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    Most of the people who own a CB have heard the common CB slang, but recently on my road trips I heard some not so common slang, here are some of the things I heard and wanted to know if others have heard similar of different slang.


    Cherry's and Berry's = Bear (I heard this in Colorado)

    Loli Pop = Mile Marker

    Pickle Park = Man to Man activity in the rest stop area, if you know what I mean

    Lot Lizard = Prostitute Working

    Chicken Coop = Weigh Station

    DOT = Department Of Transportation

    Unmarked = LEO

    Organ Donor = Person riding motorcycle

    Black and White = THP (Very common slang in Texas for Texas Highway Patrol)

    I remember a Truck Driver in Colorado that I was speaking to was giving me the BEAR report for Wyoming over Thanksgiving and he heard my RD go on and he gave it a name, but I just can't remember what he said it was called, so I know Truckers have a Slang for Radar Detectors, it wasn't camera or taking pictures it was something else.

    These are just the beginning of things I heard that weren't common on the CB Slang sites I visited, feel free to share the things you have heard.

    Thanks For Reading.
    Last edited by SoulSeeker; 01-07-2010 at 03:37 PM.

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    Bird Dog = Radar Detector

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    Four Wheeler = Most of us (non truck drivers)
    Loose Dingle Berries = Dragging chains or straps


    I will add more as I think about them.

    The funniest thing I have ever heard (it may be one of those "you had to be there" moments but..)

    There were these 2 guys carrying on a real conversation on channel 19 but their nasal tone and southern accent was so bad that it sounded like this:


    "Near nat neem nare nodnam fourwheeeler nearly nodnam nip me no in na dirt"

    And the other one cameback with a "I hear ya, same thing just almost happened to me"

    Then the other guy would continue with his "Nasal Speak" and the 2 of them kept this up for a while until finally someone said "WHAT HE SAY?"

    Without missing a beat some one else came back with...

    "WHAT WE HAVE HERE... IS FAILURE...TO ENUNCIATE"

    (if you are so young that you have to look up Strother Martin or "Cool Hand Luke" then it is not even funny )

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    Quote Originally Posted by STiMULi View Post
    Four Wheeler = Most of us (non truck drivers)
    Loose Dingle Berries = Dragging chains or straps


    I will add more as I think about them.

    The funniest thing I have ever heard (it may be one of those "you had to be there" moments but..)

    There were these 2 guys carrying on a real conversation on channel 19 but their nasal tone and southern accent was so bad that it sounded like this:


    "Near nat neem nare nodnam fourwheeeler nearly nodnam nip me no in na dirt"

    And the other one cameback with a "I hear ya, same thing just almost happened to me"

    Then the other guy would continue with his "Nasal Speak" and the 2 of them kept this up for a while until finally someone said "WHAT HE SAY?"

    Without missing a beat some one else came back with...

    "WHAT WE HAVE HERE... IS FAILURE...TO ENUNCIATE"

    (if you are so young that you have to look up Strother Martin or "Cool Hand Luke" then it is not even funny )
    Naw it's still funny , us young'ns had Major Payne to clue us in.

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    AirMoore actually told me about a great site to learn CB slang it's CB SLANG.

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    I heard the lot lizards on my trip back from Missouri offer "a complete oil change at exit 69" (we were no where near 69!). The conversation she had with a trucker involved him asking if that included "polishing his wheels"!

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    Default Re: CB Slang

    plain wrapper = unmarked unit

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    Wiggle-Wagon= one of those 2 trailer rigs
    Full Grown = State Trooper
    County-Mounty= Sherriff
    Gator= Shredded tire in the road

    I've heard a LEO shooting LIDAR called a Kojak with a Kodak

    I had a driver call out a gator once when I had my 10 year old in the car. She asked what he said and I told her that "There was a gator at such and such mile marker"

    You should have seen her pop up and start looking She was a little dissapointed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by STiMULi View Post
    "WHAT WE HAVE HERE... IS FAILURE...TO ENUNCIATE"
    Great quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Chariot View Post
    I heard the lot lizards on my trip back from Missouri offer "a complete oil change at exit 69" (we were no where near 69!). The conversation she had with a trucker involved him asking if that included "polishing his wheels"!

    Don't forget the slip & slide.

 

 
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