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July 21, 2008

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WOW, what a fabulous piece of advice, and also makes an eye catching piece of modern art!

I blooming love those advice sections in magazines...has any one ever though of doing an anthology? That would be a bestseller I am sure!

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If you have double or more glazing you would be lucky to break it with a hammer, you will need something with a point, metal hole punch ect and use it in one of the corners of the window.

That would be ironic - Poor Bridget thinking she's safe when there is a fire, then all that happens when she hits the window, is it cracks.

Surely it would be easer just to open the window Bridget by the handle like usual.

Opening the window would be easier but it is a nice idea.

What if a burglar broke in and used the handy hammer to bludgeon her to death? Wouldn't seem very safe then...

Ooh, a bit less of the bludgeoning-to-death! Some of us, (having completed the counselling), are on parole after that bit of business with the serial-killing and all this hammer talk is enough to set us back on the Wrong Course.

I think if i saw that when there was a fire,
i'd just have to look at it!

its so pretty.

would the handle burn off do before you'd die?

Ummm,
wouldn't a fold up ladder be more useful.

I once read one that stated...

"To avoid falling into a wheely bin whilst cleaning it ..."

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