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Friday, June 24, 2016

Stopping Mid Air

I tossed a piece of dental floss into the bathroom trash
can the other day and it froze mid air.  I wrinkled my
forehead, picked it up and tossed it again.  Same thing!





Had to take a photo just to document it.






....and see the reason behind the magic!




Ah, yes.  Looks like I need to do a bit of cleaning!



45 comments:

  1. And I thought you were the Queen of Clean....lol
    I'm going to try that trick in my bathroom :)
    ~Jo

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    1. I try to be....but fail miserably sometimes! haha

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  2. Well, very interesting. I'm not sure it explains Bruce's problems with floss, but I think he will like your photos! We have a few spiders here too...

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    1. His doesn't get in the trash can? haha. A few men have that problem here with finger nails. ugh.

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  3. Ha, that made me laugh. I have those thin, long-legged spiders here too. Their webs are very hard to see.

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    1. I especially hate them when they try to share the shower with me! Eek~

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  4. I have a lot of spiders in the house at the moment. I think they've come in to shelter from the incessant rain. Suddenly I don't have a problem with flies now, I wonder whats happened to them.

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    1. The spider and the fly....an old, old story. haha.

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    2. Keith, if you place a conker in each corner of the room you don't get any spiders ~ they hate them . . :)

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  5. hahaha! I don't think the dental floss would fall very far in my place either . . :)

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    1. I place conkers in corners of the room and it deters them so maybe the dental floss might fall a bit further. When we do get them, sometimes our 'incy wincy spiders' are huge and I place a glass over them, slide a piece of cardboard between the glass end and the wall, shake it down, fo to a window and shake the spider out and hope it is useless at mountaineering so it can't come back . . lol

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    2. Horse Chestnuts ~ it is thought they do not like the smell but it could be an old wive's tail . . :)

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    3. hahahaha! . . . I'm not suggesting you have a tail !!!
      Me and my spelling sometimes . . . and typos !! . . lol

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    4. I didn't think you were talking about me at all. Are you calling me an old wife? lol....

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  6. For a minute there I was thinking your little black magic was going awry!

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    1. haha...oh, I think I still have control of that. Can you feel it? lol.

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  7. How funny... I bet you thought you had special powers... or the floss did!

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    1. So funny, isn't it? I put dusting on my to do list... haha

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  9. Haha..that would be my house!!! ๐Ÿ˜„

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  10. Haha..that would be my house!!! ๐Ÿ˜„

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  11. That's funny! I still think you are the queen of clean - a web can show up overnight! :)

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    1. Have you ever noticed that they show up the day after you wipe them all down? haha.

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  12. That's too funny! It reminds me of the day I thought I saw a man's face in one of my t-shirts that was hanging from a hook in my bathroom. It freaked me out! I took a picture of it, but for the life of me I can't find it.

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    1. I thought I was the only one that did that. When I was pregnant with the triplets and on bed rest, I swear there was a flower on my comforter that looked like an Indian Chief.,....feather head dress and all. My sister swore I had lost my mind. haha....

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    2. Haha! I bet we could tell freak-out stories all day. Lol!!!

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  13. lmao there it sits
    Magic in bits
    Until you see
    Dusting was put off my thee
    And a spider came
    Who gets the blame? lol
    Orlin eats cobwebs at our sea
    Nasty as can be

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    1. Cobwebs would be nasty to eat.
      Like cotton candy but not at all sweet.
      Cats here will eat the spider
      but at the web I think they'd falter. ha

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  14. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I was curious to scroll down to know what magic was behind the mid air stopped floss ... :-)

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  15. Spooky! We have spiders just like that. I can't keep up with them. I swear they start rewebbing the house as soon as I walk away with my duster. One day I will come home to find the Chef in a corner all tied to the wall with cobwebs.

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    1. haha...poor Chef. Yes, it's true...seems like cleaning makes them spin even more!

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  16. Good catch; both you and the spider.

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  17. I am embarassed to say I knew what had happened. Lots of daddy long legs around here. I opened the shed door last week to the biggest black widow I had ever seen. About the size of a 50c piece. Pretty scary but I was glad I saw it there in the air before I walked into the web. You are magic!

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    1. Ew. I don't do well with spiders. haha. So glad you didn't walk into it. Ugh.

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