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Desc:Irresponible father straps a rocket to his son's skateboard.
Category:Stunts, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:rocket, skateboard, Irresponsible father
Submitted:Clarky_cat
Date:01/31/08
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Comment count is 40
Aelric - 2008-01-31
because if launch our sons into space, the Russians win.
Aelric - 2008-01-31
rather, if we can't launch them. typo kind killed an already unfunny joke, eh?

glasseye - 2008-01-31
Suburbia doesn't breed rocket skateboard pilots, apparently.
baleen - 2008-01-31


He should really be thrown in prison for this.
Azmo23 - 2008-01-31
fuck that noise.
you trust fund kids are so sheltered, I agree if this was on an episode of 7th Heaven or 8 is enough, the lesson would involve that dad being punished for abuse.
Outside of magic tv land though, real dad's like to have fun, which may be potentially dangerous. hell it has to be, safe is not fun.
leave your gated community once in a while suburbanian, this dad could kick your dad's ass.
god I wish he had taped the kid's feet to the board.

dr_rock - 2008-01-31
You have the angst of a pimply white suburbanite! Rawr!

Doctor Arcane - 2008-01-31
What ever. Best Dad Ever!

The kid was wearing a helmet and what look like motorcycle leathers? If I was Dad I'd have a fire extinguisher near by and you're good to go.

baleen - 2008-02-01


The kid would probably have been fine save a few first degree burns on his leg, it's the fact that the skateboard was a flaming missile that could have destroyed somebody's house that I was more worried about. Also note near-death of dog.

Your dad probably could kick my dad's ass, as he is 70 years old, but he has an IQ of 165 and he's written like 24 books. So my dad is way cooler.

Billy Buttsex - 2008-02-01
Baleen... come on. Don't be such a bitch.

The kid was wearing a fuckin' helmet.

LEAVE MEN ALONE.

Billy Buttsex - 2008-02-01
PS When my dad was a kid, he learned martial arts and got into fights, and then shot arrows into the air just to see how close they could get to his feet. Then, if an arrow hit him, I'm sure he would've just pulled it out and started shooting again. Then he went to Vietnam.

Billy Buttsex - 2008-02-01
PPS My dad has a higher IQ, put himself through school, and then homeschooled four kids and taught EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US not to be whiners.

Alektorophobic - 2008-09-04
Billy being homeschooled explains a lot.

OxygenThief - 2012-07-19
My dad can expand the Wronskian better than your dad.

Gamara II - 2008-01-31
What a terrible father. Obviously he should have strapped the rocket to the kid, not the skateboard.
NineEleven - 2008-01-31
Another secret origin confirmed
Billings - 2008-01-31
Awesome father
Hooper_X - 2008-01-31
Man, that's the coolest dad ever. You guys are nerds.
zatojones - 2008-01-31
Seriously. Any dad who would say "sure!" to a kid's request to build a rocket skateboard is awesome

dr_rock - 2008-01-31
Once when I was about 12 I built a working cannon out of some household materials. As I was sneaking it out of the house with my friends, I walked right into my dad. Busted! I was so terrified that he was going to freak out... instead he was like "wow, will this thing work? let's go fire it off!" Lo and behold it worked very well, and was way more fun since my dad was there to supervise, and we didn't have to hide/run after we fired it off. Cool dads are awesome.

glendower - 2008-01-31
That right there is the making of a great childhood memory.
Rabid Vegan - 2008-01-31
My dad once strapped sparklers to my bicycle wheels. They sat my pants on fire and I got some nasty burns around my calves. I love my dad, and I love this dad, too, because they're both made of irresponsibility and pure awesome in equal parts.
ZawBanjito - 2008-01-31
My dad once stabbed my in the leg with a screwdriver, but he isn't anywhere NEAR as awesome as this dad!
ZawBanjito - 2008-01-31
... stabbed me in the leg
... stabbed my leg

He slipped, hit mah thinker.

Clarky_cat - 2008-01-31
I love how irresponsible dad's first priority is to run and check that his skateboard is alright rather than his burnt son.
Chip - 2008-01-31
I think he's trying to save the neighbors' dog, who's in more immediate danger.

This dad is awesome. His kid will grow up to be an ubermensch.

Cleaner82 - 2008-05-26
That's funny, I didn't see any burnt son.

kingarthur - 2008-01-31
I love the little ditty to America the kid sings at the beginning.
Squeamish - 2008-01-31
God, you people are pussies. Barring an act of the God of Awesome, there's no way the kid would be able to stay on the skateboard anyway. The only thing that could happen DID happen - skateboard flies out, runs amok in a rocket-fueled rage, crashes and burns, and laughter ensues.

This kid is going to love his father for the rest of his life.
Jeriko-1 - 2008-02-01
Awesome Dad is awesome!

dancingshadow - 2008-01-31
Actually if the kid had stayed on, it probably would have worked out well.
dancingshadow - 2008-01-31
I mean with the kids weight on it... it wouldn't shoot off so fast.

Dinky Patterson - 2008-01-31
On Halloween Dad helps the kids egg houses on that street, too.
gambol - 2008-02-01
Needs a 'proud to be an American' tag
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-03-21
If you can't laugh about it, what's the point? These people know this...
Torture the Artist - 2008-04-18
this is exactly why i shouldn't have kids. every one of their belongings would have a rocket on it.
Pie Boy - 2008-07-05
Happy fourth, everyone

-1 because this doesn't really end badly enough to qualify as an "accident".
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-11-26
Is this a commercial for requiring parenting licenses? Because SOLD
Camonk - 2008-11-30
The mom thought it was a good enough idea to film it, so it can't have been THAT irresponsible.
Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-07-18
I love how into it mom and little sister are. What a great family.
woodenbandman - 2011-01-08
Needs a "best dad ever" tag.
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