I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… I’m easily amused. It doesn’t take much to keep me entertained, which if you think about it, is a nice quality to have. Even car maintenance can be fun.
I mentioned last year, my folks recommended Rain-X to me to help keep my car windshield clear. And once applied, all you have to do is drive and the beaded water drops collected on your windshield will just roll right up and off the glass. It’s cool as hell!
So this weekend while it was nice, I took the opportunity to reapply the Rain-X, as it had been over 6 months since I first put it on. Then, as an added bonus, it rained overnight so I got to see the entertaining benefits of my weekend’s chore.
And I thought, “Wouldn’t it be cool to share this special moment?”
You know, in case I’m not the only one entertained by moving water droplets…
So without further ado, here it the most entertaining portion of this morning’s commute:
The target speed is 35 mph. Once you hit 35, (11 seconds in) the "action" really starts.
Fortunately for me, the first stretch outside my apartment is relatively deserted, so my path is unencumbered. Just wish the camera focused on the windshield a little better. Maybe next time it rains overnight, I’ll have someone else drive me around while I shoot the video.
“Hey Pinky! Can you drive me down the street at 35 mph, then turn around and come back home? So I can take video of the rolling water beads?”
(ducks flying coffee cup…)
Maybe this will have to do.
I came across an article, today, by a reporter in Dallas that tried the infamous Denny’s Maple Bacon Sundae that I wrote about in my last post. You can read the review here.
In a nutshell, though the wait-staff was apprehensive about even serving it, she liked it.
I do NOT need to know what comes out of that bottle.