This week's administrator is a little busier than usual.
Well, it's nice to have a schedule.
There are also plans to go in and do ``Gakshi.'' . .
Today, I'm going to talk about a small topic, and it's not really a big deal.
I think all products today have something called a "child lock".
This happens quite a lot in hula, too.
It is often called Jabel, which contains strong chlorine like Hyter.
- Don't mix it, it's dangerous! -Often in products.
It's not a particularly great system, but
It has a lid that requires some tricks to open,
“While pushing, turn!”
This is an opening that a child would never be able to make.
I am subject to this child lock.
"There's no way a child could do it."
No matter what I do, I can't do it. For some reason.
No, I'm not particularly cute or anything.
I'm rather muscular, but I just can't open it! !
In my first apartment, I used kerosene in the winter.
The lid on this kerosene will not be opened!
At the time, we were living together, and when my roommate was around, I would ask him to open the door for me.
When you are away on a trip etc.
Many times already,
"Push and turn. Push and turn. If you push, it will turn???"
Even though it's extremely cold, I can't wait to try it out,
In the end, I ended up bringing out scissors, etc.
Well, of course it wouldn't open unless I broke the lid, but I think I was struggling for more than an hour.
I thought I was going to die, but when I finally opened the door, I didn't want to close it again. .
What's more, the kerosene lid was so big that it took up all of my body.
I rotate too. like.
Currently, it is exclusively a pipe cleaning chemical.
Since it is still small, it does not rotate with the lid, but
I keep bringing out scissors,
Despite the danger of mixing,
I'm so excited that I try to chew it hard with my teeth and grind it up.
Too amazing, child rock.
A good adult who has greatly surpassed the child is also locked.
Well, I don't have many chances to open it, so that's a good thing. . .
It was a good story.
It seems like it's typhoon season in Japan!
When I was little, there were houses where the roof would fly off, but I guess that doesn't happen anymore. .
Everyone, please be careful not to get blown away during a typhoon.