By Anonymous - United States - Placentia
Today, I cleaned out my house and placed multiple boxes of clothes and books in my two-seated truck to take to the Goodwill. While turning onto the highway, everything tumbled on top of me, sending me crashing into a guardrail. FML
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  LeDee123  |  3

Yeah man, I mean why should anyone actually think that they need to secure boxes full of stuff while driving! If you're donating to charity, God will come down and stop you from crashing.

  TheOath  |  12

At least when you tried your total of 200 pound boxes didn't tip over the edge in your friends pickup truck and crash onto the windshield of the car behind you ._.

  onlychildFTW  |  33

How about everyone follows the proper rules when loading trucks. Like properly securing cargo in trunk/truck bed. Or how about we rent a moving truck? Or hell, just follow the law about how to secure things. There's no way you should be loading your truck with stuff in the seats. IT'S A TRUCK!

And there no way your stuff should be falling out of a truck bed onto another car.

You both deserve it for being stupid and unsafe.

  TheOath  |  12

1. The rope snapped
2. Couldn't afford a moving truck, and why that much space for a few heavy boxes?
3. Too young to drive so I didn't
4. It was an idiotic friend with good intentions donating new, good, usable articles of clothing, toys, and other miscellaneous items

Luckily the cars' windshield didn't crack and the people were nice enough to help us.
It's a really old truck too.

  noncom  |  12


It is the bed of the pick up truck. It is where you put big stuff like bikes, groceries, and other things that take up space. Google pick up truck bed. Only pick up trucks have these.

  drkate25  |  30

I was going to explain truck beds, but someone beat me to it. I even had a witty comment thought out, then my train of thought derailed and crashed into a guardrail, spilling thoughts all over me.

  kyleekay  |  25

91- You make no sense. #32 was asking what a "bed" was when referring to a vehicle, because s/he doesn't drive.

I am assuming you meant to reply to #36, who was actually being nice and answering #32's question.

By  kyleekay  |  25

So much for trying to do something nice by donating clothes, eh?

I am guessing you're okay since you posted this, but I hope your accident didn't cause any serious harm!

  hatesfate  |  6

81 there are still ways of securing them on the seat with the straps. Even securing them all together so they couldn't topple all over onto the OP would have helped