Monday, July 4, 2016

What's going on with this guy watching fireworks inside a bubble?

Sorry the photo isn't better, was afraid to get too close.
While taking in some July 4th (actually on the 2nd) fireworks on a crowded beach the other night, one man was 100-percent determined not to get any bug bites.  His solution was this single-person chair-shaped clear tent (pictured).  The funny thing was, when the fireworks started he didn't look up from his phone the whole time, so he might as well have just sat at home in his weird little bubble.

Something else I can't figure out--what's the intended purpose of this contraption anyway?  I can't imagine there's much of a market for transparent solo tents to protect yourself from insects during fireworks shows.

Could it be for watching sporting events in the rain?  That reminds of the absurd "Forever Lazy" infomercial that tries to convince you it's OK to wear their adult onesie pajamas to football games.

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