Yay, Yay, it’s Saturday…

The temperature is only going to reach single digits this weekend in the Midwest, so it seems especially important to remind people not to leave carbonated beverages in the car overnight!

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  1. I remember doing that. Fortunately they were water bottles and didn’t explode. I felt pretty silly just the same.

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    1. My stepson put pop in the freezer to get cold when he was younger and then promptly forgot about it! There might even be a partial water bottle in my car that’s partially frozen this morning — perhaps I should check lol

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  2. OMG that is just horrible !!!!

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  3. Oh my goodness!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for this. I’ve got some cleaning supplies in my car… Yeah…Lysol and Febreze explosion would be messy too!

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  4. Um and beer… That’s a tragedy too!

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  5. And if they don’t explode(freeze solid), partially frozen is still flat!

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    1. We use our attached garage as another fridge in the winter, but it can be too cold out there for some things…

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  6. This reminds me of the time I was going to a church function with two apple pies on the passenger seat. Someone ran the light and T-boned me, spinning my car around. It acted like a centrifuge, sending pie all over the place. When I went to get the contents out of my poor vehicle, there was the strong scent of apple all over. The paramedics had to put blankets down so they could get in to work on me while the firemen used the jaws of life to get me out. At least apple and cinnamon smell better than Pepsi! Thanks for the good laugh!

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    1. Oh, bet the paramedics were surprised!

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    1. I know, what a mess, right?

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  7. I put a can of diet coke in the freezer once to get it cooled quickly, of course I forgot about it and the next day, I had a huge mess to clean up in the freezer! 😀

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    1. years ago my stepson did the same thing I was not a happy mama!

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  8. What a mess, I would hate my car to look like that, just as well it wasn’t milk, I had that happen to me many years ago, the stink of rotten milk, terrible.

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    1. oh my goodness I cant imagine milk in the upholstery!!

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  9. Is this photo of your vehicle!? Whoa – good reminder

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    1. No, it’s not mine, thank goodness! But we’ve had the freezer incidents before…what a mess!

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      1. Yes – we have had them too!!

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  10. Thankful it’s not milk. It would stink for weeks.

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  11. Oh man, that’s crazy! And a little bit hilarious. I better get out to the garage and rescue my Diet Mountain Dew! Thanks for the post!

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