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A Pittsburgh-area woman with car trouble popped the hood of her vehicle to find squirrels had hidden more than 200 walnuts in the car's body.

Chris Persic told KDKA-TV his wife called to tell him their car smelled like it was burning. He told her to pop the hood, and she found walnuts and grass piled over the engine. The couple took the car to a mechanic, who found half a trashcan’s worth of walnuts under the engine.
 

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Satanica

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We have squirrels, but they just chew wires in your attic and burn your house down. True story, but it was my first inlaw's house. We're also a bit short on walnut trees, but, uh oh, my neighbor has one. :nailbiting:
 

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spiff

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This may actually be worse than my Car Spiders. The spiders may end up crawling onto my hands and causing me to fly off the highway, but at least they won't start a fire in the hood.

I need to find this woman and launch a support group. Asshole Automotive Animals Anonymous.
 

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