Things you should never ever do on a jet ski…

Do not lay face down and do a one-handed push up on a jet ski. I don’t care how manly it makes you look.

Don’t put you face on the handlebars. If you hit a wave, you will knock your own teeth out. Also, it makes you look like you are kissing a machine, which is just weird.

Okay, maybe it doesn’t even make you look that cool to lay down on the seat anyway.

Don’t pull your legs up onto the seat…

Not even if you are going to do this…

Only a true master should ever meditate on a jet ski.

Never try to look like you are going faster than you really are. That is just lame.

And do not get to comfortable and cocky. That is asking for trouble. I don’t care how adorable you look doing it.

It is okay to stretch your legs…

Because you will get carried away and do something silly.

And you will end up looking like a dying cockroach and maybe slam into a boat.

And one again, this does not really make you look all that cool.

It is acceptable to pretend you are an explorer scanning the horizon, as long as you are careful.

It is okay to look supremely happy.

And it is okay to look awesomely cool and handsome while zooming around jumping over boat wakes and acting like a maniac.

About pouringmyartout

You will laugh at my antics... That is my solemn promise to you... Or your money back... Stop on by...
This entry was posted in Pictures of me, Stories of my life and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Things you should never ever do on a jet ski…

  1. Art, I’m glad you were willing to put your own life in extreme jeopardy to show us what NOT to do on a jet ski. Or maybe you were just being your usual goofy self, but your actions are truly appreciated either way.

  2. Doug Thomas says:

    LOL! I was waiting for the Moment of Kharmic Doom to end the photo sequence and am forced instead to proclaim to in thanks to Ye Merciful Gods, “Well done, Sir! You are amazing!”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s