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Talking Look at my mom's car

I went back from a humor show and I saw that the gas cap of my mom's car was opened. Then I thought that someone put some sugar in it and look what I saw lol





The guy from the gas station forgot to remove the gun or break it off in it and my mom payed and go. and never saw a thing . Moms are so cool

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hahaha. I see that sh!t every now and then, I hope it never happens to me.
The last time I saw that happen...a lady pumped gas,
put the filler gun back and went straight into the car wash....
gas cap dangling, gas cover open and high pressure water bouncing it around...
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My female friend did that once. Cracked me up!!! But she went back and paid for it.
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non-self serve (don't know what the real name is, full service?)? they still have that?
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i think in some places (new jersey) it's a law that you can't pump your own gas

stupid, though it SHOULD prevent things like this from happening when you have a highly trained gas pumper to do the work for you /sarcasm
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i think in some places (new jersey) it's a law that you can't pump your own gas

stupid, though it SHOULD prevent things like this from happening when you have a highly trained gas pumper to do the work for you /sarcasm
are you serious? can anyone else confirm? i've never heard of that before....
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damn did your mom go back to the gas station and tell him ..... thats kinda funny

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Yup, full service in New Jersey. You're not allowed to pump your own gas. And, there are wicked power outages (not storm related) during the summer. It's weird.

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no she didn't tell him back because there is no dammage to the car.

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that is messed up right there.... and i don't know that i would want full service... it hasn't been here in years. just the thought of them spilling gas all over my bike and such. i would rather have the control of doing it myself i guess.

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wow, that is the weirdest thing. i've spent time recently in michigan, illinois, indiana, and california. i haven't even SEEN one full service station. and then you have a state like new jersey where EVERY station is full service? anyone know why it's completely the opposite? lots of gas theft?
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To freakin funny man....
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The garage I go to is full service (Its also where we get our cars serviced), but whenever someone pulls up on a bike they give them the nozzle. I was told they do this because of the proximity of a hot engine to the gas tank and they dont want to be held responsible if for some reason it goes boom. And for those of you wondering why I would bother to pay full service when I have to do it myself, its for the highly enlightening conversation you get from mechanics ;)

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i think in some places (new jersey) it's a law that you can't pump your own gas

stupid, though it SHOULD prevent things like this from happening when you have a highly trained gas pumper to do the work for you /sarcasm
ive heard this to about NJ

but in NY where i live, around albany, there are a few full service. but not like ur big mobil or anything.

one normal one i see is some little like citgo private owner one. but i never go there.

i have never seen a nozzel ripped off, but i have seen people forget to close it up.
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what i hate about gas guns on some stations is that it has that stupid rubber thing on the nozzle. then when im done filling my car, gas leaks on the side of my car. why cant they just take off that stupid cover off the nozzle?
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Extrememly lucky it didn't rip the hell out of the car! This girl I knew in high school did that and it f-ed her car up pretty bad.
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i think in some places (new jersey) it's a law that you can't pump your own gas
Yup...Oregon also. We have stations here called Swifty where it's nothing but full service but every other station is self(unless your handicapped).
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full service? no thanks. thats extra money! its usually more expensive than others, and i usually tip the guy when he cleans my windshield and rear window.
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Pumping your own gas in NJ is illegal, however, the attendants always hand motorcyclists the nozzle.
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I was just about to mention that. :icon_lol:


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I fueled up my truck at a gas station in Oregon once. It was busy and when I finished pumping my gas, I went inside to pay. Well, the cashier was terribly upset. Who pumped your gas? I did! You can't do that, it's illegal! Get out! Oh well, too late now, it was $20 -- here! I can't take that -- you have to go get a ticket from an attendant. You've got to be kidding me! <go outside and find an attendant> Hi, I need a ticket for the grey pickup. Did you get gas? Yeah, it was $20. Who pumped it? I did! You can't do that! So I hear...I need a ticket to pay! It's illegal to pump your own gas! Yeah, I know that now! I need a ticket! You can get fined for that! Yeah, whatever! Just gimme a $%@#%$ ticket, so I can get out of this podunk hillbilly town!!!

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full service? no thanks. thats extra money! its usually more expensive than others, and i usually tip the guy when he cleans my windshield and rear window.
What's funny is the gas in Jersey is cheaper than the national average.
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What's funny is the gas in Jersey is cheaper than the national average.
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Well, I guess if you can't pump your own gas, you can't steal it, so they don't have to account for that in the price maybe? Just thinking out loud here.

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haha too funny. I wouldn't have told my mom about it....let her drive around for a few days til she needed to get gas again. I bet the next person to pump the gas for her would have been a little sketched out. Or maybe stick a fake arm on the pump and put some fake blood around it to make it look like she ripped the guys arm right off. But I'm a jackass. haha
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I live in NJ, and it's nice in the winter time or in the rain to just pull up, hand them a credit card, and wait for the gas. Although the people who fill up the gas only really understand the term "Fill-Up". Say anything else, and they'll give you a blank look. lol
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