Death Traps happen. At least they happen a lot around the places that I go. It’s a wonder every human doesn’t spend one day a week in the emergency room because of them. What are death traps? Oh, you don’t know? Well, your butt better ask somebody. Oh, you just did ask me? Okay. My bad.
Death Traps are common everyday items that are left out by someone you love that have the potential to put a hurting on you. For example…
- Dishwashers. Dishwashers aren’t meant to be left open. When they are it’s easy to back into one, flip upside down, and break everything that’s breakable in your body.
- Toys with wheels on them. I don’t know about you but I do a pretty good job of walking around my living quarters in the dark. That is until you introduce a kid’s toy. Now stepping on a normal kid’s toy in the dark brings pain and tests your self discipline to not yell out curses that rhyme with spit, duck, and Besus Piste. Add to that toy wheels and you will be taken down to Chinatown.
- Babies. The other day I was carrying groceries into my house when all of the sudden I tripped over a death trap. What was said death trap? My daughter Reese. She was in the middle of a hallway in plain un-sight. Luckily for me kids are resilient and don’t remember anything before the age of four.
- Wetness. If you leave the ground wet it’s a sure sign that you like to see people fall. Clean up your spills people…clean em up!
If you love the people you live with never accidentally leave out anything that could become a death trap. Now don’t assume that these DeathTraps are all left by my family. I see them almost everywhere that I go. Death Traps are real people. Your family will thank me for this post.
This post has been brought to you by toes, knees, and other body parts that can be hurt by a carelessly left out Death Traps.
What are some other death traps that people unintentionally leave out?