There is a reason they say that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Some might like to believe that the Sin City lives on the wild side and is a haven for overstimulation, but it’s also an interesting cultural study and a lot of fun. For one dad, he was anxious to record the epic vacation in the Disneyland for adults; instead, he recorded the whole experience in selfie mode.
Irishman, Joseph Griffin borrowed his son’s GoPro camera to capture the exciting trip on camera but clearly should have read the directions or have asked him how to use the device. Instead of capturing the famous Las Vegas strip, he mostly managed to capture close-ups of his own face while pointing the camera the wrong way. “There’s the Trump Tower, same color as his hair,” he jokes in the clip.
Griffin only realized he’d been pointing the gadget the wrong way when he got back home to Ireland. What he thought he was recording was the optimum guide through the city. Instead, the viewer never gets to see any of these tourist attractions.
Now dad is the tour guide of the year after his son, Evan, who lent him the action camera for the trip, stitched the clips together and uploaded the 4-minute footage to YouTube with the description, “So… Gave my Dad my GoPro while he was in Las Vegas,” Evan wrote. “I did not, however, instruct him on how to use it, so my dad being my dad, and a culchie didn’t know which way to point the f*****g thing.”
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