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Old 08-29-2008, 06:41 PM
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I can't even take credit for this story, as it came from a buddy of mine today. But its just so good I had to pass it on. The setup: My buddy (username Prattfan) doesn't have a garage and parks his early 99 F250 on the street in front of his house. Its a popular place as there is always someone visiting his wife or kids. It got to the point when he comes home from work somedays he always had to park down the block because there were too many vehicles in front of the house. So to rectify the situation one of his wifes friends had a custom made sign made just for him reading "Billy's parking only. All others will be towed" and they posted it right along the street at the sidewalk leading up to the house. Pretty much nobody violated the "ordinance" until last weekend...

So last friday night after the weekly dirt track races, he went home to drop off his step son and dad before he ran a quick errand. Low and behold one of his stepson's friends was waiting there for him and parked in Billy's spot... He hollered out the window "move that thing before I get back or I'll move it for you!" The "thing" being a shiny new Toyota or Nissan he wasn't sure but it was a new full size truck. He ran to the store to pick up whatever his wife had called him about and returned home. Was the truck moved you ask? NO! So being the super nice guy he is....... He moved it.... without exiting his own truck!!! He simply egded up to the back bumper with his own, gave it a bit of throttle and pushed the dang thing about 20 feet forward out his spot! He pushed it so far he bumped it in to his step son's S10 truck and pushed it a few feet forward. When he got out and looked at his own bumper he said all it did was leave 2 "clean" spots where it rubbed the dust away... The new shiny thing wasn't so lucky and had a minor ding in the rear bumper along with a scuff, and the front bumper was messed up from the hitch on the S10! Man the kid was pissed!!! Everyone else just laughed and gave him the old "see I told you he was serious!" Billy said he didn't even have to step on the throttle much and he never so much as spun a tire. Just a little low end grunt and that POS slid right out of the way, still in Park.

I read all kinds of kill stories on here that make me chuckle, but I think this one's an original!!! Only wish it was my own. Do you think any of the kids friends will be stupid enough to take up that spot the next time???
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