If You Don't Hold On Tight, You Might Get Launched From Your Floatie

LPE360Published: November 23, 2017
Published: November 23, 2017

They say that friends that play together, stay together. The meaning is simple – spending time with each other strengthens the your bond. But what happens when you do more extreme bonding activities, like, say, riding on floaties?

It is summer finally and fun time gets even more fun, because you get to do all those things on or by the water. Adrenaline junkies gets extra excited, because there's so much you can do on the water, like waterskiing, kneeboarding, wakeboarding and so on. Wanna do something with your favorite adrenaline-junkie friend? You can ride on a water sled or, better yet, why not try the tandem towable tubes, like these two did.

That sure looks like fun! The sun is shining, the water is great, life vests are on (you know, just in case), the boat is zooming across the water. What could possibly go wrong? It seems that the tow boat has reached the border of the safe space for water boarding and makes a sharp U-turn, making huge and dense waves across the water. Waves mean more fun, right?

But these two didn’t get the memo that you are supposed to hold on really tight to your floatie. Cue in the slow motion footage at just the right time and we get to see what is the result when speed and force meet - you get sent dozens of feet into the air.

This could mean the beginning or the end of the fun. Depends whether your glass is half full or half empty.

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