Because this is the world we live in, Grant Engler and Amanda Volf got married over the weekend on a beach and left the ceremony with a pair of water jetpacks. Personally, I think Grant should have been carrying his new bride, but that's just me and I'm the most romantic man in the world and only dine by candlelight. Amanda is a former wedding planner and wanted to do something extraordinary for her own special day. Oh sure, WAY TO SAVE THE WATER JETPACKS FOR YOURSELF. No word if they were attacked by merpeople on the way to the reception.
Hit the jump for a brief video of enough of this nonsense, I'll be at the tiki bar at the end of the pier.
Thanks to fat piggie, who could be any one of my toes.
The Flyboard from Zapata Racing is basically a water powered jetpack similar to this one that this guy used to almost eat a dock, except for your feet. So, in summary, exact same thing but strapped to your feet. I guess it's all a matter of personal taste, are you more of a j... / Continue →
Note: I actually TRIED to find a better picture.
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Geekologie reader Josiah got married to his beautiful bride over the summer, and had the photographer take a shot of the entire wedding party pretending to be zombies and he and his wife as zombie slayers, then Photoshopped the... / Continue →