You’ll notice that after lift-off, he puts on his paragliding slippers. What’s that, you say? You don’t even own a pair of paragliding slippers? Pffft. Amateur.
Christmas time is a wonderful time. Then Christmas ends and you’re stuck with half-a-ton of Christmas decorations lying around your house, not to mention an entire tree you’ve cut down and mounted in your living room. When January finally rolls around and you gin up the courage to chuck that fir-tree cluster bomb out onto the curb — don’t. Fashion it into a weapon instead! It’s no doubt what Santa would have wanted.
I don’t know about you, but all I got at the dentist was bleeding gums from overzealous hygienists. My dentist has old magazines, but no flamethrowers. I know, I looked. I pretty much look for flamethrowers wherever I go. Don’t you? You never know when you’re going to need a flamethrower. A motorized flamethrower would be even better.
No one at my dentist is a superhero/mild-mannered regular guy, like this guy in the video. He’s one hell of a good brother, too. My dentist is a magician, though. He puts metal in my mouth, and extracts coins from my pocket.
Sometimes fate doesn’t send us the hero we ask for. It sends us the hero we need. Florida Man here, the cleverly conveyed custodian, is just such a man. Let’s face it, his leaf blower vehicle is very efficient. It’s friendly to the environment. It appears to be battery operated, and the build quality is obviously better than a Tesla. It’s not quiet, exactly, but it still makes less noise than that kid next door with the lowered ’89 Honda sedan with the coffee can-sized exhaust pipe. He should patent the design. It might not sell a lot of units, but no matter what, he’s a janitor, and he’ll clean up.