The Stuck Shirt Saga, Day 4

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by Amanda Bloom

At about 1am last Saturday night/Sunday morning, I returned to my car from the Bruvahs for Life benefit at Heirloom to find a soaked wifebeater stuck to my rear windshield.  It is now Wednesday, and the shirt still remains.

Clearly, I must document the life of this rear windshield ornament.  I have grown fond of it and I hope it stays on for awhile.

by Amanda Bloom

 


 

Stay strong little guy!

CONNECTICUT – At about 1am last Saturday night/Sunday morning, I returned to my car from the Bruvahs for Life benefit at Heirloom to find a soaked wifebeater stuck to my rear windshield.  It is now Wednesday, and the shirt still remains.  Clearly, I must document the life of this rear windshield ornament.  I have grown fond of it and I hope it stays on for awhile.

So far, I have driven around Bethel and Danbury a few times and used the rear windshield wiper once.  The shirt remained, just a bit lower down on the glass.  It seems impervious to wind, at least at back road speeds.  Things got a little shaky when I opened my trunk, a hatchback, this morning and had to slam the door slightly to close it.

I am concerned about my drive from Danbury to New Milford and back tomorrow, and a potential drive to Brookfield tonight.  There is also the possibility that someone will peel the shirt off, though the wadded fabric is probably off-putting.   

For now, I will be resigning my travels to back roads in hopes of preservation.  From here on I will also be accessing my trunk from the inside, a cumbersome process.

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned for updates.

 

 

 

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