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_dioxin (3 days ago)
Anyone peep the "FedEx" guy stealing the package after the UPS driver delivered it??
Damaged Niggers (3 days ago)
5:44 How is that a fail??? Thats a win!!!
Tiffany Brooks (4 days ago)
I can't believe that dude in his FedEx uniform stole a package dumbass. I can say in all honesty I've been a FedEx driver for a 5 1\2 years and have never taken someone's package. People pay good money for their items have some respect.
Gamers Aboard (6 days ago)
1:16 your mail is here!, its my truck
United States Postal Service! That's what you get when you hire people by quota instead of qualifications! Your tax dollars hard at work by the asshole federal government making sure equality is served!
Katy Bauer (6 days ago)
6:14, how does that even happen??? LOL
pancake airsoft (7 days ago)
Why does it not surprise me that fedex takes the packages
Jake M (7 days ago)
7:48 Hop Point Hop Up Hop Back-Two-Three-Four ... Must be an Irish Dancer?
Ford Burgess (7 days ago)
1:53: welcome to civil servant 101.
galaxybeing1 (8 days ago)
6:16 Maybe he was delivering to a homeless person. FedEx - When it absolutely, positively, has to all over the road.
chaosdemonwolf1 (11 days ago)
This don't make the USPS , UPS or Fed EX look too good does it?
RW T (11 days ago)
A lot of free advertising
JacksonTubeHD (14 days ago)
Can I Use This Video For Reacting On My Channel?
Just Watchin Vids 420ahuigharghafjjakjh (15 days ago)
I once had a 32 inch monitor delivered by USPS in a wet box. It was literally like they dropped it in the ocean as it had sand and bits of seashells in the folds. The postal system in Florida is shady as f8ck yall.
samurailv1 (16 days ago)
1:53 My videocard you son of a bitch
Nyiel Duoi (19 days ago)
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Chicken Thrust (20 days ago)
About the same time this video was posted, my dad got into a car crash with another truck and the guy driving in the other truck died, his whole body was crushed and what you can only see was his hand on the wheel but everyone else survived
Dave Laisure (22 days ago)
FED EX SUX - Notice how many of these vid's are fed-ex - I see fed ex drivers screw up in my town all the time - not the UPS drivers - I use UPS all the time and always get the package delivered correctly - I tried Fed-ex once and they totally screwed me. BOYCOTT FED-EX!!!
Lucario Verse (23 days ago)
3:36 - 4:10 signs of robot taking over the world...
Lucario Verse (23 days ago)
James bond 007 (23 days ago)
Whoa!, I seen to arrived on the traffic road near house from the Maryland 7:32
Mr Repub (23 days ago)
People today are scumbags.
Vote for what Why (25 days ago)
Hey, at least the postal workers didn’t shoot anybody. Well, unless we didn’t see the whole video clips.
Robert Riess (26 days ago)
After reading all the comments, I agree with the one that says being a courier driver is a shit job, the most! As an ex-DHL employee I agree 100%. The other point that needs making is, this is how you "Make America Great" again! One thieve at a time! The only thing missing here was a Russian driving a Lada!
Robert Riess (26 days ago)
You can tell the people who live where they do not get snow on here.They are the assholes who think they could have out driven that FedEx trailer! Superb job! Handled as only a pro could!
Udo Schanz (28 days ago)
When you pay with bananas you only have monkeys
k9feces (1 month ago)
1:15 is Express mail
tundratomo (1 month ago)
hahahaha, this begs the question, why are there more horses asses than there are horses?
Dave Marx (1 month ago)
1:40 Don't blame the entire company for the actions of one Freddy Kreuger.
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Phillip Weber (1 month ago)
Can someone explain 1:14 to me and what I am seeing? Where did the kid on the ground at 1:19 come from????
Ivan Hernandez (1 month ago)
Y’all can prevent this and pick your stuff at the store I swear people nowadays are the lazy ones this job ain’t easy it’s stressful
Griffin the dubstep dragon (1 month ago)
1:14 Your Amazon package has has been believed
Griffin the dubstep dragon (1 month ago)
1:14 you’re amazon package has been delivered
Behindthefog (1 month ago)
Some of these weren't even fails. Down thumb
D. Richmond (1 month ago)
01:39 well isn’t he just a lousy skin headed puke ? Asswipe !
Brian Confer (1 month ago)
same video as last all in the same stolen order!
theoriginalbillholt (1 month ago)
These local-delivery ass nuggets are acting extensions of cut-throat management practices. Still, a good worker does what is proper, regardless. The problem is that many 'overworked' brats won't exert the extra effort to do something better simply because it's the right thing to do. "Not my job." Many workers with a conscience and a sense of duty have been replaced by lazy, apathetic ones with a general sense of entitlement. Even for payroll deliveries, UPS management flatly refused to honor my employer's request to continue requiring a signature, which had always been standard practice. UPS considers a 'driver-release' confirmation of C.I.D, or 'Commercial Inside Delivery', to be sufficient, even if items are left outside. Drivers have forgotten to leave packages we've 'signed for', payroll company mailings included, and both goods and payroll packages have been left outside without a hint that they were delivered. Pardon me, but... *_who's_* the fucking customer? How much additional time is needed to seek an employee for a signature? I'm sure that a confirmed employee signature isn't demanded at every stop on a driver's route. I don't work on a 20,000-acre ranch where you might not find someone in 15 minutes of searching. It's all about 'efficiency' and the profit margin for UPS. Most of the drivers are cool, but they'll gladly keep the truck still as little as possible, so they love this arrangement. My signature has been given many times with UPS, and my name is on record. It even appears as an 'option' on the scan device, and all a driver has to do is tap an 'x' by my name, presumably after a visual identification has been made of me on site, and *_I_* have taken delivery with my signature. Seem right to you?
theoriginalbillholt (1 month ago)
I realized that this comment is somewhat lengthy. I do that. Thanks for reading, if you do. Otherwise, by all means just scroll on by. I wanted to put the 'TL;DR' warning out there. ; ] 1:40 I saw this asshole in another video, at a different pick-up, but possibly the same location. Firing him might result in him 'going postal' -- which may be a lurking fear within management's ranks -- but he and all of the douchebags in these videos who mishandle mail like this don't deserve these jobs that still pay fairly well. Frankly, it doesn't matter how well-paid these pieces of shit are. If they accept a paycheck they should do their jobs responsibly. These ingrates aren't working under oppressive conditions that violate laws or, for the most part, ethical standards. I worked with UPS as a 'Driver Helper' for two consecutive Christmas seasons years ago. As someone who urgently needed the income -- which was probably better than average, especially for temporary help -- I was rather disgusted by the amount of complaining and whining among the poor drivers who didn't appear to be unjustifiably overwrought, even at the busiest time of the year. One guy was retiring, and I think he was a Teamster with an _hourly_ rate of around $45 -- for driving a brown delivery truck on handpicked routes. With *no* overtime, that's over 90-grand a year. Granted, this guy had been with UPS for 33 years, I believe it was, so most would probably say he'd paid his proverbial dues. UPS must employ complicated algorithms, Wharton M.B.A. bean counters, and Rain Man-level statisticians, because driver wages, compensation, and other factors vary widely, and I'm sure all of the numbers which contribute to that are micro-managed to the point where UPS as a corporation doesn't lose a dime or 'overpay' by a penny. Sorry for the digression, but I feel that it's relevant. ; ] Everything's relative, as is said, and it usually isn't one day or a single event that sours people -- even those like this bunghole at 1:40. Still, some are just miserable fucks or lazy sloths, no matter how blessed they are, and I'm confident that such is the case with more than one of these box monkeys. Fat, out-of-shape fucks shouldn't qualify to _be_ 'carriers' if they can barely if at all leave the truck. I just mailed some vintage and otherwise valuable items from upstate New York to my nephew in Tampa as Birthday presents. I went into 'Packaging Science Overkill Mode'. It cost me $35.11 to send the box as opposed to using a USPS 'Flat Rate Mailer' that I wouldn't trust to arrive unscathed, if I could even find appropriate sizes, but I work in receiving and frequently see the results of the type of behaviors captured in these videos. Partly caving to the pressure of the line that suddenly grew behind me at The Post Office, and partly in light of the cost already, I sent my parcel with no insurance or other special coverage. That decision rings of a little ignorance for one who's rambling on here about the egregious dereliction of duty on the part of these carriers -- and the box was left outside in plain sight for at least a day while my nephew and his girlfriend were in Orlando to catch The Eagles in concert -- _but,_ I packaged these goodies to be able to withstand a ground-zero nuclear blast. Ha! These unprincipled morons who treat freight, big and small, as if it's all perfectly packed and immune to damage or -- more likely -- is no more important than trash should be working on garbage trucks EDIT: My local Post Office's workers are generally good, though I've had some occasional 'dumb bastard' carrier issues that I've attributed to staffing changes. UPS and FedEx deliver far less when I order online, which isn't much volume throughout the year anyway, except for a boost at Christmas. That said, I've seen amazingly poorly packed items for which the sellers -- mostly eBay or Etsy merchants -- bear a significant amount of the responsibility for damages. Conversely, I've had four vintage glass-top Gillette display cases arrive intact and entirely without damage. Those shipments were all in acceptably improvised but arguably far from ideal packaging on the part of eBay sellers, so the USPS _does_ have people who care enough to do their jobs well. The minor but very irritating damage to a USPS-shipped book, which was one of my nephew's gifts, was the fault of the old fart who sold it as one of probably _hundreds_ of books in his store and 'mistakenly' bragged about several features of the book and its pristine condition. Presumably a bookseller with experience, he shipped the out-of-print book in a box for a marine pump that he had listed elsewhere in his eBay store. He insufficiently inserted a mere two packaging pillows, each a third the size of the box in length and width, that let the heavy book slide around in a carton which was far too big for something so weighty and sparsely padded. The box arrived with a corner torn top-to-bottom on one edge, splayed open, with crushing elsewhere. That was 90% the fault of the seller, in my estimation. Handling freight and babysitting it are two different things, but the Post Office probably could have been more attentive without sacrifice to their performance. The box appeared to have been dropped and not gingerly placed in front of my door, and I can only wonder by its condition upon arrival how many times it was coarsely handled in transit. So much for defending the USPS. Ha! I think that even questionable FedEx will re-package items in damaged boxes if they're the end-carrier. I know they will mark freight as 'FedEx Re-Label' if they need to correct an address or an illegibility. With my home deliveries I've seen laziness on the part of each of the 'Big Three', and my employer stopped using both UPS and FedEx for outbound LTL freight due to their apparent complacency, negligence and inexcusably high damage rates. Sorry to be so long-winded. ; ]
Jadu Nandana Das (2 months ago)
hate the USPS... cant wait to see you guys go under, and all you lazy inconsiderate thieving fucks will be out of a job... too bad or the post workers that do actually care...
Will Ferrel (2 months ago)
8:10 that was some slick driving there tex
asulil igounane (2 months ago)
why mail driver are lazy
Loren Nicholls (2 months ago)
I find this NOT funny
WPPCProductions (2 months ago)
The backwards post office truck reminds me of the Benny Hill show.I can see Benny running to catch up to the truck as the pretty woman runs out to him and said ."Look what you did to my bloody car"..LOL.....More likely these drivers probably got FIRED or suspended.
pam fraley (2 months ago)
Hey don’t mock my mall company like that
Pistol TheConqueror (2 months ago)
3:30 OMG LOL
travelswithdan (2 months ago)
Thumbs down.
Александр Васильев (2 months ago)
1.40 чувак проходил практику в Почта России
DdAaVvIiDd (2 months ago)
1:15 I’m here!
Asa Hodges (3 months ago)
Is this not the same as the video "you got mail"
Mike That Crazy Dude (3 months ago)
I hate the ones where people complain about them throwing boxes into the trunk, only cause if they knew what goes on in a FedEx Factory complaints would come in left and right.
RobSchneiderIsAStapler (3 months ago)
Makes me think about insurance a little more.
michael cosme (3 months ago)
All those delivery guys who throw those packages should've been fired period..
Jodian Gaming (3 months ago)
That second driver was no idiot... That was the most professional driving you'll ever see in your life. Maintaining control of a trailer that's obviously sliding sideways, virtually out of control, is no easy task.
johnny1992black (3 months ago)
why did he dance?
supergober55 (3 months ago)
thank you for the awesome video
clinton road dirt services unit 16 (3 months ago)
the part where the double trailer hitting the cop car was not the driver's fault,the truck lost control on a slippery road
kickinbackinOC (3 months ago)
2:33 When they say "ground" shipping, they really mean GROUND! Lol..
tubez4321 (3 months ago)
0:26 - Amish delivery.
Nikki Nicklus (3 months ago)
1:31 whoa thats here in the Woodlands!!!!!! What!!!! My hometown town
Florida Man (3 months ago)
The 2nd clip is exit 199 on the California/Nevada border, I-80 eastbound. That is a 5% grade, 55 mph corner. That corner and the ice it accumulates is the reason why CHP closes the freeway to single drive axle trucks during stormy weather.
Leggo My Ego (3 months ago)
0:30 I thought that was very impressive and required skill to keep it on the road give the conditions.
SicSemperEvelloMortemTyrannis TyrannyEnder (3 months ago)
Driving fast in the snow/ice is always a good idea.
floex831 (3 months ago)
1:15 that’s a way to deliver mail. The postal worker jumped out and the truck kept on going.
Marc Field (3 months ago)
The first one was hardly a fail. What an awsome display of drivring this is.
Woody 407 (3 months ago)
Surprised the cops driving alongside the FedEx truck didn't just shoot the driver and anyone else nearby. Normally any excuse to kill someone is good enough for them.
Tommy (3 months ago)
the mail service in this country is a joke.
LLB MAGA (3 months ago)
That stove tho, lololol!!!
nathan5508 (4 months ago)
This video is sponsored by DHL
Skante Warrior (4 months ago)
The last asshole was awesome 🤘
Kevin Byrne (4 months ago)
6:21 -- Just delivering a case of Thunderbird wine to the homeless guys who live under the bridge.
channel6 (4 months ago)
holy shit 2:19
R picard (4 months ago)
I hope that prick at 2:08 got fired. Would he want someone to treat his new PC that way. Same goes for that fat b*%^ch at 4:58.
lostro one (4 months ago)
THESE FOOLS should be proud and happy they have damn good jobs.....many of us dont..........
Johnathan Ramirez (4 months ago)
@1:19 where did that kid come from, he just appeared out of no where lol
Dan Teller (4 months ago)
Some of these are inexcusable. Others you can sympathize with if you've had any experience working for these companies. These companies are not easy to work for, it's hard work. I worked for FedEx so I know. The pay is crap. $1.25 a stop. You literally work your butt off for a company that pays you $1.25 a stop. That means the two hours or so it takes you to load up your own truck, you're doing that for free. And some days are very long, so when you do the math, from the time you start loading your truck up until your very last stop, sometimes you're making $10 an hour. So not worth it. I will never work for FedEx or any of these companies ever again.
Kai Husky (4 months ago)
Says in disclaimer this is for educational purposes but is titled as funny..... what?
David Tosh (4 months ago)
The mailman forgot to set the parking brake on its mail truck and going around in circles, going backwards, like Laurel and Hardy's Ford Model T horseless carriage in County Hospital, except it does go forward in circles.
Sidehop (4 months ago)
That's the slowest drifting action by FedEx...
Tyrone Nelson (4 months ago)
These people should be sacked for handling fragile goods in such a way
TJ NightTrain (4 months ago)
i will never like or subscribe since u bloat your shit videos with that. fuck you. thumbs down.
Marilyn Alvarez (4 months ago)
At 2:33, idiot camera guy, instead of recording, why don't you flag the FedEx truck and tell him what's going on, did not find that funny at all, what if you have car trouble and nobody warns you!
norman Norman (4 months ago)
Frosted lucky charms they're magically delicious
mendy badgett (4 months ago)
wonder why your packages are damaged
Dennis S (4 months ago)
It's called a " Box truck"
Audrey McMace (4 months ago)
dont quite see how the theft is funny
Henchman Twenty1 (4 months ago)
Maybe that was a gift left for the UPS driver on that last clip? Some folks get gift cards and what not for their mailman (or woman) for Xmass.
Lawrence Genereux (4 months ago)
Any wonder why that package you've been waiting for has been "delayed"?
Mike Henry (4 months ago)
I am retired from a state DOT and we had a nickname for FedEx, " FedWreck." Seems like every time we had a large traffic tie up on the interstate during winter storms, they were caused by FedEx drivers.
teinh22a (4 months ago)
they're all angry idiots... Can't get a real job.
Scott (4 months ago)
USPS, all you need to have to work there is the IQ no higher than that of a turnip and the personality of an infected boil.