*laughing* Too funny! :)
Really? Is anyone that dumb? Everyone knows the first step in a properly executed de-icing is to start the car and get some defroster action going. Duh!
Bwa-ha-ha-ha-haword verification:denseno kidding
When I lived in southern Calif, on those few days when the windshield was frozen over I'd just toss a pot of hot water over the window and all was good. I quickly learned that that is not a good tactic here in northern New Mexico. Oh, it gets your windshield de-iced all right, but the water then runs down onto your driveway where it immediately freezes up again and doesn't melt until spring.
LOL! Very funny!Yep, been there/done that.I used to go out and do it in my bare hands. Silly me. Of course I used to run 30 yards barefoot through the snow to get my mail from the roadside box...Hot water is NOT a good idea! My husband cracked our windshield doing that. Arrgghh.
Bless his heart. I winced when he fell. I pray that I never own another car without remote start, and heated seats. (Al-Qaeda probably uses folks like me in anti-American propaganda.)
"Yep, been there/done that."Not me... I'm way to smart to live in a state with that kind of weather...Oh... wait a minute... we just elected Jerry Brown... for the second time...Never mind. ;-)
Yep, RC; people in our state couldn't be trusted with real weather.
This clueless SoCal resident asks: But why did you ice your car in the first place??[\trying to duck densely-packed snowballs and razor-sharp icicles from incensed N/E/NE folks]
Bruce, being from NH, can totally relate to this. I used to get off work at midnight and have to go through this whole ritual when I lived there also. Chip, chip, chipping away at ice.
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