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Would you tell your boss the truth?

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T :canttalk: HIS GUY WAS DRIVING INTERSTATE 44 IN ST. LOUIS TO WORK FROM
BALLWIN AND MADE IT TO HAMPTON WHEN HE HEARD A POP, IT SOUNDED LIKE A FLAT TIRE.... HE OPENS THE HOOD AND JUMPED A MILE.... CO-WORKER RECOGNIZES HIM AND PULLS OVER...IMAGINE CALLING IN..I WILL BE LATE AND UH.....
THIS IS WHAT WAS MAKING THE NOISE!! :canttalk:
 

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AKPsiMC03 said:
my question is.... how did a snake that big get in there?
I have no clue how that happened. One of my customers at work emailed that to me. I have found mice in my truck before but that is crazy
 

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Katshot said:
That is pretty nasty!.
Maybe I'm MISSING something but what does this have to do with "why I drive American"?
It really has nothing to do with it. Its just an attention getter b/c the snake is in a honda or something of that sort
 

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Had a friend with something similar.
A 1978-79 Trans-Am with hoodscoop (Screamin' Hood Chicken).
Walks out to his car (It's was winter time) starts it, hears a yowl from under the hood and from the scoop flew a lot of cat hair.

He turned the car off and went back inside.

He had a real hard time explaining that one to his neigbour :p
 

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When it's cold out, it is common for cats to go up in the engine of a parked car to stay warm. Happened with my Grand Marquis once, don't worry I noticed before I ran the engine, as I checked my oil first, fortunately!
 
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