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  Cold weather stupid stories

   Don’t try this at home
   This is a true story about John Porter from New York State whose pipes in his home froze one winter. Anxious to unfreeze them, Porter backed his car up to an open window so that the exhaust would warm up the house.
   
   A little while later, Porter, his wife and their three children had to be rushed to a hospital because they suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning.
   
   Nor this
   George Gibbs from Columbus, Ohio, suffered second-degree burns on his head after he tried to start his car on a freezing cold winter morning. Unable to start his car, George diagnosed the problem as a frozen fuel line, which he thought he could correct by running warm petrol through it.He then tried to heat a two-gallon can of petrol on his gas stove in the kitchen. 
   
   Worst Christmas gifts ever
  • Phil was 35 years old when he opened a paint-by-numbers set from his aunt. “It was a picture of Mickey Mouse as the sorcerer’s apprentice from the movie Fantasia,” he said. “She remembered that when I was a kid, I used to love paint-by-numbers.”
  • “When we were teenagers, my aunt gave my sister and me neon pink and green plastic pumpkins that light up when you plug them in,” Dana said. “We’re pretty sure we got them because Halloween decorations were 90 percent off by then.”
  
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