Sorry, but the whole point of buying a piece of exercise equipment is that it stays in your house and you walk by it everyday thinking "today is the day". What good is it if it stays in your garage and you never see it?
Plus, can you imagine how big of an asshole someone would look like riding this down the street?
With the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London fast approaching I am getting super excited to drape myself in the American Flag. I mean how many times do shot putters (shout-out to curling for the winter games too) get to strut their stuff and actually have people watch them, let alone root for them? Only when people want to shove their medals in shitty countries faces.
Okay, you're probably asking yourself, "why is this here? That's a remote controlled ski boat, that's badass" and I can't disagree at all with that statement. This is easily the coolest thing we have ever featured on WBTS. If I had unlimited disposable income, an intense love for water skiing and absolutely no friends I would grab this thing in a minute. That last part of that sentence is the problem.
Look at this guy, he looks awesome. Until you find out that he paid $17,000 and has no friends. Again, this thing is really cool but I have a feeling you can get a somewhat decent boat to pull you and when you have a boat, friends come out of the woodwork. If you do decide to buy a Skier Controlled Tow Boat , make sure you pick up a copy of this for when you get home after a long day on the water.
Forgetting my phone when I go to drop a deuce is akin to Amelia Earhart forgetting her map when going on a quick trip around the globe. I'm lost, and now have to spend 10 minutes staring at a blank wall or hope to find an empty shampoo bottle in the trash to read how to rinse and repeat (and when do you stop repeating, amiright?). That all ends now. The Piddle, Poop, and Putt - Bathroom Rug can save you from the doldrums of dropping the Cosby kids off in the pool. So stop being bored while taking the Browns to the Superbowl and pick up a Piddle, Poop, and Putt - Bathroom Rug.
We aren't really sure of the Throwdown Bed's target audience. The seller implies that it is for "the little guy or gal" which when you see that their logo includes a backwards R leads you to believe it's for children (and it says it's for kids), but on the other hand it could just be for agressive midgets. Now I'm sure I wouldn't place very high in a father of the year competition and maybe I'm talking out of my ass, but a bed modeled after a cage fight doesn't seems like the best idea for kids. I'm all about racecar beds and tree forts and shit like that, but the Throwdown Bed just seems unnecessary. So, maybe it is for little people and if that's the case this bed gets the WBTS? seal of approval. Why would this be the first product to recieve the seal? Because midget cage fighting is adorable.
Adult men wearing jerseys can be a point of contention. Let's be honest, if you see a guy walking down the street or down the
deodorant isle in the Walmart, you probably think to yourself, "what a
douche". As an avid sports fan I wear them myself and I feel it's okay in certain situations; at sporting events, having people over for a game-watching party, going to a bar to watch a game with buddies. One time it's never okay to wear a jersey? When it's an all-star version. Seriously, who buys these things? It must be somebody because the leagues keep selling them.