Aunt Ida’s Recipe For Disaster – PICKLED FORKLIFT


TODAY’S FEATURED RECIPE –  PICKLED FORKLIFT –  This treat is not only easy to make but can be made year round and is especially a great accompaniment for any disaster whether used as a side dish or condiment.  The best part of this recipe is the pickling process does not take much time.

Prep time: Only minutes      Cook time: Blink of an eye     Yield: Severe head trauma, crushed limbs and death.

Ingredients: Forklifts of all kinds can be used;  sit down, stand up, picker, electric, propane and diesel.   

Directions:  After selecting a desired forklift, feel free to use it any other way than what it was originally intended to be used for.  Don’t even bother with a safety pre-check and here are some recommended uses.                                         







Paul Blomfield PR Flicker

Paul Blomfield PR Flicker


Toyota lift of Minnesota

Toyota lift of Minnesota






In reality, forklifts are an integral part of a warehouse and manufacturing plants and like any other piece of equipment if not properly trained to operate or not used properly it can KILL you or someone else.  It’s the workhorse that doesn’t need to be groomed at the end of a ride, but you do need to treat it with great respect and it’ll be sure to take care of you.

Please feel free to read other articles in this blog or contact for your workplace safety questions.


2 thoughts on “Aunt Ida’s Recipe For Disaster – PICKLED FORKLIFT

  1. I love your recipe. Let’s add in some spices. A pinch of blind supervision and a dash of oblivious management. This will make any disaster involving a powered industrial equipment an event all the newspapers can lead with.


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