Large Garden Window over Small Bathroom Window

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I ain't worried about that. She'll fill it up with something that's for sure. If not, it would be a great place to stash a few extra rolls of bathroom tissue, copies of Field and Stream, Popular Mechanics, etc.
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On Wed, 13 Jul 2016 17:12:23 -0700, "Snuffy \"Hub Cap\" McKinney"

It is a little small at 16" but it may make the room look a bit larger since it extends out. One advantage though, you can put plants in it and the plant will produce some oxygen to replace the methane gas you leave in there.
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On Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 6:04:52 AM UTC-4, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

r one like it but then the lovely Miseries put her 2 scents in and brought up a garden window. That's fine but it will be awfully small.

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The existing window is 16” but the garden window is larger. Only th e opening is 16”.
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On Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 3:04:52 AM UTC-7, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

Farts actually have little methane in them...(what follows is knowledge you probably have little use for, but....)
A typical fart is made of: 59% nitrogen 21% hydrogen 9% carbon dioxide 7% methane 4% oxygen 1% hydrogen sulfide
A fart is so pungent that people can smell them at levels of 1 part in 100 million. (No shit!)
A study has proven that, when men and woman have eaten exact the same food, woman have more concentrated gas than men. This was also mentioned as a greater odor intensity. (I suspected as much)
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