Closing a window

A window was slightly open. I decided that I did not need it to continue to be so. I closed it and securing it using the window handles.

158 Responses to “Closing a window”

  1. mjkl says:

    You have to be absolutely sure that it is secure.

  2. A person says:

    “I closed it and securing it using the window handles.”

    There’s something odd about this sentence, it doesn’t sound right. I think it’s supposed to be:

    “I closed it and secured it using the window handles.”

    By mixing the past tense with the present tense in the same sentence, I fear that some rule of grammar may have been broken. Perhaps this is important but I will also consider the possibility that it is unimportant.

  3. caro says:

    In the summer i leave one window open, in the winter i leave it closed unless there is condensation on the glass.

  4. fingerpuk says:

    I’m trying to open some windows now, they wont open. So they remain closed.

  5. Rich says:

    I hope you didn’t catch a cold in the draft.

  6. joan says:

    Change “and secured to” to “, securing”. If you’re going to be dull, at least be grammatical.

  7. Georgia says:

    One day I will shut my windows. I am too busy being boring to do so.

  8. Annie says:

    *Face Palm*

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