Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Grey, May 22, 2019.
Youre a bunch of freaks but I commend the mental toughness.
Always order shirts 2 sizes larger.
In the warm months , you have room for your body to breathe.
In the cold months , you can wear extra warm outfits underneath.
Same to the guys who wear shorts in 20 degrees during peak....
youre forced to wear long sleeves in the summer???
Most guys wearing long sleeve have tats.
Never wore long pants in Package in 18 years. That's what heaters are for.
It’s easy. Put shirt on and one button at a time from there.
The man getting over on these folks once again
And those are also the same guys you never see sweat either,could be undercover Mexicans.
I’m a fairly new driver and I’ve been pondering the long sleeves in the summer option. Skin cancer is a concern for me, but I’m not interested in a heat stroke either.
I hear the AZ drivers get burns in the summer from touching the shelves so they wear long sleeves.
Must not snow where your from, either that or you are massively obese
How about when its pouring like crazy outside and your wearing shorts?
Love wet feets?
Shorts are much better in the pouring rain as long as it’s warm enough. Less material to get wet.
Correct and wrong.
Happens in Florida too. I burned myself a few days ago on my 2000 shelf reaching for something on the floor. If only I could fit a pool noodle onto the lip of the shelves somehow...
Look at any society that’s in a desert or construction workers on the black top.
It’s good to cover you body when exposed to heat and the sun all day.
Try copper pipe insulation at your local Lowe's or Home Depot. That should work.
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