I just had a breakthrough thought. You know how when you buy bags of ice at the store for a party or whatever, you put them in the car and drive home, they melt a little bit, refreeze in your freezer, and then when it’s time to use them they’re all stuck together and you have to break them apart to use them? You’re stuck hacking away at this bag of ice in the middle of a damn party. Sucks, right? I’ve found a solution: have a cooler in your car, so they go straight into the cooler and don’t do the melt/refreeze thing. Or just keep them in the cooler since you’ll probably be keeping the ice in there anyway. Easy, right?
Maybe I’m the last to know, and everyone else already figured this out and has been doing it for eons, but I totally feel like I just dropped some knowledge Dr. Steve Brule style:
For your health!
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Dude, just throw the bag down on the floor when you are ready to use it. Breaks right up into a million pieces.
Yea, i’m gonna assume you were drunk when you posted this ’cause it’s kind of a no-brainer.
Now, had you suggested car manufacturers start building coolers into their trunks then i would have been impressed. But you didn’t; i did. And as such, i’m now only impressed with myself and demand 20% on all cars sold with this new magnificent idea implemented.
I get that there are other relatively easy solutions to this problem. This is just one more.