You never know where Spy will be.
You never know where Spy will be. Kirstin Payne

Truckie's Casanova conversation

WHEN old Spy heads out to a roadhouse or rest area he never ceases to be amazed by what he hears or sees.   That was the case in November when I drove into a parking spot between two trucks at a popular roadhouse.   The driver of one was deep in conversation on a mobile phone with a former colleague from a different State.   Conversation was juicy to say the least as he spoke about having two girlfriends and it had come to the point where he had to pick one.   "When I get back home I can take one out for breakfast and the other out for tea," he said.   Spy wasn't about to interrupt the lad as he answered a question from his mate about was he worried about one of them becoming pregnant.   "No I have had the snip," he answered.   When the conversation finished Spy yarned to the very friendly gent aged in his forties.   I even suggested he was a modern day Casanova to which he laughed.   "I bet you got some entertainment listening to my conversation," he said.   Sure did and this proves you never know where Spy will be.

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