I met a car repairman once. Well, he used to be a car repairman. This video reminds me of the time he quit his job. On a bright and sunny afternoon, he had an argument with his boss while working under my car. Then, he quit, rolled out on his creeper and took off like these guys did. He basically invented this skateboarding stuff. Everybody went crazy over it. Skateboarding was the bee’s knees.
Me, I couldn’t care less about his skateboards. I just want my car back!
I didn’t know you could dress up like a flying squirrel to go skydiving. I guess it immerses you in the flying squirrel experience. That’s what I think.
I have an idea. Next time I play tether ball, I’m going to dress up as a cat. Those little rascals like to hit things that move. I believe the costume should make the game more fun. Let’s just hope a skydiver in a flying squirrel suit doesn’t land nearby. I might try to chase ’em.
Imagine what you could do with a big lighter. You could start a campfire in mere seconds. You could also bring this bad boy to a concert and show how much you love the band. Or you could light all 68 candles on your mother’s birthday cake and cook the frosting a little.
Just imagine these things, of course. Don’t actually do them.
The Music is So Cool, Even the Desk is Gettin’ Jiggy With It
I used to live in a crowded apartment building, where I would blast my favorite Steely Dan records over the loudspeakers. I got similar results as this guy. The music was so loud the furniture was moving. You’d think this would bother the neighbors, but strangely, they never said anything about it. Eventually, I decided to do an experiment: how loud can I make the music before the neighbors complain? I’d turn up my speakers a little more every night, but still didn’t get any visitors. Finally, after five days of blasting Steely over the speakers, the landlord came over and said, “The other tenants are complaining that no matter how loudly they knock on your door, you never answer it.”