Kings of the playground.

We've all been there, trying to sled down the snowy hill on the soggy cardboard.

But that's where the similarities between us and Todd Bieber end. Bieber, the guy who found that roll of film in Prospect Park a couple years ago, had a pair of skis and a simple wooden chair lying around. So he built a chair on skis, took to the slopes, and, one imagines, was the talk of the Park Slope Food Co-op that day.

And he filmed it for us to enjoy.

H/T Laughing Squid.

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