I got yer winter right here

Friday, February 09, 2007

The unfortunate saga of what happens when a water main bursts, the sewer freezes over and your "on the street parking" collide.

A true, Montreal story.


6 Baleful Regards:

Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

That's no good.

amanda said...

Fukenfreezin.

Eric said...

Ah….the sweet, smell of perfume! Today's market is flooded with hundreds and hundreds of different fragrances ranging from floral to woodsy. Most women love the smell of perfume, wearing it even when going to the grocery store. The problem is that perfume allergy for some women, is anything but nice.

sweatpantsmom said...

Whoa. Looks almost like what happened when my old washing machine, a box of detergent and an over-eager 6-year-old-who-can't measure collided.

M-M-M-Mishy said...

Welcome to Canada, Dawn! This is how we greet most newbies. It's like a fraternity hazing. If you can survive this, you're welcome in our country!

Seriously though, that sucks. How long did it take to melt off?

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