July 16, 2019
Everyone makes mistakes. You ignore sage advice and then the thing you were worrying about actually happens and it's your own fault because you decided not to listen to common sense. The guy in this joke did exactly that, see how it panned out.
A new long-distance truck driver was driving along on the freeway. He passed a sign that said, "low bridge ahead" but didn't really pay attention to the meaning.
Before he knew it, the bridge was right in front of him and he could not avoid getting stuck under the bridge. You could say that he got a "Truck Wedgie."
Cars were backed up for miles. People were honking their horns and calling him names. He just sat there in his truck, feeling miserable.
He had already radioed the disaster in and his boss was not impressed. The driver was pretty sure he would lose his job over this stupid irresponsible incident, but there was no way to fix it now.
Finally, a police car pulled up. The cop got out of his car and walked around to the truck driver. Smugly putting his hands on his hips, he asked, "Got stuck, huh?"
The young truck driver who was fed up and feeling kind of reckless by now replied,
"No officer, I was delivering this bridge and ran out of gas!"
It could happen to anyone, right? Share this funny story with your friends, and I'm sure you'll never look at a bridge the same way again.
In another funny bridge story, Norwegian groom Oivin Vabo's bachelor's party took an epic turn when his friends decided to prank him.
Vabo's fear of heights was well known to his buddies and he had always stated that he would never go bungee jumping or parachuting.
In 2013, at a party thrown in his honor before his wedding, his best mates tricked him into agreeing to go bungee jumping off an old bridge.
His friends set up the fake bungee spot in his backyard, complete with wooden steps and a baby splash pool for effect.
Vabo is seen mustering up his courage for the big jump and after a few failed attempts, manages to leap the few inches into the pool. Challenge accepted!
April 27, 2019