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Robert Emslie November 13, 2012 All Things Hoon 22 Comments

You may take great price in being able to shuffle a deck of cards in a single hand. Or perhaps you marvel at the culinary dexterity of the chefs at Benihana. Either way, neither of those can hold a candle to this cotton bale loading truck driver. Better sweep up the floor because you’ll need to prepare for your jaw to drop after the jump.

Source: [YouTube]

  • I have engineerd these trucks http://www.busa.com.br/site_pt/catalogos/CATALOGO

  • Irishzombieman

    That was weirdly awesome.

    I live in a cotton producing area and have never seen this sort of rolled thing. Neato.

  • FrankTheCat

    Damn those are some big blunts. Must be heading to Colorado.

  • I like the conveyor system on the floor of the truck.

  • MVEilenstein

    Halfway through I was asking why stand them up. Then I got my answer. Great stuff.

  • boostedlegowgn

    This is the worst tampon commercial ever.

  • That is the most badass Play-Doh Fun Factory ever.

  • Tom Lee

    I wish I had that truck on the farm, moving those round bales of hay would have been simplified. No need for a tractor, just that truck adn some sloe gin to make the driving thru the fields easier.
    thanks for giving it to us.
    tom, aka horsefarmer

    • Yeah, but it's so fun to spike 'em, especially when the tractor's down and you have to use the spike on the back of the pickup.

  • stickmanonymous

    Disturbingly, I see it as a truck purging itself of twinkies.

  • Hopman

    Impressed, but let's see him do that in the middle of dowtown Boston.

    • I'm sure it would work with MINIs or Fiats too.

  • dukeisduke

    That must be a new technology. The way I've seen them done is like giant loaves of bread. The county I live in (Collin Co., Texas) used to be one of the cotton capitols of the U.S., but cotton root rot ended that. It's been a good 15 years since I've seen any cotton grown in Collin Co. I also know someone who's owned the last steam-powered cotton gin in Collin Co. (in McKinney). It was still operating up at least until the late '90s.