We've all seen social media posts about how some random stranger comes up to a person and asks them if they want to do something that would be super fun. Most of these random acts of fun or kindness always seem to happen in large cities like Los Angeles or New York City. However, one happened recently in Fort Collins.

Video creator, Taylor Calmus, better known as Dude Dad, randomly surprised one "husband of target" with a spontaneous quick trip to Horsetooth Reservoir to go wake surfing.

You might be asking yourself right about now... What is a Husband of Target? I am going to let this video do all of the talking because it is too true.

Dude Dad set out on a mission to find a local Husband of Target in Fort Collins and it didn't take long for him to find one at the location on South College Avenue. It took a total of asking three fellas in cars before Dude Dad found Larry.

Dude Dad took Larry to Horsetooth Reservoir for wake surfing all while Larry's wife shopped in Target. Larry hopped into the water to attempt wake surfing. By the second run, Larry certainly looked like a pro on the wakeboard.

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The short trip to Horsetooth was just enough time to have a blast in the water. Dude Dad quickly took Larry back to the Target parking lot to see Larry's wife walking back to the car from her Target run. Talk about perfect timing. See the video of Dude Dad taking a husband of Target wake surfing.

Source: Dude Dad Youtube

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