On the day of the dreaded "Bomb Cyclone," I walked out to the parking lot after my show to warm up my car and gear up for my commute home. I opened my trunk to grab my snow brush and alas, it was nowhere to be found! I had a flashback of lending it to a pal a few weekends ago, and I never asked for it back. "NOOOOOOO!!!!" I exclaimed to no one in particular.

It was time to get resourceful. I looked in my back seat and found my gym bag with my workout clothes and sneakers inside. I began attempting to scrape the ice off my windshield with the rubber sole of my sneaker. A sad sight indeed. It was then that a coworker came out of the building and gave me a look of pity. He lent me his snow brush like the good soul that he is.

So obviously, I talked about this ordeal on the air and found out I am not the only person who has used something, other than a snowbrush, in a pinch! Here are some items that people in New Hampshire have made into impromptu snowbrushes:

A Magazine

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A Credit Card

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A Broom

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One's Sleeve

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 Dust Pan

Along with a shoe, I have also used a banana, a textbook (college days) and an umbrella. Is there anything you have used as an impromptu snowbrush that isn't on this list?