this guy was built for adventure
The video is the best part.
Also, this had better be a story arc.
Not quite Two-cops, but i could go for it.
I agree, no one is two-cops, but sometwo is!
Hahaha that new segment took place right across the street from where my friends live, in Toronto.
"learn how to talk to hot women now!"? huntyr chase has commandeered this site
Put Sea Chest into Super Boobs-Look-At High School and he instantly transforms into See Chest!
but that imples men as well, and no one likes to watch men with bare chests…
but bear chests…. interesting…
*sigh* Why are there so many of us Canadians who are inventing weird, totally impractical things like giant, wearable, floating briefcases and bear-proof suits (now apparently a SPARTAN suit) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPS2l5fQ55A
I'm going to invent a waterproof, bulletproof, bear-proof, US Junior World Hockey Team-proof salad spinner. That'll show em.
I don't know if I should feel proud or ashamed that this was invented by a fellow Albertan. Plus, how much would and Albertan know about sailing?
Then again, people invented some weird crap back in at the turn of the 20th century. Was that left over from 1915, or did some genius this it would be a stellar idea to bring it back?
This is a scene from the new Bioshock movie.
It's so practical, not to mention stylish!
you have clearly never been to a lawyer party.
Oh Canada, what will you come up with next?
In the video: how does he buckle it when he gets in? doesn't look like the arms reach.
He is like Tony Starck, but instead he made a suit that is great from running away from a doomed ship! Genuis!
Looks like the guy from Mario that drops coins when you hit him
Can't watch the video, says it's private.
Did you change his name from sweetbottom to tenderfinn?