Truck boarding a ship over planks…

h/t BlackJack

  • Exile1981

    Ok that ended successfully, not what I would have suspected by the way the boards flexed.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      My exact thoughts!
      Still, they were all ‘tards.

      • Exile1981

        I suspect that those boards are not pine or fir as the flex was too great for them not to fail. I also suspect that after each use of those boards the fibers will flex and break a bit more reducing the yield strength of the boards until … snap and splosh

        • Frau Katze

          Yes, regular wood would have broken.

    • I waited for the plunge.

      • Exile1981

        I was disappointed there wasn’t one.

    • Is standard operating procedure?

      If it is, I don’t even want to ride on the boat.

      • The Goat

        They don’t call it the 3rd world for no reason.

        • ntt1

          They sounded Scandinavian,

          • Rosenmops

            Apparently it is in Brazil.

          • lolwut?

            Northern Brazil, speaking Portuguese.

  • eMan14

    I can imagine the look on the face of the insurance company agent responsible for that truck as he watched… assuming it had any insurance at all.

  • Chatillon

    What a pleasant surprise that outcome was.

    • The Goat

      It’s all fun and games until someone loses an F150.

    • Maggat

      Well, a surprise for sure.

  • Maurixio Garcia Sanchez

    What’s the big deal?

  • vimy

    Now we know where the term “boarding a ship” originated

  • Dana Garcia

    Sometimes stupid gets lucky.

  • bverwey

    That driver had brass balls ….. unlike Iraqi troops.

  • Rick McGinnis

    Why do they sound like they’re from the country Latka Gravas came from in Taxi?

  • Rosenmops

    OK maybe I should stop complaining about BC Ferries.

    • Frau Katze


    • lolwut?

      Which reminds me, I’ve been craving a Relic burger and fries at Molly’s Reach.

      Extra ketchup!

  • lolwut?

    From the comments section.

    “Those boards are made of morning wood”