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How to open a stubborn window:
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Posted 8/22/14

BlueOni wrote:


Brainstamp wrote:

I really love fresh air and sunlight, it keeps me happy and not feeling icky breathing in dust particles and pet hair.

Not every oil my dear friend....not every oil. Lemon essential oil spritzed around areas you don't want spiders helps repel them..they don't like the taste of citrus (apparently they can taste with their legs too somehow)

I infiltrated their HQ to learn this data.


I like fresh air, but it's grey skies and rain which keep me happy. And that means keeping the windows shut. In fact, the sight of raindrops going down a window is itself pretty calming for me.


I agree. I enjoy all forms of weather except natural disasters and crazy wind that ruins your hair you just finished perfecting. lol
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you fly through it duh
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Dynamite gets windows open pretty quickly.
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Posted 9/7/14
Check for spiders. For all you know, the buggers could've been holding it shut.

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Posted 9/7/14
I usually just pull on it until it opens or the hinges break. I can fix it later.
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STEP ONE: Make your way into your garage.

STEP TWO: Locate your nearest hammer/axe/etc.

STEP THREE: Go to the stubborn window.

STEP FOUR: Using your tool of choice, aim carefully at the glass, swing your arms and smash the window to shreds!



Now that's how it's done, folks.
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Get someone else to do it for me. The curse of the slothful teen.
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Posted 1/31/15
Break it.
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A good alternative to peanut butter would be to grind up a bucket full of spiders in a blender and use the paste as a window channel lubricant.

Any paste left over can be used as a spread on toast or crackers. (As always, refrigerate any unused portions promptly to retain freshness).

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Posted 2/3/15
No contest, its a hammer
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New Year cleaning -- closing threads with no new posts since 2015
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