366 days of gratitude

My car spent last night outside.

When I went to drive it this morning the windows were covered in frost.

A few years ago something I bought came with a free scraped with which I was able to clear all the windows in a very short time.

I’ve long forgotten what it was I bought but the scraper is a gift which keeps on giving and I’m grateful for it.

5 Responses to 366 days of gratitude

  1. Gravedodger says:

    My bank mails me a seemingly inexhaustable supply of windscreen frost removers, havnt wotrn one out yet.

  2. Dave Kennedy says:

    Interestingly we don’t actually get that many frosts in Invercargill but when I was in Christchurch a few weeks ago we had several stiff ones. I seem to have collected a number of plastic cards (nonswipe) associated with certain retail outlets, these make passable windscreen scrapers (but probably not as good as a purpose made one).

    It is interesting how simple tools can make life so much easier 😉

  3. Paranormal says:

    Don’t worry DK, with all this Gorebull warmening, you won’t need to obtain a proper scraper.

    Greenies are saying that ice will be a thing of the past if this Gorebull warmening you’ve been threatening ever eventuates. It’s nice to know the black ice I hit on the way to work this morning will be consigned to history.

  4. Name Withheld says:

    It is interesting how simple tools can make life so much easier

    Oh the irony and hypocrisy continually displayed by the greens.
    Probably a PVC card…

    <blockquote It’s often reported that no other plastic presents such a direct environmental and human health threat as PVC does throughout its lifecycle; from manufacture to use to disposal

    Lets hope for the sake of the planet and the sanity of the green, (now there’s a contradiction in terms), that the card was made of PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate).
    There are many “simple tools that can make life so much easier”
    Sadly many more are rejected by wacky green zealots.

  5. Dave Kennedy says:

    Paranormal and NW

    Good grief!

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