Lot Lizards.

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Kody S.'s Comment
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Ok, no one take this as a joke, but I guess this kinda is a trick question in a way... If a female truck driver comes over to your truck and offers u company, is she still considered a lot lizard???

Daniel B.'s Comment
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I would say so. You'll be able to recognize them immediately. They generally look half-female/half-lizard (no joke). Really disgusting people. I've never had one offer me company, probably because they know they're way out of my league, but I've had a few ask me for money after pitching a few lies.

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Kody S.'s Comment
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Lmao nice!

guyjax(Guy Hodges)'s Comment
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I "go to" answer when I am asked for money "Sorry but I only use company credit cards" works every time without fail. It shuts them up and they walk away.

I guess non drivers don't realize companies will not buy me my expensive toys. Or my food. What they don't know will not hurt them.

Starcar's Comment
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I have seen female drivers who work a second shift as lot lizards...And it took all the willpower I could muster to keep from getting out of the truck and pounding them into the parking lot. Its bad enough that they are prostituting themselves.....but to pull up in a truck, get on the cb and ADVERTISE that they are there and "open for business"...yup...I have to thank God for not going to jail..... Hey Daniel.....dude...you must look like "jail Bait" to those lot lizards......Heck...even I have been propped by them !!! I learned never tell them that your hubby is in the truck....they just offer "twofers" !!!!!!

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Kody S.'s Comment
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Lol I'm guessing u r a female starcar?

Starcar's Comment
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Yes, Kody....and it was a life altering experience..embarrassed.gif .....I thought I was old enough to have seen it all....NOPE shocked.png

John T.'s Comment
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I "go to" answer when I am asked for money "Sorry but I only use company credit cards" works every time without fail. It shuts them up and they walk away.

I guess non drivers don't realize companies will not buy me my expensive toys. Or my food. What they don't know will not hurt them.

Yeah, I'm not sure lot lizards qualify as expensive toys. Or food. A creative accountant might get you a tax deduction IF you were in Nevada. It's a long shot.

Joanna 's Comment
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I have seen female drivers who work a second shift as lot lizards...And it took all the willpower I could muster to keep from getting out of the truck and pounding them into the parking lot. Its bad enough that they are prostituting themselves.....but to pull up in a truck, get on the cb and ADVERTISE that they are there and "open for business"...yup...I have to thank God for not going to jail..... Hey Daniel.....dude...you must look like "jail Bait" to those lot lizards......Heck...even I have been propped by them !!! I learned never tell them that your hubby is in the truck....they just offer "twofers" !!!!!!

Lol, gross! I have heard they will prop anybody. And I can't believe female DRIVERS would do this! Do those no lizard signs actually work or do they bother you anyway?

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HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Kody S.'s Comment
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Well excuse my poor manners but what age r u starcar?

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