more hahaha.
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the joke section caught my eye, here is one

Why Did McDonalds Ban JB Hunt Drivers??

They Kept Tearing Up The Playground Equipment!


Truckers' | Trucking Jokes | Take A Load Off & Laugh At Some Good Trucker Jokes!
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You know why JB Hunt driver's wear those half-finger gloves?


They like seeing their girlfriends in mini-skirts
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Old 12-22-2007, 09:05 AM
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ha ha ha

i like that one. i have heard alot of jb hunt jokes on the road but thats a first for that one.
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in the northern states in the winter barefoot means no tire chains.
also
42- same as 10-4
weiner wagon - Werner truck
then there is...
SWIFT slow wheels in fast traffic
WERNER we employ rookies no experience required
PRIME please remember i'm MO. educated
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