Anyone ever hitch a ride on the fly? (1 Viewer)

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Just wondering if anyone has ever hitched a ride on the fly. Ya know, like getting a running start and just hopping on................. ??
 
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Just wondering if anyone has ever hitched a ride on the fly. Ya know, like getting a running start and just hopping on................. ??

Yeah i try dis. i was tryina hitch a ride real quick i could count the tread on the tires so i thought it was going slow enough but i got a concussion once i got on, cant say if it was a pre existing condition but all i could say is wtf im thinkin
 

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yeah i did this successfully, once.

it's doable. but like many things. it happens in real time and there's too many variables. it's not the same deal each time..

edit: this is referring to freight
 
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Yeah i try dis. i was tryina hitch a ride real quick i could count the tread on the tires so i thought it was going slow enough but i got a concussion once i got on, cant say if it was a pre existing condition but all i could say is wtf im thinkin
Yea try and avoid those concussions next time. Also it's a good rule of thumb to just not make eye contact with the driver/passengers when boarding
 
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i used to hop on the fly from time to time but it was back when i was drinking alot and basically knew i was invincible. not something ide recommend doing unless you are sober and feel 100% comfortable you can commit to getting on that car.

edit: just realized you meant a car not a train car. no ive never tried to jump into a moving car.
 

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i used to hop on the fly from time to time but it was back when i was drinking alot and basically knew i was invincible. not something ide recommend doing unless you are sober and feel 100% comfortable you can commit to getting on that car.
Jeez, that either an act of bravery or an act of something else
 

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it can definitely be an act of something else

it can be sister act part 2
it can be the mercantile law act of 1962

id say its open to interpretation
 
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yea at first i didnt realize you were talking about cars not freight cars.
 

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you're for real talking about jumping onto a car or truck or van...?
 
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you're for real talking about jumping onto a car or truck or van...?

thats why uh...i was a bit confused. i didnt even know this was something anyone had ever considered doing.
 

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thats why uh...i was a bit confused. i didnt even know this was something anyone had ever considered doing.

you & i both fren...i mean...i don't see how i could bop into a truckbed without alerting the driver...a train that's clearly another story
 

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