Yard Work: Guy Mows His Snow-Covered Lawn

February 1, 2018


This is a video of a man trying to mow his snow-covered front lawn. Or maybe he's trying to use his lawnmower as a snowblower. Whatever the case, I assume his wife was tired of having him in the house and told him to go do something outside. Man, I love the smell of lawnmower fumes so much. And combined with fresh-cut grass? *shivers* "Are you okay?" I'm going to need a minute. In the videographer's own words:

"I was watching tv when I heard a lawn mower running. I looked outside to see a guy mowing his lawn which was covered in snow!"

First of all, that's not just "a guy," that's your neighbor, and he has a name. Granted I don't know what that name is, but you definitely should. Secondly, and much more importantly than this poor bastard's name, what were you watching on tv? Anything good? I've been looking for some new shows.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Dave L, who agrees everyone takes their yard work responsibilities differently.

  • infi_nitive

    This got me thinking about how the with first few times a person has marijuana, it is really easy to get mixed up and start thinking weird things like, "Man, this snow is really making the wheels stick. How do I normally get snow off the wheels of my lawnmower... I probably can't remember because I'm too stoned. Hey! Banging it on the sidewalk works pretty well... sidewalk... sidewalk... ssssiiiiide..wooooook... WHY AM I MOWING MY LAWN IN FEBRUARY?! Almost done with the front yard. Maybe I should go next door and practice on the neighbor's yard before I go any further. This thing is getting heavy... I should give it a minute to melt the snow in the bag before I continue. Maybe I should bring it inside so it melts faster. I should open all the windows first so the house doesn't fill with exhaust. ...if I break all the windows, nobody will close them and die from carbon monoxide poisoning. I had better hurry before it's too late. Where is my hammer!?"

  • Matt

    Maybe it was the lawn guy and he was hard up for some cash.

  • Doog

    Don't do drugs, kids.

  • vilmam

    Maybe it was the lawn guy and he was hard up for some cash.

  • GarrettY

    Maybe it was the lawn guy and he was hard up for some cash.

  • Dao

    Everyone’s got their own hobbies

  • Munihausen

    Headline is pretty appropriate. Perhaps he just really needed to get out of the house.

  • sizzlepants

    Technically it would work as a makeshift snowblower (at least with that little amount) BUT you would have to remove the bag first...

    Though, at the same time, with that piddly amount of snow (seriously I got a drift well over 2 feet deep through my driveway on Tuesday night), a more effective solution would just be a shovel - like I used on Wednesday morning.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I kind of want to know what the inside of the bag looks like. It's probably not very interesting. Looks like melted snow and ice. That bag will be all soaked and nasty.

    Side note: I bought a mower one time for $200 with no bag. It was brand new and there was about $150 discount for buying it (it was a return at WalMart I think). I checked with the manufacterer and found a bag was $250. JFC! Don't buy a bagger mower without a bag unless you don't want a bagger.

  • sizzlepants

    Holy crap that's expensive!

    And if this genius didn't drain that bag of snow and ice it'll be nice and rotted by the time summer starts.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Everyone's got their own hobbies..

  • Jenness

    Maybe it was the lawn guy and he was hard up for some cash.

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