Some wives are so never satisfied. In Sargent, Georgia, Galen Winchell got rid of the cobwebs on the outside of the house. Whatever webs may have been missed were certainly cleared out by the fire that he started when he used a blowtorch for the job.
Winchell is an inspiration. In the future when asked to clear cobwebs, husbands can say “Well sure Honey, but I might burn down the house. Is that really what you want?”
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6 thoughts on “Honey, I Got Rid of the Cobweds: Man Sets House on Fire While Removing Cobwebs with Blowtorch”
Next time, use a heat gun.
Ouch! Now that sounds like something I would do!
In that case, I don’t feel so bad about that half-asleep pot of coffee I brewed onto my office floor this morning because I sat the pot NEXT to the maker after I filled it (it’s a Bunn).
I hope you have a flak jacket to wear the next time your husband is cleaning out the varmints! I have to admit that I have done some stupid things around the house, but using a blowtorch to get rid of the cobwebs beats me hands down!
I can almost top that guy. Well, my husband can.
When we were remodeling our house (we bought a repo), my husband found two bats. So what does he do about it? What any normal person would, of course!
He gets out his .22 a shoots them.
Thankfully, we live in the country.
Until he finished the drywall, we had two smal bullet holes up in the corner wall of our bedroom
Hey, he noticed the blaze. Do you want more?
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