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By ishoweredincorpsewater - / Friday 6 April 2018 19:00 /
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By  LAUGHINGKOMODO  |  25

I'm not sure how a bird can get into a tank like that, but what is more interesting is that you still were able to tell what kind of bird was in there after a month of boiling it.

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By  LAUGHINGKOMODO  |  25

I'm not sure how a bird can get into a tank like that, but what is more interesting is that you still were able to tell what kind of bird was in there after a month of boiling it.

By  blue_ecureuil  |  15

Soooooo... Here in my country we don't have those things (had to look at google images to see what it was hahaha). But from what I could see it is something that is supposed to stay closed, right? How did the bird get in? Also, why do you have hot water tanks? Like, why doesn't the shower, tap, or whatever, have a mecanism of their own to heat the water? Does it stay turned on all day? Wouldn't that be a hell of an energy waste?
Sorry for the questions, but I got curious XD
I would be veeery happy if someone were to clarify it for me, thanks! :)

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  corrupteddevil  |  12

Yep, we use giant tanks full of water heated to around 125 degrees Fahrenheit(Sorry, I don't know the Celsius conversion and I'm too lazy to Google it), and yes they stay on all the time. Independent heaters do exist for faucets, but they are still relatively uncommon in the good ol' U.S.A.

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