Lazy Asses – Installment #3
Truck drivers! You lazy asses! What is this fascination with pissing in gallon containers and leaving them on the exit ramp? Seriously, I understand your need to urinate. I would even go so far as to say I understand your need to urinate in an old milk jug, because you need to make time and can’t spare the ten minutes to pull into the rest area and take a proper whiz. But really, could you do the rest of us the courtesy of disposing of your pee properly? Who in the fuck do you think is going to pick up that jug of apple juice looking piss you have so kindly left sitting on the side of the road? Your lazy ass needs to take care of that yourself!
There you go. There’s the good old fashioned rant we were hoping for!
Glad I could be of service!! lol
You do wonder why they don’t just empty the jug and throw it away later. And who’s going to see you doing your business between the tractor and trailer on the blind side of a parked semi. You’re just checking the tires. I mean, how do you pull it out sitting to do your business and maybe drive at the same time? Messy.
I’m guessing they just stick their dick in the top of the bottle. It’s just fucking disgusting to think about it. The problem is making delivery times more important than someone’s need to urinate. Do people seriously need their stuff so badly that a driver can’t take a couple 15 minute pee breaks?
Not being a guy, I’m not surprised you don’t see how near impossible that is. I’d venture that most of the male population is too girthy in the head to fit in the opening too. Even if the guy is exceptionally long, meaning at least 8″ which is way beyond the flaccid average, it’s still highly impractical from a sitting position. It goes way beyond trying to us one of those hand-held hospital urinals sitting in the bed and you know the size opening on them and the functional shape.
It would be like you trying to use one of those stand to pee gadgets they have for women and hitting the jug.
As seen on TV. HA!!! That was some Monday morning sales meeting. You can see the marketing people saying, “What we need is exposure on television.” Imagine the white board presentation to the CEO. Now that’s an ad I’d like to see. No, I’m not going looking on Youtube and leaving a link.