Big Fun Comes in Small Packages

While cleaning around the front counter and the desks, The Rhino finds something strange. She finds this little object pushed to the back of CSB’s desk drawer. It’s wrapped in cigarette cellophane. She shows it to a few co-workers and they assume it’s their boss’s stash of weed.

The CSB is not at work.

Not sure what to do with it, The Rhino gives the object to Fearless Leader. Excitedly, he takes the find to the back office. He puts on his glasses and prepares for the examination. After taking it out of the wrapper, he breaks it open. Loving the smell of marijuana, Fearless Leader takes a huge whiff. The office door swings open and he runs out screaming “It’s dog shit!”

The Rhino and Tits-a-ahoy are surprised. They then realize what just happened and start laughing hysterically. Their hearty chuckles bring the sales staff to the office. Everyone thought it was hilarious excepted Fearless Leader. “The Rhino set me up to take a big whiff of this shit!” He blamed her.

Now, you may be wondering what the hell the CSB was doing with poodle shit wrapped in cellophane. It actually was for the vet. The CSB does care about some things.


Anonymous said...

How much you charge for carb. cleaning and tune up any bike .I have 79 Yamaha XS1100.

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Anonymous said...

Do you have a dyno at your shop?

Anonymous said...

Very nice. I love the rants about CSB. Keep it up. Long time fan here. hahaha


Anonymous said...

With all the bad things that have been described going on at this shop people are actually asking about services?...WTF!?!.

Anonymous said...

I dont believe lazy k is the real name of this dealership. I can find that listed anywhere online or the phone book. I have got to visit this place to believe it.

Anonymous said...

This wouldn't happen to be the same CSB that owns Tradeware?

Anonymous said...

What kind of services do you offer?

I have a 98' Honda CR125 that needs new crank seals or a total bottom end rebuild.

Let me know.

Anonymous said...

What kind of mechanical work do you do.
I have a couple little projects you your price is resonable.

Anonymous said...

This is the funniest story I have read in a long time, reminds me of a
place I used to work. I'm dying to pay this place a visit, any clues?

Anonymous said...


I was wondering if you sell any used scooters. I am planning to buy a
small engine (under 50cc because I dont have a motorcycle license)
scooter to use in the campus. I am really low on budget so I cant go over
400$ (max 500$ if I try hard). It can be really old as long as it runs
and if I can find spare parts when I need. Any help or suggestions would
be really appreciated.

Thank you,
Oksen Baris

Anonymous said...

Gah, I LOVE this place!