I'd bet that driver is taking that single square bale back to their "mini ranchette" to place said bale in their 1/4 acre horse ranch pen.....You know, the pen where they thought they could keep a horse, of which said horse has now eaten up all the grass (horses rip the roots right up, and nothing will grow there again except weeds that said horse(s) will not eat)which means they are left with no choice but to haul a single square bale of hay on the trunk of their car..............That's just awful if you ask me.
High gas prices are a good thing, sometimes.
OMG that's funny. A week or so ago I saw a horse in West, Texas eating it's hay from the trunk of a car. The owner's everyday car.
That is what happens when you tell someone you will pay them $10 an hour to bring you 250 bales of hay.
Farmer could be adding a little money to his 420k.He will probably need a lawyer.
642 You caught me off guard. Well done.
You might be a redneck if you know how many bales of hay will fit in your back seat.
6:42, That was funny!! Well done.
HEY!!!!!*waiting... still waiting...*
The cows and horse gotta eat man. They wont let me get a farm truck because I live in the city limits one 1/2 an acre of land.
ONLY in small town America do you see that!
What ever did become of Stephen Hale?
So, how many miles per bale does that car get?A few years back, I was commuting down 35 E in Lewisville. I came up on an old Jeep Waggoneer that was going pretty slow. As I went by, I noticed the guy had filled the interior with sod. The back end AND the back seat AND the passenger seat, all the way to the roof. And to make himself less obvious, he had sod on the roof AND a couple of layers on the hood.
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