Truckers Across the Nation Report Mysterious Gifts Appearing in Their Cabs for Truck Driver Appreciation Week

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Mysterious Gifts

In a whimsical turn of events that seems straight out of a fairy tale, truck drivers across America have been reporting the sudden appearance of mysterious gifts inside their cabs right in time for Truck Driver Appreciation Week.

“I hopped out for a quick coffee, and when I came back, there was this shiny new coffee maker installed in my cab, already brewing a fresh pot!” exclaimed Sammy “Gearshift” Garfield, a trucker with 30 years on the road. “And I swear it makes coffee just like I like it, with a hint of caramel.”

Drivers have been finding everything from gourmet snacks and personalized playlists to fluffy seat cushions and custom-made bobbleheads that eerily resemble them. One driver even reported a fancy new pair of shades perfectly fitting, “like Cinderella’s slipper, but for my face!”

The mysterious benefactor behind these gifts remains unknown, leading many to speculate. Some think it’s the work of the “Freight Fairy,” a mythical creature rumored to bless long-haul truckers. Others believe it’s the covert operation of a truck manufacturing company aiming to generate goodwill.

Betty “Brake” Anderson, a trucker known for her legendary coast-to-coast hauls, found a locket with a picture of her dog, Rex, inside. “I’ve been on the road for weeks, and this just melted my heart,” she confessed. “Whoever did this knows us truckers deep down.”

Meanwhile, the National Committee for Trucking Excellence (NCTE) urges drivers to report any gifts they find. “We want to ensure these items are safe,” said a spokesperson. “But if the Freight Fairy is real, we’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks for making Truck Driver Appreciation Week extra special.”

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