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Now that winter is over for many of us, this can be even funnier:

http://www.wimp.com/janitorrevenge/
 
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Pretty funny, especially now that snow is back.

 
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Nice to have the embedded video. We can only dream of snow like that in the Seattle area. Come to think of it, I don't even own a snow shovel at this point in time.
 
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We can share if you want! I just had to scrape ice off the car.

That video made me think of those paths going across snowy fields. They sometimes are pretty tortuous, but people keep using them because they are the path of least resistance. Can be pretty funny when it is a drunk who made the path first!
 
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I laughed, I cried...
 
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