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Dad probably regrets throwing massive snowball at his kid
Well, this didn’t end well.
Lest you think we exaggerated with our headline, we promise you: This dad totally ruined his kid’s life with a giant snowball.
It starts off so innocent: the father rolling a snowball as his daughter interferes, unaware of the large chunk of ice that’s about to be thrown her way and send her flying.
Then comes the moment—Dad raises the snowball above his head and launches it forward. Upon impact, you can almost hear him thinking, “Man, this was sort of a bad idea but still kind of worth it,” as he runs towards his daughter to check on her.
If we were the girl in this video, we’d totally milk this for all it’s worth: a McDonald’s Happy Meal every day for a month; a later bedtime; and anything else that a kid her age would want after being hit by a giant snowball—and realizing that life isn’t fun, but rather, cold and cruel.
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.