So the other day had a customer that has a sewer line that runs through a pasture that had broken and they didnt know it. When I got there to fix it there was poo everywhere and it was really swampy. I took my backhoe and dug out both ends and laid a new stick in there and pushed the muck around with the backhoe when i noticed I was getting a flat on my front tire. So I promptly loaded it onto the trailer and headed to the tire shop to get it fixed. Now mind you my truck is clearly marked as a plumbing truck. The office guys tell me I dont need to unload it they could do it right on the trailer so I watched the employee go out there and unbolt the tire and remove it from the tractor. he isnt wearing any gloves and by this time im snickering to myself inside the showroom watching this unfold. As they guy is rolling the tire toward the shop he stops and smells his hands and I am dying laughing at this point. Guess he learned a major rule of plumbing s@#t stinks mud dont. HAHAHA
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