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In honor of my old tool buddy The Wildman. I have decided to do my best on this new job site to make him proud. I know he lurks around here as a guest so hopefully he sees this post. You see I lost his phone number and can't get in touch with Little Beard or Premadona Brother to get it back.

Anyway I have taken to howling at work. At first I got some strange looks. However now I got boiler makers, pipe fitters, and electricians responding in kind. Or even instigating the howl. Homie was right. Work can be fun, you just have to make it that way. Homie always said sometimes it just takes a little crazy to make the day go faster and be more enjoyable for everyone. Well I'm just the lunatic to do that. Why anyone would want to work in an office environment is beyond me. Working construction is too much fun. Y'all construction workers on here know what I mean. Especially, those who have injured themselves and are trying to find there way again.

Dorkel Dillard, AKA Wildman, this is Gorilla Skinhead, AKA Collard Green Gorilla. Hit up Little Beard and get in touch with me. I found something even your crippled pipe fitter/iron worker butt can do down here.

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In honor of my old tool buddy The Wildman. I have decided to do my best on this new job site to make him proud. I know he lurks around here as a guest so hopefully he sees this post. You see I lost his phone number and can't get in touch with Little Beard or Premadona Brother to get it back.

Anyway I have taken to howling at work. At first I got some strange looks. However now I got boiler makers, pipe fitters, and electricians responding in kind. Or even instigating the howl. Homie was right. Work can be fun, you just have to make it that way. Homie always said sometimes it just takes a little crazy to make the day go faster and be more enjoyable for everyone. Well I'm just the lunatic to do that. Why anyone would want to work in an office environment is beyond me. Working construction is too much fun. Y'all construction workers on here know what I mean. Especially, those who have injured themselves and are trying to find there way again.

Dorkel Dillard, AKA Wildman, this is Gorilla Skinhead, AKA Collard Green Gorilla. Hit up Little Beard and get in touch with me. I found something even your crippled pipe fitter/iron worker butt can do down here

I figure you've got a few minutes before Long Mike gets u http://www.bassresource.com/bass-fishing-forums/topic/131026-100/ 

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Howling?  Be careful that it's not the mating call of a female gorilla.  I'll leave the rest to your fertile, twisted, imagination.

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Hopefully you can find your "tool" buddy and he understands the language of insanity.

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Hopefully you can find your "tool" buddy and he understands the language of insanity.

He understands it. Hell he is the one that taught me that language. The man is patched up and parted together like Frankenstein's monster. Back when he was 23. He fell 130 feet in a building they were building. Bounced the steel the whole way down and lived to tell about it. We think he may have addled his brain in the fall. Not sure though. Despite this. The man will work circles around dang near anyone.

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Is that English? confused2.gif

Its constructionese. You ain't been outta the trade that long.

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Howling - that's rich.

 

You'd fit right in with our pack . . .

 

They serenade us a couple of times a day.

 

Do you think you'd like living in the woods ?

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTcnVK6GdTE

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Howling - that's rich.

 

You'd fit right in with our pack . . .

 

They serenade us a couple of times a day.

 

Do you think you'd like living in the woods ?

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTcnVK6GdTE

 Ajay, you do read his posts right? Living in the woods is inevitable.  :timeout:

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Howling - that's rich.

 

You'd fit right in with our pack . . .

 

They serenade us a couple of times a day.

 

Do you think you'd like living in the woods ?

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

 

  

Ajay, you do read his posts right? Living in the woods is inevitable.  :timeout:

I spend most my free time in the woods already. Either hunting or fishing secluded ponds. If we get the house we are looking at I will be living about 5 minutes from the WMA I like to hunt. Yup I can definitely cope with living in the woods.

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RNF, I tried every language in google translator and none of them helped me understand what you were trying to say.

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Translation: My very good friend Wildman and I have lost contact with each other. Tool buddy also means work partner or however you wanna say it. He (wildman) has been known to read (even though he at one time claimed to be illiterate) these forums as a mysterious guest. IE. He is not a member. I have lost the numbers for two of my very close working friends. (Little Beard and Premadona Brother) those are nicknames. Wildman honestly knows nobodies real name. Everyone has or had a nickname.

Middle part. Self explanatory.

Last part.

Dorkel Dillard, Also Known As Wild man. This is Gorilla Skinhead (me), Also Known As Collard Green Gorilla (again me). Hit up (get in contact with) Little Beard (previously explained) and get in touch with me. I have found something even your crippled (because he is) butt can do down here.(Also Known As a job down here.)

Gorilla Skinhead and Collard Green Gorilla are the two nicknames he gave to me. Because I was freaking jacked at that time (gorilla). I was bigger than most everyone else on the job site (collard green). I'm bald and shave my head (skinhead).

Does this help any?

RNF, I tried every language in google translator and none of them helped me understand what you were trying to say.

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You tradesmen in the south are just way too creative. We use standard slurs to refer to our brother tradesmen. None of which can be repeated here.

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Man, when I read the opening post it brought me back a couple of years when we had this crew up from Alabama polishing/burnishing concrete floors and they had talked like that...I first asked for their green cards then went on Amazon and purchased "Hooked on Phonics".

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You tradesmen in the south are just way too creative. We use standard slurs to refer to our brother tradesmen. None of which can be repeated here.

He was dang sure creative. Some of the ones I can repeat on here. Flash, Pusher, Red Beard, BroMan (all one word), Nerd, Dork, Rhino, Premodona Brother 1&2, Too Tall, Big red, Little Red, Red, BullDog, Mega "Richard", Big "Richard", and Little "Richard". The last three were the names he gave the owner and his two sons. He addressed them by those names too.

Now the rest of us though. We tend to gravitate towards the standard side of the scale.

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Man, when I read the opening post it brought me back a couple of years when we had this crew up from Alabama polishing/burnishing concrete floors and they had talked like that...I first asked for their green cards then went on Amazon and purchased "Hooked on Phonics".

Floor Buffers huh? They are not representative of us Alabama tradesmen. How dare you classify illeagals in the same category as us hard working white trash down heya. I'm ashamed of you.

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Floor Buffers huh? They are not representative of us Alabama tradesmen. How dare you classify illeagals in the same category as us hard working white trash down heya. I'm ashamed of you.

They all produced Alabama state drivers license and were all from....Birmingham...I had no clue what they were talking about.

 

They grind and polish old concrete floors in a 7 step process, add colorant and burnish to a semi-gloss sheen. Pretty neat process and the final product is an unbelievable transformation for a VCT floor to a beautiful polish concrete.

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Back in the 80's out in the oil fields in the Bakersfield area all the companies used CB radios to communicate........everyone on the same channel.

Some guy declared himself 'Wolfman'......and every morning, at the end of everyday and at different times of day would key his mike and release a long howl and then make some kind of statement.

" aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhoooooooooooooooooo. The wolfman says, it's time to go home!" On a Friday afternoon.

Or

"Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhoooooooooooo. The wolfman says it's time to eat." At lunch time on a Tuesday.

Always in secret and nobody seemed to know who it was.

There was one particular foreman for Branch oilfield construction that absolutely hated this guy and his howling. His name was Whitey and he was in his 40s or so. He would jump on the radio and holler at wolfman that he was breaking radio protocol and if he ever caught him......he would make sure this wolfman never worked on that oil lease again!

This went on for a year or so.

Then very early one morning Whitey was at home and was awakened by the wolfman. Aaaaaaahhhhhhooooooo.......the wolfman says get your ass up!

Whitey half alarmed and half homicidal.......ran outside to find his wolfman. It was his own son!

Needless to say Whitey learned to chill out a little and have some fun at work!

And it did not matter that everyone now knew who the wolfman was.........it was still as enjoyable as ever when the wolfman howled and announced his thoughts!

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They all produced Alabama state drivers license and were all from....Birmingham...I had no clue what they were talking about.

 

They grind and polish old concrete floors in a 7 step process, add colorant and burnish to a semi-gloss sheen. Pretty neat process and the final product is an unbelievable transformation for a VCT floor to a beautiful polish concrete.

Well in that case. Welcome to meeting the wonderful people from the Deep South! You think we are something. Wait til you meet them Mississippi boys, and backwoods Louisiana boys. They make us Birmingham boys look tame.

I've seen them do it before. The process and final product is amazing.

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Back in the 80's out in the oil fields in the Bakersfield area all the companies used CB radios to communicate........everyone on the same channel.

Some guy declared himself 'Wolfman'......and every morning, at the end of everyday and at different times of day would key his mike and release a long howl and then make some kind of statement.

" aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhoooooooooooooooooo. The wolfman says, it's time to go home!" On a Friday afternoon.

Or

"Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhoooooooooooo. The wolfman says it's time to eat." At lunch time on a Tuesday.

Always in secret and nobody seemed to know who it was.

There was one particular foreman for Branch oilfield construction that absolutely hated this guy and his howling. His name was Whitey and he was in his 40s or so. He would jump on the radio and holler at wolfman that he was breaking radio protocol and if he ever caught him......he would make sure this wolfman never worked on that oil lease again!

This went on for a year or so.

Then very early one morning Whitey was at home and was awakened by the wolfman. Aaaaaaahhhhhhooooooo.......the wolfman says get your ass up!

Whitey half alarmed and half homicidal.......ran outside to find his wolfman. It was his own son!

Needless to say Whitey learned to chill out a little and have some fun at work!

And it did not matter that everyone now knew who the wolfman was.........it was still as enjoyable as ever when the wolfman howled and announced his thoughts!

I LOVE IT! That's what I'm talking about right there.

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I must have been the only one. That knew what the heck he was talking about. I guess that comes from working around colorful people my whole life.

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I spend most my free time in the woods already. Either hunting or fishing secluded ponds. If we get the house we are looking at I will be living about 5 minutes from the WMA I like to hunt. Yup I can definitely cope with living in the woods.

Alright! Well if you see a cabin-fever afflicted, shiftless soul wandering your woods...it's probably me haha. 

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Alright! Well if you see a cabin-fever afflicted, shiftless soul wandering your woods...it's probably me haha.

Come on down! Your welcome to crash here anytime. The Tiny Furry Critter seasons end on the 28th of this month. So after that its hog hunting and fishing. Just give me advance notice.

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Come on down! Your welcome to crash here anytime. The Tiny Furry Critter seasons end on the 28th of this month. So after that its hog hunting and fishing. Just give me advance notice.

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