Parenting is a contact sport, this is the protection.
When you’re a parent, you may, at times, become a human jungle gym. It can be a lot of fun having your little ones climbing all over you and having fun, but for dads, there’s a whole lot more to worry about. Yes, those little feet, pointy elbows, and flailing arms can become a hazard to his family jewels, but now there’s a fix: kid-proof underwear for men.
FridaBalls [[FREE-duh-balls]] are a hilariously named product and as funny as they sound, they’re real and they’re here to help dad “protect his legacy.” These claim to be the world’s first kid-proof underwear, so dads, uncles, and guys everywhere can have fun with kids without fear of getting an injury down there. These undies have a reinforced protective pouch to “soften the blow and keep dad’s buddies safe” should a baseball be hit in their direction, or kick gets out of control.
"FridaBalls is the boxer brief designed to add branches to your family tree," reads a press release for the new product. "Each pair of FridaBalls is equipped with our patent pending Heirloom Conservation Technology (HCT)."
Bank of America accidentally sent a North Carolina family a check for over $1-million.
Eric Gabriel and his family were expecting cash from Bank of America, but when they opened the check and saw it was made out for more than $1-million, they knew it was too good to be true. The Waxhaw, North Carolina family couldn’t believe it and Gabriel admits the thought of becoming an instant millionaire was tempting.
“We freaked out,” Gabriel says. “All these thoughts run through your mind, like ‘Oh, I can do this. I might not even have to work.’”
But ultimately, they did the right thing and notified the bank about their mistake. Gabriel says the bank basically just said “Oops, we made a mistake.” And even though he’s not rolling in the dough, the family sleeps well at night knowing they did the right thing.