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Saturday, February 5, 2011

How to shovel a drive way, Properly

Stuck shoveling a driveway?


No worries, I can help!

Here are some pieces of equipment  you'll need. First you've got to have your shovels. A big plastic on for scooping. Secondly you need a medal one for the hard ass pieces of ice. Third you need two buckets that you can fill with hot water and alternate. And for our final piece of equipment, a flame thrower. Yes a flame thrower, a propane powered flame spitter.



How do I know? Those are what I used to shovel a drive way today. True story bro.

30 comments:

  1. i just shoveled my back yard today where the f did all this snow come from

    your friend,
    ectomorphmuscle.blogspot.com

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  2. That would be an epic way to clear snow!

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  3. @Jordan No idea, I know nothing about snow other than their men and it melts.

    @Zoe! It was.

    And if anyone is wondering, YES I have a flame thrower, it's pretty amazing.

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  4. giggle giggle giggle :D smile on my face right now, pretty big one

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  5. I will pay you to shovel my snow with a flame thrower.

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  6. It would be good business to use a flame thrower instead of a shovel :D

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  7. Flamethrowers are snow's worst enemy.
    Good choice.

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  8. I know right? It's super effective.

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  9. I think I'll just stick to salt.

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  10. I haven't even ever got to see snow before :(

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  11. i have a flamethrower, now i just need a big plastic bag, lol

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  12. theres like 3 foot piles of snow in nyc right now from over a month ago lol

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  13. lucky i dont live in northeast NA

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  14. I like the idea of just melting the snow. :D

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  15. That flamethrower would have come in handy this winter. I ended up shoveling the driveway, most of the yard, and part of the street. An igloo was the goal.

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  16. A can of Axe and a lighter don't count as a flamethrower : /

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  17. hahahahaha dude, yeah jsut set your house on fire = shoveling problem solved coz you dont have house anymore >:)

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  18. No way. If you did that then you may be the most epic person on the face of the planet.

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  19. great blog, im gonna start following you

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  20. Haven't shoveled snow in a while. Although, when I did, I feel proud to think I wasn't the only one that did this. Personally, I used a variant of salt and napalm, but it's all the same. :)

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  21. we dont get snow in New Zealand :/

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  22. i hate shoveling, thank god we finally got a snowblower this year

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  23. bonus of being a college student, i don't have to care about shoveling, folks are hired by the city to do all that, feels good

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  24. I've shoveled my driveway 3 fucking times in as many days.
    Probably around 5 feet of snow in all.
    I MAD IF IT SNOWS AGAIN.

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  25. had to shovel my car out at least 5 times -_-
    a flamethrower wouldn't be a good idea to use to get my car out xD

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