Ever see those signs on elevators that tell you the elevator car has a ten person or 1600 pound limit? Since when does the average adult weigh 160 pounds? Not in my neighborhood, he doesn’t, and that includes the women. We are in a super size world but the manufacturers don’t seem to recognize that.
Well, in this first video, our Mark Spitz wanna be is not made for this pool. He is a super size and the pool isn’t. You know what the result is going to be. Even so, it is funny when it happens. Watch.
Dad! What happened to the pool? Did you break it again? For all of you teen-agers out there, Mark Spitz won seven gold medals in swimming in the 1972 Olympics.
What is it with rednecks and motorized vehicles, anyway? Give a redneck a set of keys to a piece of equipment with an engine in it, then sit back and watch the fireworks because you know that the redneck mind is incapable of properly traveling from start to finish without a major hitch.
Murphy’s law will always apply if there is a redneck in the mix. Something will go wrong because it can go wrong. And that is when the laughter begins.
Without further ado, here are a couple of redneck videos about vehicles where Murphy’s law always rules.
I have to hire that guy to work on my house. My guess is he works cheaply.
The next vid is about a redneck tow truck driver. If you live where it snows, you probably learned somewhere along the line that where you hook the tow rope is of major importance. This redneck learned the hard way.
The last one is my favorite, and I give that one five stars: *****