Friday, August 29, 2008

Alternative Uses For Bubble Solution

  1. Provides an effective non-toxic lubricant for tightening or loosening nuts and bolts or other mechanical fittings.
  2. Can be applied to fingers to remove a ring that is too tight or has become stuck due to swelling of the hands.
  3. Can be used to detect leaks of inflatable items, such as pool toys or beach balls. Apply solution and bubbles will appear wherever the hole is located allowing air to escape.
  4. Can also be used to detect any possible leaks from gas pipes or fittings, such as the type used for a gas grill or a gas clothes dryer. In similar manner as above, apply to fitting and check for bubbles, indicating a gas leak.
  5. When given to a four year old to pour all over the front steps, for maximum effect, allow his father (who thinks bubble solution will "dry up") to supervise. One hour later it will create a spectacularly colorful bruise on my ass. But not nearly as large and colorful as the one to my ego as my neighbors watch me fly ungracefully on said posterior for no apparent reason.

Tomorrow we will cover alternative uses for bubble gum, including emergency leak patching, and impromptu hair fixative for the baby.

2 comments:

Norkio said...

Oh no! I hope your bum and your ego recover quickly!

Life's a journey.. not a destination said...

Haha, I'm sorry, but that is hilarious!