Video Of A Man's Sandals Repeatedly Getting Stuck To A Hot Road In China

July 16, 2018

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This is a video from Nanyang City in China's Henan Province on a 100-degree day of a man trying to cross a street and his feet repeatedly getting stuck to the asphalt while traffic goes around him. That does not look like a fun time, and I'd be pissed if it ruined my new Jordans. I mean, if I owned a pair of Jordans, which I do not because they're so expensive. The most I've ever paid for a pair of shoes is $60, and those were dress shoes to wear to interviews and weddings. "You mean the most I've ever paid." Dang it mom, why are always trying to embarrass me in front of my friends? "Those people aren't your friends." Yes they are too! Back me up. Well? Don't worry about all answering at once if that's what you're afraid of.

Keep going for the video while I crank the A/C until my dad yells at me.

Thanks to Ben J, who only leaves the house if it's going to remain between 72 and 76 degrees.

  • adsffda

    it's like the entire thing is one mass of sealant

  • Closet Nerd

    $60 sneakers?!
    #PRIVLEDGED

  • Calm

    Probably made in china.

  • Eric Ord

    GW is no one's friend. If GW was an ice cream flavor, he'd be pralines and dick.

  • Jenness

    You realize that to half the population that's like the yummiest freaking flavor combo right? Because OMG that sounds so good.

  • Eric Ord

    I hate pralines

  • Jenness

    I knew you were messed up....I just didn't realize to what extent. *Pats you on the back and whispers "get help, it's not too late"*

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    that's just a mime performing

  • Irina Abramovich

    Hubree can run across a Chinese street and not get stuck in the road... that guy is doing it wrong.... He must be high on LSD

  • Mark

    When I was a kid the roads in Pennsylvania where I lived would soften and bubble up the tar, and we walked around barefoot all the time...popping the bubbles with our toes and coating the bottoms of our feet with tar. I used to use gasoline to clean my feet almost every night.

    Chuck Norris has nothing on me.

  • GeneralDisorder

    The nearest tar and chip road to me would have been... about three miles. I pretty much always wore boots from age 10 to 16.

    Also I used to sing a bastardized version of "Sweet Home, Alabama" because Caledonia was just a few miles from my hometown and Alabama/Caledonia can be the same number of syllables.

  • Closet Nerd

    A match cleans the gasoline off quickly

  • Mark

    You know it!

  • Doog

    Luckily in China you can get a pair of Jorbans for less than 60 bucks

  • TheQiwiMan

    That was painful to watch.

    (and not just because its VV)

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