See what happens when you get off the computer and go outside, teenagers?
Two Wisconsin teens, 17 and 18 years old, floated away on an ice raft in Lake Michigan last Saturday, the Journal Times reported.
Firefighters went to save the two boys, diving into the frigid waters and giving them life vests before pushing the ice barge with the teens on it back to shore, according to Boston News Times.
Racine Uncovered took a photo of the two unprepared sailors. Like most teens, even from far off, they look pretty apathetic about the whole experience.
The entire ordeal only took about 30 minutes, which was probably plenty of time for the teens to waste precious cell phone battery setting up Tinder dates and playing Angry Birds.
Correction: A previous version of this story said the boys lived in Michigan. They live in Wisconsin.
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