Lot Lizards and Other Riff-Raff

Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by jedi_tev, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. Lurchgs

    Lurchgs Road Train Member

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    I feel for you and her, man. That's a total pain in the . sitdownupon.

    I'm not sure how my wife does it. No, she'd never be asked to appear in Playboy (or any of the other great literature). But I've seen it - people do NOT mess with her. They don't generally approach

    Just wanna clear up a little nit, though - the Mace is the stick with the knob on the end (usually with nasty pointy things). The device with stick, ball, AND chain is a mourningstar.
     
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  3. jedi_tev

    jedi_tev Light Load Member

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    Yes THAT would be a Mace!!!:biggrin_255: And not a bald black guy in Jedi robes!!!
     
  4. dwayne

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    thanks for the info lurch.. i always crack up if picture the wife chasing some with a mourningstar ( :biggrin_25525: ) ....
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  5. kimmeegoose

    kimmeegoose Light Load Member

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    My step mom says, for Christmas, she's gonna get my hubby a sticker to put on his truck that says Lot Lizards with a circle around it and a line across it. :biggrin_255:

    I don't think he will be able to put it on his company truck but it will be a good laugh when he opens it.
     
  6. Lilbit

    Lilbit Road Train Member

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    There was actually one of those on the very first truck I was assigned!
     
  7. rikdev50s

    rikdev50s Medium Load Member

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    I like that idea... mace, the kind with a spiked ball...drivers might show a little more respect to her. #### shame. It's something about acting like they never saw a female before, just sad. Guess that's why the lot lizzards survive.
     
  8. AfterShock

    AfterShock Road Train Member

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    Lot Lizards engage in the world's oldest profession.
    They've been around even longer than Big truck truck drivers.
    Imagine that.
    Can it then be assumed that they have job security? :biggrin_255:
     
  9. TrooperRat

    TrooperRat Medium Load Member

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    My only thought is that - at least in the past as I don't have to park in truck stops and rest areas and all kinds of strange places anymore - if a half-woman comes knocking at your door and you answer it - be really nice. There's a fancy car parked somewhere with a ####y dude that has weaponry and will use it if he feels the need. You know, the pimp portion of this equation? Of course, that was the "old" days - though I have serious doubts much has changed in that particular industry.......
     
  10. Ducks

    Ducks "Token Four-Wheeler"

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    Yep, Shockey, you are correct. As long as big truck drivers are willing to pay for their services, their "jobs" are secure.
     
  11. CURTWAYNE

    CURTWAYNE Medium Load Member

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    Now all you single guys have a chance at public service here. If approached by a lot lizard, ask her to accompany you into the shower. She can wash your backside, and get cleaned up herself. Give her $10 for the service. Not only are you double clean, but so is she. At least for the next driver she services.
    I always told them I was too tired to get it up, and too broke to pay for the services.
    Thanks anyway ma'am.
     
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