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Everytime I do this, i have to think about this SAW scene.. i thought i am the only one :D
You know if she would have reached in with one hand and held it open with the other, there would have been no problem.
I just want to know why we, as human beings, feel the urge to have to push in those little bubbles on top of our drinks? And has anyone ever stopped to think about the person who invented those lids? I mean, talk about a real genius! We don't even have to sip each drink to figure out which one it is, we just look at the top of the lid to see which bubbles are pressed in! Hats off to the drink detecter lid inventor!
Yea, would be great except for the fact that nobody ever uses them
You must not have kids...
No, im 19 and kids arent a part of my foreseeable future :P
Well, if you ever have kids, you'll really understand why having those bubbles on the lids is so important to your mental health (as a parent). One child drinks out of the wrong drink before checking the bubbles & you could have World War III in your back seat. :P
This comment made me smile.
Real men of genius.
the part that always bothered me from that saw scene was why didnt she use one hand to get it and keep the other one out to push the clamps up ... besides the fact she's a woman
push your arms up so that you can reach the other arm's blades, hold the blades of back while you remove the first arm, then hold the blades of the second hole up while you remove your other arm.