By Anonymous - 29/12/2018 12:00
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I guess you would remove it the opposite way it got in there. and you're worried about pjs? I'd be more worried about the roof/side of the house. but that's just me.
This is how you remove it: "Dammit, Bumblebee! Get the hell out of my house! Look what you did to our wall! And my pajamas! I don't care that you finally got your own movie! It's made by Travis Knight, so it obviously sucks! No, I'm not going to see it! After what you've done, I'd rather go see Holmes & Watson! Now hurry up and leave! Or do I have to call in the Decepticons?" Or, you know, you might have to hire a very expensive crane.
How did your husband screw up this badly Call a truck to get it out and pray your insurance covers some of this
My dad once drove a car almost all the way through the back of our garage because he was working on the brakes and thought you could substitute transmission fluid for brake fluid. Everything rubber swelled up, and the brakes went out as he was pulling into the garage too fast. He was not mechanically inclined and was very happy when I went to school for automotive.