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Friday, May 20, 2011

Friday Funnies

These funnies were seen as we drive on Rte. 40 in NC last weekend.

car grillCurious as to what was on the back of this car, we took a zoomed-in look . . .

car grill (5)

This brings tailgating parties to a new level. Want one too?

Get it here (only $400).

This motorist drove prepared for any gas shortage along the way. NC got gas

9 comments:

Sandra said...

just what i always wanted, a tail gate grill. wow, what will they think of next. our truck is our baby and we would never ever cook on it, hubby treats it like it is a child. hummmmm on the last photo... good way to entertain yourself on the highway.

L. D. Burgus said...

Have grill will travel. That is a hoot. I guess I have seen them at pregames, but didn't know they were attached to the van.

Montanagirl said...

Fun post!

Daisy said...

Funny pictures, Beatrice. The gas cans on top are a sign of the times, I suppose. :)

grammie g said...

Hi Beatrice...oh my heavens that first on is to so comical lol
Gas cans on the roof...must be a redneck...lol
Probably both are!!
Keep them coming!!

Ginnie said...

I have a friend here in North Carolina who was ticketed for carrying gas like that. I think it's considered a fire hazard but we're allowed to have small cans of gas used for mowers, etc.

possum said...

Now that is scary! Must be a law against carrying gas on the roof. We used to carry cans of water on the roof of our wagon in the Middle East, but not gas. We did have a second gas tank installed, however, kind of like a lot of pick-up trucks around here.
I agree, rednecks, no doubt.

Mama-Bug said...

You never know what you'll see on the highways of America! Thanks for sharing!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Seeing these sites along the highway is further evidence that having a camera along is always a great idea. It's even better when Grenville is driving and I just get to look for some fun photos. They certainly are out there!

Sandra, the tailgating gas grill was a new one to us too. Guess we don't get out much to places where these are used, Larry. Yes Daisy, Grammie, Ginnie, Possum, and Mama-Bug we thought the gas cans atop the car was quite novel and wondered too about the legality, but maybe they were empty...still seems like dangerous cargo.

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