My most recent experiments
By Barbarian Child – age 2
The vacuum cleaner bag is remarkably easy to tear. Once open, the contents
simply spill out onto the floor by themselves. All manner of things can be
in the resulting pile – dried Play Doh, dust, hair, old food, dirt (lots
I was not able to thoroughly inspect the pile before I was forcibly stopped.
will re-attempt this experiment once the new vacuum cleaner bag is full.
There is a drawer in the bathroom that contains dental care products. This
entire drawer can be emptied into the toilet with room to spare. I’m sure
I was able to do so twice this week. I’m not sure what flushing will do once
the bowl is full of toothbrushes and whatnot, but I intend to find out.
Drawers are interesting things. With enough effort, one can reach deep inside,
back and then BEHIND the drawer. With a little more effort, the contents
the drawer can be removed and dropped behind it! When enough things are
dropped back there, the drawer will no longer be able to close. I perform
this experiment daily and get consistent results.
One can slip a limitless number of fridge magnets inside the wall behind
pocket door. However, only one copy of "Blues Clues Early Reader" can
fit back there before the door becomes jammed in position. Removal of the
book requires a fair bit of demolition to the door trim and adjacent wall.
According to Mom, this is the only wall in the house she has not repainted,
so we will be traveling to the hardware store to buy paint, after she repairs
the drywall. I bet next time I can get TWO books in there.
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