My House… PMS Day # 5…


Raymond From Atlanta Sends These Pics Of What A Driver In Louisiana Thought Was A Broken Fan Belt…

A guy in St.Louis was driving to work on Hwy 144 when he heard a “POP!”
He thought it sounded like a flat tire, though his ride wasn’t affected.  After
pulling over, checking the tires and finding them intact, he opened the hood
to look at the motor.  Before the hood was even all the way open, he jumped
back in shock and knocked his head on the partially opened hood, unable
to believe what his eyes were seeing!

Looks Like His Serpentine Belt Broke…


This Is Taking The Term Serpentine Belt A Bit Far…


This Is Why They Tell You Not To Wear A Tie When Checking Under Your Hood…


Will AAA Cover This?…


Fortunately… It’s An Acura… We’re Pretty Sure Acura Covers Anacondas


Finding A Big Old Snake Under The Hood Might Throw Your Day Off… 

101 Uses For Everyday Things…

Lemon, Newspaper, Salt, Dryer Sheets… Regular everyday stuff we’ve all got laying around the house… You could save tons of money by not having to buy special cleaners and junk that will just clog up the space under your kitchen sink… See The Whole 101 Things At: 

New Uses for Lemon:

Use Lemon to:
  1. Sanitize a chopping block. Run a slice of lemon over the surface to disinfect.
  2. Whiten fingernails. Rub a wedge on the surface of your nails.

New Uses for Newspaper:

Use Newspaper to:
  1. Deodorize food containers. Stuff a balled-up piece of newspaper into a lunch box or thermos, seal it, and let sit overnight.
  2. Ripen tomatoes. Wrap them individually and leave them out at room temperature.

New Uses for Coffee Filters:

Use Coffee Filters to:
  1.  Diffuse the flash on a camera. When you’re taking a close-up, soften the brightness by placing a coffee filter over the flash.
  2.  Strain wine from a bottle with a broken cork. Place the filter over a pitcher or a carafe and slowly pour the wine into it.

New Uses for Olive Oil:

Use Olive Oil to:
  1. Shave. Olive oil can provide a closer shave when used in place of shaving cream.
  2. Shine stainless steel. Many cleaning standbys, such as ammonia, can dull and even corrode chrome and stainless steel. Olive oil, however, is a safe and effective shining agent.

New Uses for Dryer Sheets:

Use Dryer Sheets to:
  1. Freshen smelly shoes. Insert a dryer sheet into the offending pair and let sit overnight.
  2. Clean pet hair from the floor or furniture. Rub a dryer sheet over the spot where Fluffy left her fur.

New Uses for Baking Soda:

Use Baking Soda to:
  1. Exfoliate skin. Wash your face, then apply a soft paste made of three parts baking soda and one part water. Massage gently with a circular motion, avoiding the eye area; rinse clean.
  2. Erase crayon, pencil, ink, and furniture scuffs from painted surfaces. Sprinkle soda on a damp sponge, rub clean, and rinse.

New Uses for Vinegar:

Use White Vinegar to:
  1. Kill weeds between cracks in paving stones and sidewalks. Fill a spray bottle with straight vinegar and spray multiple times. (Be careful not to get any on the surrounding grass, as it will kill that too.)
  2. Remove stubborn price tags or stickers. Paint them with several coats of vinegar, let the liquid soak in for five minutes, then wipe away the residue.

New Uses for Ziploc Bags:

Use Ziploc Bags to:
  1. Store homemade soup. Fill up bags, then lay them flat in the freezer. When the bags of soup freeze flat, you’ll be able to pile them up like stacked books for easy, space-saving storage.
  2. Protect precious cargo. No bubble wrap? Slip a straw into the top of a nearly closed Ziploc bag and inflate. Remove the straw and seal to make a cushion. (Heirlooms, however, should wait for that bubble wrap.)

New Uses for Velcro:

Use Velcro to:
  1. Hang pieces of art or photos on a wall. Stick several strips of Velcro to the wall and to the back of a lightweight frame.
  2. Prevent a jacket or a blouse from gaping open. Sew small pieces of Velcro between the buttons to create a smooth surface.

New Uses for Salt

Use Salt to:
  1. Make eggs or cream whip up faster and higher. Add a pinch of salt before beating.
  2. Prevent frost from accumulating inside car windows. Rub the glass with a solution of 2 teaspoons of salt in 1 gallon of hot water. Wipe dry.

Lots More Uses For All These Things At: 

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