Playing around with garage doors and garage door parts is NOT a laughing matter when it comes to the safety of kids….unless it’s someone else’s kids!
When I was a kid I used to take my sisters toys and smash them with a hammer. Little Buster took it a step further, stealing his sisters baby doll and smashing it with the garage door. This is the kid of hardcore action you’d expect to see when visiting pro wrestling blogs. Don’t be surprised if Little Buster ends up making pro wrestling news by dropping elbows on the next set of garage doors.
The epic battle continues as the garage door faces off against a water bottle. It got pretty intense…
You think Gilligan might have taught us how to open a coconut with all that time he spent on the island. So we put it to the garage door test to see if it will bust.
Snap, Crackle, CRUNCH!
We knew breakfast was an important part of the day but who knew it was strong enough to bust a garage door!
The garage door, weighing in at over 300 pounds, is an instrument of mass destruction held in check by Federally required safety features. We removed those safety features and brought challengers to answer the question: Will It Bust?
Battle Round 1: Garage Door vs Watermelon
When I was growing up, Disney was about a mouse. A mouse who hung out with a duck, a dog and his cute mousey girlfriend in a red and white polka -dot dress. Now Disney is about a teenage pop star diva going through an identity crisis, Grease knock-off musicals featuring teenage boys with feminine haircuts, and a group of kids with thousands of dollars of video equipment producing live streaming web shows who never seem to have any parental supervision. Well, be it as it may, this new generation has inspired kids around the world to follow in their footsteps – but naturally, most of them don’t have the same appeal as Hannah Montana or the Jonas Brothers. Here’s a pilot episode of Pippen and Mcghee (*ding*) showing off their talents with hopes of being the next online Tweenie Boppers!