Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Photog, Feb 14, 2014.
Well OK then, let's do it.
Kudos to @Marne Vet for suggesting this thread!
Routes and trips are called "Runs" here. Booking off, Banging In, and Calling Out are called "Calling In" where I'm from.
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Hitting a curb is dumping your load. Going home sick is dropping your load.
Not delivering a package ( not sheeting it) and throwing it in a tote of smalls or on the belt is called a "soaker" in my hood.
Funny you brought up "Sheeting"
I remember the office having a backup book of paper records in case a diad went down back in 2000. There were only a limited amount of Diad 3s in the building.
Would be an absolute time killer now.
We call that "bagging it"
When mangement dosent like someones performance they will say he is "laying down " on them, or 'sucking pond water'
we bid on ROUTES
dont sheet a package? we refer to it as
Called "stuffing" where I'm at
We just use words I can't post
When management does it to you its called "salting"
Sometimes I wish I would have bagged it.
Everyonce in a while I stuff a sock in my pants to f with my wife. She says that's gross.
People "die" on routes. You "smoke" packages. "Sheet up" packages. Go out "blind" on routes. "Call in" sick. Easy routes are "juice". That's all I can think of 3 beers in to my Friday night.
taking a crap at a business is called a "major dump stop"
We call the mall trucks hogs.
Again --I am unable to put what we call it. We do have " mug 'em monday". And " f. 'Em friday.
Management calls them "least best" or "most help needed". We call'em "Bankers".
We call a new oncar sup a "Fetus".
We call this "The Beast".
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