There are a few excuses that could be used for breaking a window. Maybe someone was trying to break into your home and you had to defend yourself. Maybe a storm knocked a tree branch into your window. Maybe you were moving furniture and accidentally knocked something into the window. Whatever the reason, it’s important to have a good excuse for breaking a window. Otherwise, you may have to pay for the damages yourself!
Here is a list of excuses for a broken window:
- You were closing the window and it slipped out of your hand.
- An unknown person threw a rock at it.
- You were moving furniture and accidentally hit the window.
- You locked yourself out of the house and had to break the window to get in.
- You were washing the window with hot water and it suddenly shattered.
- You were cooking and some grease splattered on the window, which somehow caused it to break.
- A bird flew into it (survived luckily!)
- You were trying to kill a spider, but it dodged your attempt to end its life and you accidentally broke the window.
- You were cleaning with a broom and it slipped from your hand, accidentally breaking the window.
- There was a storm, and a tree branch swung into the window.
- You were putting up holiday decorations, lost your grip on the ladder and fell into the window.
- You were trying to reenact the last minute touchdown thrown in the football game, but overthrew the ball and it smashed the window.
- A gust of wind knocked a plant over, and it hit the window causing it to break.
- An 18-wheeler drove down the street and its tire spun which flung a rock right at the window.
- Some neighborhood kids were playing a game and threw a ball through it.
- You were playing a Mariah Carey song on full blast, and her vocals shattered the window.
There are a variety of excuses you could use for breaking a window, ranging from the practical to the far-fetched. However, no matter what excuse you use, make sure you have a plan for fixing the window after you break it!