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“My brother has an incandescent light in his hall that he claims is 25 years old and still working.”
“The world’s longest lasting light bulb is the Centennial Light located at 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California. It is maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. The fire department claims that the bulb is at least 116 years old (installed 1901) and has only been turned off a handful of times.” — Wikipedia
Although I can’t find it now, some years ago someone with a large area to light conducted an experiment. He installed 100 CFL’s and 100 standard incandescents and burned them 24/7. When the last CFL winked out, about a third of the incandescents were still working.
All the shower heads are “water saver” now, but it only takes a few minutes for this ancient handyman to pry out the restrictor washer and cut the hole bigger. God bless (or something) the interfering Congress of the United States.
Don’t leave them in the sink. They mate and have saucers and teacups.
We have a new dishwasher. In its regular cycle, it takes four hours to do a load. I’m not terribly efficient, but I can beat that.
Get your own cardboard box. I have the one the refrigerator came in. Space for the whole family. Of course, it’s an LG refrigerator, so there’s a risk everyone will speak Korean in the good time…
That is something that never occurred to me in my years in primary school. And years and years…
Sounds like she’s an emotional one-speed.
Nah, he is trouble.
You started off well. Then something happened.
Actually, that line is from Bye Bye Birdie. But you’re forgiven. I would have said it was from Mary Poppins, myself.