A police officer found a perfect hiding place for watching for speeding motorists.
One day, the officer was amazed when everyone was under the speed limit, so he investigated and found the problem.
A 10 year old boy was standing on the side of the road with a huge hand-painted sign that said “RADAR TRAP AHEAD.”
A little more investigative work led the officer to the boy’s accomplice. He found another boy about 100 yards beyond the radar trap holding up a sign reading “TIPS,” with a bucket at his feet full of change!
Just goes to show you can always make a bad situation better with some business ideas in mind.
Guest Elisabeth Toft (aka Elevated Locals) is a new contributor to My Worst Advice. A really rad chick living in NYC and shredding mountains whenever she can she gives us some of her best “worst” advice for snowboarding.
Back in the Day
After skiing for 6 years as a kid it was decided that I was to become a snowboarder. Snowboards were fairly new and my dad (a ski instructor) got me a board according to my height, 5’8.
Back then, you would pick the length of your skis based on how tall you were (among other things). This was not quite the deal with snowboards in 1993. I was 11 and I was learning to ride on a 167 Rossignol. Read More
Too many times there are fantastic words that fall through the cracks of our culture and society. Just like bringing retro colors back from the 80’s, I am going to petition to bring back these words just because of their awesomeness.
Don’t ask me why I used this the other day. I have no idea, but once it slipped past my lips, I said to myself damn I should use that more often. When someone is “wigging out” it usually refers to freaking out or they are anxious about something. You usually get an uncomfortable feeling when someone is wigging out around you because you can’t quite get them to come back down to reality and calm down.