Tire seems intent on attacking human


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/05/29/tire-seems-intent-on-attacking.html


#2

my god, it’s real…


#3

Resistentialism
Paul Jennings avait toujours raison. Vraiment, les choses sont contre nous.


#4

Where the rubber meets the road face.


#5

Curse you for beating me, but cheers for knowing it.


#6

Wonder if its a viral video for a Directors cut Re-release.


#7

ok look that was obviously just a big happy friendly tire that got loose from the car and ran into the shop to say hi to daddy. Personally I always train my tires not to jump up in my lap but some people are more relaxed about it.


#8

Off the curb, off the parked bike, though the door, nothing but businessman.


#9

actually after doing some more investigation it turns out that 20 years ago that tire had a bad experience in that bordello.


#10

Yipes, just a few inches different…


#11

Luckily, it seemed to expend much of its momentum upon the desk, could have been much more devastating.


#12

“And what about the eighteen people who died when the tower in Siloam fell on them? Were they the worst sinners in Jerusalem?” Luke 13-4.

No. They were sloppy. They got caught. This guy was ready.


#13

I always thought that Rover was overrated.


#14

Well, they have turned against us. Even the wheel will turn.

(Hey, one bad pun deserves another…sometimes two.)


#15

I like how it stopped to smash up his bike a bit first.


#16

That’s some Final Destination tire-revenge shit there.

(Was going to post the gif from the movie but even being fake it’s still too graphic)


#17

I thought the victim was too surprised to stand up after that incident, but it turns out he was just tired.


#18

Came to see if this was posted… leaving satisfied!


#19

signed back in, to give you my like. :slight_smile:


#20

I don’t blame that tire; why would anyone feel anything but ambivalence towards humans anyways?