“Let’s sing a song, kids! Over the river and through the—-oh, sh*t.”
“Can you name the truck with four wheel drive, smells like a steak and seats thirty five? CANYONERO!! “
“Top of the line in utility sports, unexplained fires are a matter for the courts! CANYONERO!!”
She blinds everybody with her super high beams,
She’s a squirrel crushing, deer smacking, driving machine!
You know, that could actually be real s**t too! A 20″ (think about that size pipe for a minute) sewer main just broke in Everett WA yesterday causing s**t creek to run right through a neighborhood (and into an actual creek – oh, the salmonity).
OK, now for the caption: You can lead a SUV to water, but you can’t make it dri – well, would you look at that!
#1! Very funny! I saw this on the news also. I feel sorry for the folks that had to smell that!
“I said I thought the Cadillac Ranch was kinda neat, not that you could try to replicate it in the driveway!”
Built with sixty-five tons of American Pride! CANYONERO!
Is that a flood car now?
And that is how it got its name.
The Jones had been underwater with their loan. Now they were just plain underwater.
@musicalmcs8706….Best one so far.
Learning the hard way that “Go Anywhere Capability” was not a literal description but just a line in an advertisement.
Most accidents happen within 10 miles of the home. This guy barely made it 10 yards.
OnStar: “We’ve detected you’ve flooded your car. Would you like us to send assistance?”
“Chevy Tahoe. One owner, low miles. Slight coolant leak.”
Rock had no idea when he bought the Tahoe used from a well drilling company that the special drilling equipment had not been removed.
“Dammit, Bob – I did not argue when you insisted on a moat around the property, but if you don’t get that drawbridge fixed right now, we are gonna have a real problem!”
I tried to like the Tahoe but I always thought it was a little too front-heavy.
I like this one because it’s so subtle.
Can’t use a Chevy to ford that creek.
try overheating on me now, you piece of …
“Only two-wheel drive?…I thought you bought this with four-wheel drive?…oops…”
Son of a ditch.
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