Thoroughly Testing The Results Of Making A Shopping Cart Go 73MPH

No cantaloupe is safe at such speeds.

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8 Responses to Thoroughly Testing The Results Of Making A Shopping Cart Go 73MPH

  1. hotspur says:

    Aren’t shopping carts plastic? I am trying to think of the last time I saw a metal one. 1992?

    Now I am going to be on the lookout. Maybe this was the last one.

  2. flanny says:

    To continue the rant I started yesterday, maybe the problem we’re having with solving world hunger is that we keep flinging perfectly good food against a wall just to watch it explode. That bread which so beautifully flew into the air better be from the expired bin.

  3. Sota says:

    One time I saw a shopping cart with like 100 heads of lettuce in it. No one drove it at a fast speed or anything, it just looked funny. Now I want to go find it so I can show you guys.

  4. martinmegz says:

    Wait why do we need faster shopping carts?

    • hotspur says:

      You missed the point — we need safer shopping carts. A 73-mph collision should be easily survivable by all persons and eggs. The technology exists! It’s just a matter of the government forcing the industry to use it.

      I recommend we all send this YouTube to our congressperson today.

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