What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Lion-Drawn Cart (and other Alternate Energy Vehicles)

lion cart
I eat horsepower for breakfast

You know what the problem with Power Wheels and Go Karts is? Too predictable. How are we to raise our hoonlets properly when their vehicles run reliably (or reasonably reliably in the case of a kart) and go right where they point them? No. Far, far too easy. What they need are carts drawn by power sources not normally associated with draft work…

Gobbling up the miles.

Yeah, that’s a turkey cart. If your smallblock craps out on you, can you have it for dinner?
See more of this insanity (and learn why you’re probably already very familiar with that lion) at Daddytypes.com

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12 responses to “What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Lion-Drawn Cart (and other Alternate Energy Vehicles)”

  1. BGW Avatar

    If you thought ethanol played hell with the corn crop, just wait 'til everyone's driving a couple turkeys around.

  2. CptSevere Avatar

    I'd like to see what happens when the lion cart and the turkey cart encounter each other. You'd have a real mess.

    1. Tim Odell Avatar
      Tim Odell

      Or a faster Lion Cart.

      1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

        and a lot faster turkey cart

  3. damnelantra™[!] Avatar

    just imagine for a minute you are sitting in front of a grand parent. when out of the blue they sputter something like "back in coolidges day we rode around in a woodbox wheelbobber powered by a lion."
    who here would not think grands gone looney…?

  4. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

    I really tried to teach my Bostons to pull a Radio Flyer and they were not very interested. One vomited in the grass and the other one just farted and then began barking at me. After the second six pack I sort of lost interest too.

    1. CptSevere Avatar

      Someone ran the Iditarod with a team of poodles, no shit. If you did the same thing with a team of Boston Terriers, well, then you'd be somebody. The training regimen would take more than a few sixpacks, apparently…
      At least you tried to train your dogs. Trying to train my two worthless cats to do anything useful would be a complete waste of time.

      1. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

        Iditarod with POODLES?!? That's awesome! Bostons would never be a contender for that type of thing. They could do it, I'm sure, as mine are freakishly strong for their diminutive size, but they are not fans of the cold at all. They should be named after a city other than Boston, because I just can't see mine or anyone else's being very happy with the cold winters up there. As far as training them, that's been very tricky. They're about the most ADD animals I've ever had in my life, and all they want to do is play. They fetch very well, but as for sitting, staying, or rolling over, they're hopeless. But they are the most lovable little bastards ever. Cats are good because they don't require much. I have actually considered one at one point, but I also have a Red Heeler along with the Boston Terrors, and I think she'd eat a cat if it were present.

  5. joshuman Avatar

    That lion is giving a look that says "I know I'm not old enough to understand why you are laughing but I do know you are laughing at me and I'm not happy about it so unhook me before I eat the kid."

  6. dculberson Avatar

    "If your smallblock craps out on you, can you have it for dinner?"
    I know that you meant "smallbock."

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  8. Jorge Soliman Avatar

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