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    • That’s a hail of a good idea
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    • Hail niggas be like
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    • It doesn't always fall straight down you know.
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    • It’s all fun and games until the hail hits sideways
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    • Here’s another invention: garages
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    • Great until the hail starts flying sideways
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    • Except you know when the wind blows it into the side of your car.
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    • Everybody gangsta till it hails sideways
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    • I’d give anything to see the cashier when they pulled up with 30 pool noodles
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    • You forgot that hail can travel sideways so both sides of your care are pretty much fucked
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    • *wind has entered the chat*
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    • I got hail damage and my insurance company gave me a check for $21,000 cause it was considered totaled so I kept the check and now I just drive a car with some hail damage
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    • Oh my fucking god....to the fucking retarded children on here that are sayin you can’t drive with that....NO FUCKING SHIT, it’s NOT made for driving with it on, it’s for the car parked in the fucking driveway during a storm. And the sides don’t get hit as bad so they’re irrelevant.
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    • Because as we all know, hail only falls straight down.
      wijibo 5 jun
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    • Ya but the sides.......
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    • s i d e h a i l
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    • Insurance logic: "pay us hundreds of dollars a month so we can fix your car when it gets damaged. But when it actually gets damaged, we'll charge you some more hundreds to fix it."
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    • *wind blows even a little bit*
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    • For all you fucks asking about the side of the car, buy more noodles! Damn you'd think it takes a rocket scientist to think up this shit
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    • Hail comes down sideways, especially in strong parts of the storm. You might mitigate some damage but your doors and mirrors are about to get the business
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    • To bad they almost always come at an angle..
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    • Okay but in my experience if it’s hailing the wind’s gonna blow strong enough for the hail to go sideways
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    • But I guess his car has magic power to not get hit by hail on the sides
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    • No-garage niggas be like
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    • This works pretty well until the ef5 tornado takes the car out from underneath the hail protection
      FartVadR 5 jun
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    • Also theres thid really cool thing called a garage
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    • Using a tarp in addition would allow you to attach them to the tarp, to cover sides of the car as well. And using a tarp on top of the pool noodles would add impact distribution over a larger surface area resulting in even better protection. Just sayin
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    • Hail can fall at an angle
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    • What about the side windows hail comes in different angles maybe like at a 74 degree at the side windows who knows
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    • It's a dodge dart. It's not worth protecting anyway.
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    • I park mine in my garage
      Messerb 6 jun
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    • Until the wind makes it hit from the side
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    • Until the wind picks up and the hail starts going fuckin sideways
      Boomer 5 jun
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    • But the sides of your car about to get fucked like stormy Daniel's
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    • I have something similar, I call it a garage.
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    • Yeah it works kinda but I know from experience that sometimes hail can be blown in from the side because of strong winds. So yeah, maybe just make a full car cover out of pool noodles and it would work
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    • What about the sides?
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    • Until it hits you from the side.
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    • What if it hits the side? You're gonna need more noodles
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    • It's a dodge dart it's ok if it gets destroyed.
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    • Holy shit these comments are retarded, it doesn't matter if there's mOrE tHaN 32 noOdLeS, or the sIdE WiNdowS are still exposed. add more cheap ass fucking noodles it's decent idea if you live in hail country.
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    • You have now protected 1/3 of the damageable areas on your car
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    • Do you believe in sideways rain
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    • The sides will be getting hit. Totaled either way ay
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    • What about the sides. Wind can nock those suckers hard like a curve ball
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    • Good thing I have a garage
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    • And what if hail is not falling directly down???
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    • So nobody gonna use a garage now? Okay
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    • Someone needs to make a hail blanket for cars.
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    • But what if the hail comes at an angle?
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    • Gets hit by a plane
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    • Hail usually doesn’t fall at a perpendicular angle tho
      hctenneb 6 jun
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    • What about the sides tho
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    • Yeah I mean it’s usually pretty damn windy when it’s hailing outside
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    • wind: im gunna end this mans whole career
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    • I'd say just use a garage, but im sure they would if they had one
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    • What if it hails slightly sideways?
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    • But the sides???
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    • What about the side hail don't always fall straight down
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    • *wind has entered the battlefield*
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    • Insurance is a mother fucker. Me: “you know how I’ve paid you guys thousands and made no claims for that entire time? Yeah I got sky ice ball damage.” Insurance: “fuck all that money you already spent! You owe us fi hundo bitch!”
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    • But the sides tho
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    • Yeah that's really useful if the hail is falling straight down. Which it fairly does in Texas I cant speak for the other midwestern states.
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    • They come in sideways though too...
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    • Or a garage
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    • Need to cover side windows to tho just in case
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    • Until it comes in at an angle
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    • Or just use a garage
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    • Till it starts coming at an angle
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    • Get those sides too! Where I’m from the hail comes at a 45-degree angle on the wind
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    • Then the hail comes in sideways and still breaks your passenger side windows
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    • It’s hailing sideways!
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    • Not much of a Midwesterner if they didn’t think of the wind
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    • what if hail go sideways
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    • Be mindful. The Dollar Tree store I work for has just started selling items for MORE than a dollar. Items up to $5. Admittedly, the products seem good, but we all know the slippery slope of commercial retail....
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    • Hail usually happens in strong wind... cant wait for it to hit the side of your car. Just go to a box store and buy a moving carpet. Its 8×6 feet for $5.
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    • What about the sides?
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    • Hail falls sideways as well, them side windows fucked
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    • What about that strong wind blowing the hail sideways
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    • why not invest in a cushioned tarp
      LiIdicky 8 jun
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    • You’re gonna have to protect one of the sides too
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    • There is WAY more than 32 pool noodles there. Idiots
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    • I mean you might as well make side covers, or else they will get dented
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    • My grandma uses those for her windshield wipers since shes a snowbird. It protects them when shes gone for 6 months. She only needs one. Cuts it in half.
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    • A great example of the difference between “Smart” and “educated”.
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    • that's literally my same exact car, what am I supposed to do with this information
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    • What about the sides of the car. Hail doesnt juat fall in a straightline downwards
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    • Your a gay if you do that. I pray my truck gets flipped everytime it rains so I can get it paid off
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    • Also putting it in your garage works
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    • And when the hail gets larger? When it damages the sides of the car cause it's falling at a diagonal? When I goes through where the noodles touch?
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    • As someone who works at dollar tree, I can confirm that we have hundreds of noodles to sell.
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    • I just park mine in my garage instead.
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    • Hail goes down diagonally too...
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    • There are more than 32 tubes + the zip ties. 32 dollars my ass
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    • Except that whole wind thing
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    • Place that on a pool and you got yourself a functional bridge
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    • When hail doesn't fall straight down but instead at an angle due to wind.
      Dodaime 5 jun
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    • Even if the hail has some angle it's not as bad as hitting an unsupported roof or window
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    • Or garage
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