OH, NUTS: A Pennsylvania woman was driving in her car when she noticed an odd sound and smell. She opened the hood to reveal an engine packed full of walnuts — neatly surrounded ...

OH, NUTS: A Pennsylvania woman was driving in her car when she noticed an odd sound and smell. She opened the hood to reveal an engine packed full of walnuts — neatly surrounded by grass. The likely suspects: Squirrels stashing away food for the winter. 🐿🥜 • 📸: Chris and Holly Persic via Reuters

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Juliet Chung @keroppijc

How is the car still going and not catch on 🔥?

@uzzieeeee

@seemimub @baigsaaba moms problem!

Ambreen @baigsaaba

@uzzieeeee yup😆

Rhonda Berube @rondgirl

Tells ya what kind of weather we’re likely to have 🤔

Andrea Espinosa @aztec_grapevine

Oh my God! So glad it didn’t catch fire.

Sue Jones @suejones1966

Wow, that's nuts! 😂🤣

Seemi @seemimub

@uzzieeeee @baigsaaba only hers was a little worse🤣

Sheila Braxton @mizzbee3386

She must not have driven her car often.

Linda Govette @govettelinda

I came out from work one day, and saw a squirrel in a tree hanging above me—just SCREECHING at the top of his lungs. When I looked under the hood to check my fluids a couple of days later, I found WALNUTS!!! Apparently, the squirrel was telling me not to take his cache!!!

mark davis @markdavis293

Gotta bena sign of a hard winter coming, that September snowstorm in Montana got the ball rolling

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