Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Adult Super Vision - Unnecessary Spaces

On Easter Sunday, I brought a Power Flyer Water Rocket to the festivities to entertain the kids.... Who am I kidding? I brought the rocket to entertain myself!


Even after numerous tries, the rocket never traveled more than five feet....


Apparently, I didn't have the recommended 'Adult Super Vision'.

20 comments:

  1. Adult super vision...hmm...so you have to be Superman to use it?

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  2. I love those warnings. Let's hope this wasn't made in China.

    FourthGradeNothing.com

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  3. That's so funny. Once again something lost in Chinese/Japanese/Korean to english translation.

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  4. LMAO, did you really expect it to work well and go further than 5 feet for less than $4? =D

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  5. I guess the Super Vision was in case you actually got the damn thing to work right you might need to track it down. LOL

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  6. That is too funny, but those errors drive me nuts!

    OK. if you watch Saturday Night Live, so you ever wonder why it is called:
    An SNL Digital Short?

    It should be A SNL Digital Short.

    Every week it drives me nuts!

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  7. Haha. I love those stupid kind of packaging errors. I have the adult super vision, though it's not as great as it sounds. Sure I can launch a water rocket 15 feet, but now I can't see in 3D.

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  8. You know I've seen those and always wanted to buy one. I just was afraid I'd lose an eye or somethin'.

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  9. Well maybe you could get Super Breath to make the damn thing travel a little bit further than 5 feet... (Then maybe the super vision to see it)

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  10. C'mon...get a "real" rocket. Your 4 year old will thing you're the bomb!! ;o)

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  11. Dude, those things never work. You should have spent a few more dollars and gotten the Nerf Blaster. That would have been MUCH more fun. Or good old water balloons. Tons-o-fun right there.

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  12. I love typos, they make the world a more interesting place. =)

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  13. Are there any disclaimers for use with Double Vision?

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  14. I've always wanted one of those but I don't have super vision, and I don't have supervision either.

    *sigh*

    Maybe someday...

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  15. It looks pretty, though. Does it glow in the dark?

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  16. I wonder how one gets super vision.

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  17. Could Cyclops use it? He has Super Vision.

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  18. So what they are saying is that even though you are an adult, there still has to be another adult around to supervise. LMAO

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  19. I wonder if that is anything like Superman's Xray Vision.

    That was certainly a funny set of directions.

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  20. Ha! I wish Super Vision came with adulthood. :)

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