Impressive!: Man's Beer Can Crushing Stomp Dance

October 19, 2017

"Alright, it is recording now."

This is a video of total stud Jim 'The Can Man' Anderson quickly crushing a long line of aluminum cans in front of the Pure Ice Company in Yankton, South Dakota (which looks like a great place to have a few cold one outside with your buddies) with what appears to be some sort of can-stomping dance he's developed. He's as graceful as a ballerina. *laying tux out on bed* Call me if you need a dancing partner, we could make a small fortune in recycling.

Keep going for the video while I go practice outside.

Thanks to Tank, who agrees Jim needs to take his show on the road and join my circus.

  • Munihausen

    I've been wasting my life.

  • Some one re-mix this with "These Boots were Made for Walking..."

  • sizzlepants

    This looks like a rejected scene from Letterkenny where Wayne needs justification for wishing Daryl wasn't so awkward.

  • Jenness

    But he can he do that with the other leg - because then THAT would be impressive

  • Bling Nye

    "That was awesome!"

    ...was it?

  • Hazakabammer

    Maybe if you have an IQ of around 90 or lower and no internet access. Otherwise if you have an IQ of around 90 and internet access, you'd be enjoying cat videos and rap music.

  • Draco Basileus

    Someone get Michael Flatley on the line. We've got the "Lord of the Dance 2: Lord of Cans" right here.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    this looks like it could be taking place in an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger. i kept waiting for Walker and Trivette to arrive and start questioning/kicking people.

  • MustacheHam

    Dancy dance! 🦐

  • Mark

    I stopped watching when I saw vertical.

  • Adibobea9

    Now smash the mode from portrait to landscape…

  • Nope

    Another hard day of beer drinking at the Pure Ice Company.

  • Bling Nye

    I used to live in SD, in a town with no stop lights and three bars. I used to work nights periodically and would get off shift at 8:00-8:30 AM and go to the bar. There is literally nothing else to do there besides drink.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I grew up in rural north-central Pennsylvania (the center of Elk County which happens to be about 20% Allegheny national forest).

    There were no stop lights until the WalMart moved out of Saint Marys and into Fox Township but that's a half mile from the border of Fox Township.

    There's five churches and six bars for a population of 3600 people, roughly. There's also a beer distributor (Pennsylvania liquor/beer laws are dumber than fuck) and a bowling alley that sells beer.

    When I lived there from age 20 to 23 I spent most of my time drunk or driving somewhere to get drunk or driving drunk or... well, when I wasn't drunk I was high.

    Rural places seem nice but when you're young and vibrant you just end up doing stupid shit like drugs, booze, extreme stunts, etc.

  • Draco Basileus

    Sounds like paradise.

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