A manure spreader made by International Harvester Company
Farmer Bob: I just bought a completely restored thirteen letter shit spreader to work the farm"
Farmer Joe: What's that make, 20 IHs you own now?
Farmer Bob: Thirty; there's 10 more out behind the barn I can use for parts... or to build a Doodlebug.
CB Slang for an International truck
-Skunk Gizzard: Breaker. Breaker. This is the Skunk Gizzard calling out for anyone descending from the heavens of Big Snowy Creek (Road); Come back.
-Liplash: Liplash has his ears on. Go ahead.
-Skunk Gizzard: Go easy on my back door. I got a thirteen letter shit spreader playing cargo to a Pete with it's jake on. If you're comin' down strong, be forewarned that there's no way around. Over.
-Liplash: That's a big 10-4 Gizzard. Thank you for the heads up. Much appreciated.
-Triple S No One / Triple S #1 (possible future handle for the president of SuperScoutSpecialist): This is Triple S No One callin' for Skunk Gizzard and Liplash. An extended warning regarding that Catter-fillered Peter. Come back
-Skunk Gizzard: Go ahead
-DP (Driver of Peterbilt): I resemble that. Come back.
-Triple S No One: We're double teaming this road whore. He's my chute and I'm his pusher-upper. You got an okay on the go-around but unless you want to be in the way during or on your way to, the next flight to heaven, it'd be best to get in the rocking chair on this ride. Over.
-Skunk Gizzard: ~click~
-DP: I'll be one seat up from you til I take a hard Paint Bank up to the 64 Triple S. Over.
Triple S No One: ~click~
A humorous name or term of endearment used in reference to a vehicle made by the International Harvester Company (or any of its subsidiaries), said in fun since International was pretty much the best foundry and manufacturer of farm implements.
Scout II driver fueling at station
Fellow driver just exiting store: What year is that thirteen letter shit spreader?
Scout II driver: (smiles) It's a `79
Fellow: Looks pretty good. How's she feelin'?
Scout II driver: I work her enough she doesn't miss the farm. She's still got a while before she's put out to pasture.
Fellow: Well, have a good one. Hope to see you around more often.