I’m not sure the video will really dissuade the sort of people that do this. They’ll look at it and think “hold my beer…”
That was the “who’s who” of dumass.
That song was awesome. Though -1 point for now “Back up, Terry” in the video.
Wow, I am pretty surprised at how alluring the butt launch is; totally under-estimated that level of stupidity in society. Will readjust.
I was half expecting Ten-Finger Johnny from Paul and Storm to be the song used, but the one that was actually used was a better fit.
My first thought when I saw how prevalent use of a crack as a launch platform was in that video: “How come everything today has involved things either coming in or going out of my ass?”
50 bucks says that it’s a bunch of fools in San Juan de la Vega at the :15 mark.
@beschizza , you should have shared this video with us 10 days ago!
Is it wrong to admit I enjoy watching jackholes and fireworks compilations? The days after July Fourth are like Christmas, the videos just keep coming.
Inevitably followed by the verbal salt of:
“Whoa!/Omigawd!/Holy shit! – You okay?”
I once spent New Year in Köln, Germany. It was awesome. There is an official firework display, but you can’t see it for all the other fireworks. If this video made you laugh, go. But bring body armour. And ice.
As I’ve mentioned here before, I spent New Years in Amsterdam this year, place really did feel like a war zone - intense. Around midnight the barrage was continuous for nearly 90 minutes, all over the city:
Seems that was the last year it will be allowed there, in future only proper professional fireworks displays allowed.
Walking through a quiet back street, a man and two women cycled past, all well dressed and about middle aged. They paused on a canal bridge ahead of me, threw down one of the loudest firecrackers I’d ever heard and cycled off cackling manically - I do love the Dutch…
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