|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-07-13 |
Do want. And starting at only '000 with great earning potential...words words words
|ASubmarineSandwich - 2009-07-13 |
These things have been around forever. I still remember flipping through a Sharper Image catalogue as a starry-eyed 5th grader (I'm 25) and seeing full-color print ads for these "personal submarines" shaped and painted like whales and dolphins.
This is the first time I've ever seen video of one in action before, however. I have to say my inner child is somewhat disappointed that they aren't capable of diving to the bottom of the lake and finding sunken canoes and Indian treasure.
Didn't TinTin have one of these?
|Chalkdust - 2009-07-13 |
I want an animated gif of :45-:48
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2009-07-13 |
I dont need a mechanical dolphin to beat my friends.
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-07-13 |
Now do a barrel ro--Oh.
|Freeman Gordon - 2009-07-13 |
It's unsafe to use them in Japan though.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-07-13 |
There are only two types of people who use things like this.
One of them is fictional characters.
The other is assholes.
Naw, dude. I roll up in my personal submarine shaped like a dolphin and I practically drown in pussy.
It could be dudes, too, I bet. Not that I care about that!!!
Ha Ha Ha!
Sometimes I blackout a little, you know, from all the excitement. But, it's all good, brah. The music that plays in my head as I go out is just like in the commercial.
|Sputum - 2009-07-13 |
Oh man a clostrophobic, fifty-thousand dollar jetski that can go almost a foot underwater! This will totally cover up my bald spot!
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