Monday, August 19, 2019

Someone Beat Me To The Snarky Comment

Additional reasonable concerns raised included alligators, waterfalls, and Jason Vorhees. But let’s ignore for a moment the very real threats of being eaten, drowned, or launched off Niagara Falls. What, precisely, is the best case scenario with this product? Assuming all goes well, and you wake up feeling rested after a soothing night on the river, you still presumably are no longer where you were when went you to sleep, a scenario that is usually considered less-than-ideal when camping. Even if you were to tether your death tent to shore, there is still the issue of what happens if you need to relieve yourself in the middle of the night. Either you are expected to urinate/defecate off the side of the tent, or you must somehow find your way to shore in pitch darkness and then we’re right back to the watery grave scenario.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

I never thought camping could get worse, but clearly I was wrong.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

Camping is fun for about two days. After that even the GREAT poops doesn't make anything better.