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    How long can you balance a beer on your knee while mowing your lawn?

    My dad used to say “If I don’t spill my beer while mowing the lawn, then the yard is good enough”

    Here’s to you dad

    Beer can challenge. The rules are simple:


    Any can beverage of your choice
    Needs to be atleast half full
    Move at a decent pace. No crawling
    Atleast one hand on the steering wheel.
    Any riding apparatus that mows will work.
    Please state said apparatus and beverage in comment
    No propping up or holding
    Video or it didn’t happen

    My first run sucked. I only clocked 21 seconds but I did it in my un finished backyard with no topsoil. 1025R w 60D and a Bud Light

    Beer can balance on knee while mowing - YouTube
    Last edited by Kbar; 07-02-2019 at 07:19 PM.
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    Ha! But what a waste of half a beer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
    My dad used to say “If I don’t spill my beer while mowing the lawn, then the yard is good enough”

    Here’s to you dad

    Beer can challenge. The rules are simple:


    Any can beverage of your choice
    Needs to be atleast half full
    Move at a decent pace. No crawling
    Atleast one hand on the steering wheel.
    Any riding apparatus that mows will work.
    Please state said apparatus and beverage in comment
    No propping up or holding
    Video or it didn’t happen

    My first run sucked. I only clocked 21 seconds but I did it in my un finished backyard with no topsoil. 1025R w 60D and a Bud Light

    Beer can balance on knee while mowing - YouTube
    Your easily entertained aren't you Kbar?
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    I stick my coffee cup sealed in my holder on my 4044M and the top gets covered in manure dust working in the barn pasture? Been known to not drink it after a while! I could not balance a cup of coffee on my knee sitting in a chair let alone driving my tractor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    Your easily entertained aren't you Kbar?
    Perfect!!!!!!

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    I think I will pass on this one...............

    If my mowing lines aren't perfectly straight, it drives me nuts so I focus on getting the best mowing result.........

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    This is going to be pretty hard to do with a zero turn.......

    and hills.....

    and ponds.....

    and holding the darn video camera!

    What the hey, you only live once.
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    I would try this but I have a turbo so it would probably blow off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    I would try this but I have a turbo so it would probably blow off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    I would try this but I have a turbo so it would probably blow off.
    My problem is balancing a six-pack. I hate getting off the mower just to get another beer.
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