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Old 03-30-2011, 07:56 PM   #1
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Riding in a trailer...

Okay, maybe not the right forum, but still:

Illustration. Not sure what type of SOB.

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Funny video.
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If you like that kind of video, you should watch "The Long Long Trailer" with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.

There's a long scene near the middle where she tries to prepare dinner in the trailer, while Ricky drives (and sings) the car.

Priceless!
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Okay, maybe not the right forum, but still:

Illustration. Not sure what type of SOB.

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Funny video.

Wait...Mini makes diesel?
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The cooking scene in the Long Long Trailer was the funniest part of the movie.

Although I've never rode in my trailer I don't think the reality is quite like that, at least on most roads. I've accidentally left glasses sitting on the table and 100 miles later they're in the same place. On some bouncy CA. freeways I've had pillows move a foot or two from original location and a jacket fall off the hanger in the closet.
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The cooking scene in the Long Long Trailer was the funniest part of the movie.

Although I've never rode in my trailer I don't think the reality is quite like that, at least on most roads. I've accidentally left glasses sitting on the table and 100 miles later they're in the same place. On some bouncy CA. freeways I've had pillows move a foot or two from original location and a jacket fall off the hanger in the closet.
Well yes, they used SOB for the movie and the commercial. It'd be pretty boring if they filmed it in an AIRSTREAM!
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