I think it's the post office that uses the line "if it fits, it ships."

But does the same go for a pickup truck? And exactly how are we defining "FITS?"

The idea for this article came when I found this photo of an overloaded Isuzu and I posted it on Facebook with the caption, "On some level you have to respect this." The first person to respond answered with a simple, "Why?" I can't believe he had to ask. I mean, just click on the link and look at it. What a magnificent balancing act that is. This guy must be a Jenga or even a Tetris master.

So let's enter that first photo into our competition. Who do you think did it best?

This load of chairs looks like a dangerous highway porcupine.

Do the same thing in wicker furniture and it means a lighter load that actually looks more interesting than dangerous.

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I know you want to go camping, but that topper does not go on that truck.

Overloaded Truck
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Typical italian style
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When the wife finally get mad enough to make you take out the trash.

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WAIT - I've got just one more box.

This guy did a great job stacking. Lets just hope he does as good of a job when it comes to stopping.

pickup overloaded with house utensils moves on the mountain road.
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HOLD ON - I think we just found the max load.

Newborn Chickens Take a Ride to Market
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