In Wisconsin last week, the famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile crashed through the front door of a home doing structural damage to the deck and garage.
Are you serious?
No, it wasn't a runaway wiener. The Terrible Driver of the Wienermobile had a mishap.
And this poor front door might need some counseling.
How did this happen? Oh, the driver thought he was moving in reverse but was actually in drive. And after pouncing on the gas pedal, this is what happens....
No one was home and no one was injured. THANKGOD because NO ONE wants to go to work after that hospital visit and confess they were injured by a giant unexpected wiener. A giant unexpected wiener will leave a mark.
And I am sure that poor driver, besides being hazed endlessly for months to come, is no longer allowed to put his hands on that particular wiener.
And I can't imagine the homeowners' expression to drive up and see this poking out of the front of their house.
Ahhh, its just like elementary school, where jokes about wieners were king. Seriously, the juvenile one-liners here abound.
Oscar Mayer certainly does have a way with b-o-l-o-g-n-a.
But in all seriousness, how does that phone call to the boss go?
I accidentally got confused between moving the wiener forward and backward, and next thing you know, I broke it.
Ummm, don't you remember anything from 10th grade? As in any time when handling wieners, safety first?
If you don't know the difference between reverse and drive, your wiener shall come NO WHERE near me. Lord knows you might also confuse front and back. These are BASIC directions.
And there was some damage to both the wiener and the home. A representative of Oscar Mayer indicated all damages will be covered by insurance.
Wiener insurance? Love it. Had I only known this during JohnnyMac's hot peppered peeper incident, I would have been relieved. You know, just in case.
So should you be having a bad day on the job, be relieved you aren't the driver of this Wienermobile. Although, he did technically get a homerun even if the house was completely taken by surprise. Gives a new perspective to the expression "Stop banging the door!"