I thought that I was a good father until I saw this clip of what a father did after 80 hours of snow-shoveling in Lake Tahoe.
I will not longer brag of the Igloo village we built last year. I will not stay in my room and avoid the gaze of my children . . .
12 thoughts on “And You Thought You Were A Good Father?”
Fun but cracked skull & lawsuit waiting to happen! Was the slide built on his private property or public land and did he make each child sign a waiver? Looking forward to a follow-up 🙂
pete, ain’t that the truth! “Do it for the children” ROFLMAO.
aw, come on stamford, imagine what kind off ramp you could get from the 9th floor, maybe a couple of buses to jump.
do it for the children.
And worth every minute of those 80 hours too from the look of it! Fathers everywhere are gonna’ need to step up their game after seeing this.
“Looks like fun, but 80 hours???!!!”
Damn straight!! I’d do it if I didn’t live on the 9th floor of an apartment building!!
Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! All day long and did you notice? into the night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Looks like fun, but 80 hours???!!!
I want one of those!
You know that lots of good dads actually get heart attacks from shoveling snow…. It is rated as a really high heart stress.
Snow storage is a huge problem in many areas. They used to dump it on lakes but that practice was connected with pollution. In some areas dump trucks and front end loaders pick up the snow.
I’m very impressed by the extensive safety precautions taken to keep the kids from hurtling into oncoming cars on the street. Might want to check to see if Dad is taking out double-indemnity insurance policies on his kids.
Sometime people have too much time on their hand…. He could have packaged it for future use…. But no…..
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