posted by Kirsten Miller at 1:35 PM
just got home from 6 week vacation!!!!!
Note to self: watch out for perpertarators through frosted glass. This is one of those tips to file away for later use.
that's cool! I wonder if the person on the other side would be able to see you spying on them though.
Woah! That's incredible!!! Now I simply HAVE to try that, but I should be careful... :D LOL!That's so simple, who'd have thought it?
that is awesome!!
oh yeah!! I think I accidentally discovered that once but I didn't really realize it...I hope people on the other side can't see in, but that seems like it would be the case.
Wooowwww way Cooool!
I can never see those videos. What happened?
Nice spy trick! Be sure to use some kind of tape that is easy to peel back off or everyone will figure out what you did though!
I haven't commented in a while, but I'm still watching. And...taht is...kinda scary...
I bet the person discovered it in one of two ways:They stuck some tape there for safe keeping while making a project, and noticed they could see through.ORThe thought that they might be able to rip the frosted part off, and decided to try it. But they noticed they didn't have to rip it off.
heh i love itso simple and genius =D
CRAP! There's a window in my shower, and it's frosted glass! I used to think that made it ok, but now, apparently not.
If you get the right side of frosted glass soaking wet, sometimes you can see through it.
hahaha, i'm totally going to do that ;) now i can finally know my fate when i'm sent to the principal!!
Haha. I will have to remember that!
AWESOME!! XD *goes off to try it*
i wanna try that...where can i get frosted glass??? can i borrow it from someone??? i dont know where i get the tape either but one of my friends probly has some...can u see through the tape if ur on on the other side of the glass???
wow, that really cool and it is also really simple
thats awesomeill try that out when i get the chance to.
i tried that and it didnt work. i think i did it wrong.:(
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