Last Wednesday, with the fire approaching, Little was prepared to fend off the inferno with hoses around the property — but then the water was turned off.
He began to clear dry grass with a rake — as his cars were torched and flames started to catch on his workshop.
“It was burning on the wood down low, and I didn’t have any water,” Little told the station. “I had one barrel with a little bit of water in it, and I tried using that. It didn’t work.”
So he turned to the only liquid he could find — a 36-pack of Bud Light.
“When I ripped up the sheet metal, it had a nail, so I was just shaking it up, popping it and spraying them, popping it out and grabbing another one,” Little told the outlet. ”My buddies all tease me about drinking water beer, and I say, ‘Hey, saved my shop.’”
The fire department arrived just as he finished using the brew to put out the flames around his shop, he said.
Just classic. Hat's off to you, Mr. Little.
I can think of no better use of Bud Light than tossing it into a fire.ReplyDelete
It's the American way. To quote Johhny Horton "We grabbed an alligator and fought another round". It's an object lesson to concealed carry folks. When things hit the fan you'll use what you got - not whats at home in the safe.ReplyDelete