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    Default clean jokes for FNG'S

    we need new jokes for our fng's. any clean non harmful practical jokes wanted.

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    see www.worldfiredept.com, they have some humorous ones.

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    Kvfcjr, the link is bad; gives "Bad Gateway" command when you click on it.
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    oops wrong link, heres it is http://www.worldfiredepartments.com/

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    Clean eh!.....hmmmmm.......hmmmmmmm. .oh Ok. How about looking for the hose stretcher or the ladder stretcher. One of my favorites is when giving the station tour clear a compartment on a truck and have a firefighter climb in and shut the door. When the tour comes to this truck open the door and say "This is where we keep the spare firefighter!", works best if you both keep a straight face, close the door and continue the tour. If you live in a cold climate and a member has taken off an item of clothing get it wet and put it outside on the apron flat. It will freeze solid and then put it in his gear locker standing up. Works well with sheets too. There are more I'll keep thinking.
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    haha, hose stretcher, i gotta use that on someone.

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    How about getting a jack and jacking their drive axle on their personal vehicle enough so the wheels are just off the ground. Or a zip strip on the drive shaft so it goes tick, tick, tick when they drive. Still thinking...

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    Get them to change the water in all of the booster tanks, telling them that the water goes stale and when stale will not put out the fire......

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    AHH YES, theres always replacing there helmets and coats with bigger size ones!

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    If you have a mechanical Fed 'Q' have the rookie wind the siren back up after each run. Works even better if you fabricated a "special key" to wind the siren.....

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    Kvfcjr HELL NO!!!! you NEVER screw with PPE NEVER NEVER NEVER!!!!!!!!
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    Thumbs down Mess around with operational fire gear?

    If somebody had messed about with a "riders" gear in my day--I would suggest he counts his teeth-cos he is going to lose some.
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    oops, yea, you right. Well, then theres always ajustin the rathcet on there helmet so it's bigger. thats very easily fixed

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    now i have put a pair of ladies underware extra large size on the outside of one of our firefighter's bunker pants. just make sure they find it during training and not during an emergency.

    i've heard of sending the new guy under the engine to look for something and pulling the dump valve on them. haven't tried it myself.
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    Did you not get the first message????

    Get caught shagging with someones gear around my station the only adjustments made would cause considerable discomfort to you for a few weeks
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    Angry Fire gear--not toys!

    Kvfcjr---according to your tag you are a "Senior Member" .Of what? I have a real nasty feeling that your shoe size corresponds with your age--if you are the "Senior Member" what on earth would the "Junior Member" be like? Repeat after me, very loudly "It is not my Firegear-I will not touch it, not even the "rathcet" for yea verily the guys will get exceedingly nauseated with me--and the rolled up newspaper doth hurt" I have turned out to a "persons reported" 200yds away from the station , it was a real "goer"--a fish and chip shop. We pulled a Husband/Wife/2xkids out of the top floor--the only fatality was the dog on the ground floor.If me or any of the crew had to adjust gear in the very precious few seconds available, look out ,sunbeam.
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    If the FNG sets his car keys down somewhere, find the biggest pot you can, put the keys in, fill with water, put in freezer, enjoy.
    In a paid dept, if the said FNG sleeps in his uniform, baby powder between the sheets is always fun.
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    Default Re: Fire gear--not toys!

    Originally posted by Tooanfrom
    Kvfcjr---according to your tag you are a "Senior Member" .Of what? I have a real nasty feeling that your shoe size corresponds with your age--if you are the "Senior Member" what on earth would the "Junior Member" be like? Repeat after me, very loudly "It is not my Firegear-I will not touch it, not even the "rathcet" for yea verily the guys will get exceedingly nauseated with me--and the rolled up newspaper doth hurt" I have turned out to a "persons reported" 200yds away from the station , it was a real "goer"--a fish and chip shop. We pulled a Husband/Wife/2xkids out of the top floor--the only fatality was the dog on the ground floor.If me or any of the crew had to adjust gear in the very precious few seconds available, look out ,sunbeam.

    "It is not my Firegear-I will not touch it, not even the "rathcet" for yea verily the guys will get exceedingly nauseated with me--and the rolled up newspaper doth hurt"

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    hmm he is learning

    now the iv bag under the pillow is always fun


    run the line up into the ceiling to drip down on him and put the IV bag under the pillow

    when he lies down he gets wet
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    hmm, i'll have to test that one on my sister

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