When you’re cold in the dead of winter, you’ll do almost anything to stay warm.
I’ve heard it’s possible to stay warm all winter long with only one log. Yes, that’s right—one log. You take the log and toss it out of a second story window. Then you run downstairs and outside, fetch the log, schlep it back up the stairs, and toss it out the window again. If you do this for 20 minutes every time you start to get cold, you’ll warm up in a flash.
People will do some pretty crazy things to stay warm. Some work, and some are simply bad ideas, like the following:
Cuddling is another way to stay snuggly warm this winter.
If you’re stuck on the planet Hoth, freezing, and there’s a freshly deceased Tauntaun nearby, by all means use your light-saber and crawl in!
There’s got to be more sensible and realistic ways to stay warm this winter.
Posted by Caffeine Communications at 09/24/2008 05:45:56 PM |
|Pop a diversion box over your clothes dryer's vent. That way you can warm your house every time you finish up a load. The moist air is great for houses dry heat. You could get into the habit of drying your laundry in the stove room, but that's occasionally awkward with kids and dogs romping around.|
Posted by: Marcia ( Email: ) at 11/2/2008 5:35 PM