You Don’t See That Every Day (18 Pics)

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48 responses to You Don’t See That Every Day (18 Pics)

  1. Now as much as that is a piece of innovation and design but unless he has a lot of flat topped bricks that leg is going to hurt like hell,

      1. Doesn’t matter. The thing will break on the first step because of lateral forces. Lego pieces will go everywhere, he falls and pain on his stump is the least of his worries when one entire side of his body lands on the bricks.

        Obviously he made it for fun not to actually use. Only people on the internet are that dumb and he is a real life person so by nature smarter than anyone posting on here.

  2. #11 is just a picture of Joe Arpaio, what’s odd about that.

    BTW, he drinks screwdrivers as his drink. Made one for him once. Too bad I couldn’t spit in it.

    1. well you can’t actually buy half a door so there’s that. also why would you? you would only need to buy a whole new door and change it out for the half door whenever the kid gets too slammy. But yes it would be nice to able to afford a new door.

    2. I think the power tool to cut the door was more expensive than the door. And not sure if you can buy half a door… but if this is a trending punishment.. you might want to open a half a door business and receive your riches. Ya never know!

      1. Probably the parents already had the tool necessary to cut the door. It would be cheaper and probably easier to just take the whole door off the hinges, anyway.

    3. For you Special Snowflakes™ who feel the need to turn everything into some kind of Social Justice™ class-warfare commentary, and who have also probably never done any kind of home improvement work (and probably never will, I might add):

      Interior doors in most houses these days are basically two sheets of pressboard separated by cardboard spacers. From the looks of it, the parents used a reciprocating saw to cut it in half – said saw being a fairly standard home improvement tool and not something found only in the homes of ‘the 1%™’. Probably didn’t even have to take it off the hinges as a reciprocating saw will cut through hollow-bodied doors like butter, with the additional benefit of being wildly satisfying for the parents.

      As for the door, who knows what else the parents intend? Maybe they mean to replace the door anyway, hollow-bodied doors are junk anyway. Maybe his next punishment is to have the door taken away completely? At any rate, the parents don’t have to be some kind of robber barons to afford a replacement. Especially if it gets the point across to a knuckle-headed teenager.

      Here endeth the home-improvement lesson.

      1. I pooped myself while writing this, then I ate the poop, pooped that out and furiously masturbated with my second generation poop.

  3. as a paralyzed wheelchair user i’m always jealous of the hilarious jokes that my amputee friends can make with random shit as prostheses

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