Utahns Create 17-Foot-Tall Pile of Leaves, Relive Great Childhood Pastime

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If at some point during your childhood you raked up a huge pile of fallen leaves, grabbed your dog, and dedicated a few hours to frolicking merrily - congratulations, you experienced one of the simple pleasures of being a kid. If you never had that pleasure, may I suggest that you're never too old to finally get around to it.

These guys know that simple pleasure, and set out to create a pile of leaves so large that they could safely jump into it from their roof. Ah, fall.

"17 feet tall. 60 feet around. Over 1,000 bags and 1 BIG JUMP! And before all of you start commenting on how you don't think it's 17 feet. Obviously it got shorter with each jump," they say on YouTube.

[via Bangakang]
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