- A video posted online shows a man wakeboarding and working on his laptop
- He throws the tow rope onto the boat and his friend hands him the computer
- He tries to pass the computer back but instead sinks in the water with the laptop
This may be the ultimate form of multitasking.
A man types away at his laptop while surfing in the wake of a motorboat.
Hilarious video posted online reveals the talented man can work AND play at the same time although one false move and he will regret it.
A man wakeboarding trades the tow rope for a laptop in the ultimate display of multitasking
The man starts out wakeboarding normally, holding onto a tow rope attached to a motorboat.
The video then shows him tossing the rope at the boat and free-styling.
He lets the board get close to the back of the boat when a friend passes him an open laptop.
He shows off his skills typing on his laptop while maintaining his balance on the board
He holds the laptop while still wakeboarding and pretends to do work on it.
The video shows the board approaching the boat and he tries to hand the computer back to his friend, but he didn’t get close enough.
He starts laughing and accepts defeat and closes the laptop.
He tried to hand the laptop back to his friend on the boat, but was too far away. He sunk into the water still holding the computer
He gets further from the boat and sinks into the water while holding the computer.
The man appears to be an experienced wakeboarder and is comfortable on the water.
It is unclear who filmed the video or where it was taken.
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