Most Amazingly, Spectacular, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Water Slide(easy to Make)




This is a tutorial to make the most amazingly, spectacular, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious water slide prepare for yourself for some thing on another scale of water fun.

Step 1: Get Materials

You will need a few things to make this absolutely amazingly spectacular water slide. You will need a clear plastic tarp 10'x25', a rock wall or some sort of ledge, a sturdy wooden board, and a hose to make the slide slippery.

Step 2: Roll Out the Plastic Tarp

The title of this step makes this step pretty self explanatory, just take your tarp out of the packaging it was in then roll it completely out nice and flat.

Step 3: Put Strong Wooden Board on Your Wall

Take your sturdy wooden plank and put it on your wall at a nice angle so you can go super fast going down your water slide.

Step 4: Lay Tarp Over Wooden Board

Lay your tarp over the wooden board and stick your hose at the top, turn the hose on and your water slide is complete. It is truly Most amazingly, spectacular, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious water slide ever. We are not responsible for any injuries that occur while using or making this.



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    5 Discussions


    hi, i want to be on instructables too. do i just take any idea that comes into my head and put it up?

    i have been wanting to repair the roof of my house with only a blue tarp. please advise.


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Perhaps a framework of timbers under that board would help make this less dangerous? I wouldn't let my kids slide down this as is, but I like the idea quite a bit.


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    No, really??

    Seriously, you'd be better off putting your slide down the very steep grass bank just beside that wall - it won't snap and stab splinters into your kidneys like the chipboard could...