Ree Drummond's Makeshift Ice Scraper Idea 'Sounds Like A Country Song'

Food Network personality Ree Drummond is known for her sense of humor — she likes entertaining her fans with funny anecdotes from her life. She wrote a funny story about being lost near her husband's Oklahoma ranch during their courtship days in her book, "Black Heels to Tractor Wheels" (via Showbiz Cheat Sheet). She recalled, "I suddenly realized I was lost on the long dirt road, more lost than I'd ever been before," before hilariously adding, "I remembered every horror movie I'd ever watched that had taken place in a rural setting. Children of the Corn. The children of the corn were lurking out there in the tall grass, I just knew it. Friday the 13th. Sure, it had taken place at a summer camp, but the same thing could happen on a cattle ranch." 

Luckily, Drummond was in good hands and her future husband rescued her in a few minutes and helped her make sense of the directions. As dedicated to sharing funny stories from her life as ever, The Pioneer Woman took to her Instagram recently to share an anecdote from the ranch on her story on the app. It involved her husband, ice, his car, a hub cap, and a little bit of country music. As expected, the culinary star had a funny one-liner ready for her fans.

It's an accurate observation

Ree Drummond wrote about what happened a few days ago through her stories on Instagram, explaining that when The Pioneer Woman's husband couldn't find an ice scraper for their car's windshield, she gave him a hub cap that worked wonderfully. Of course, the funny television personality added a zinger to her commentary, "'Ladd's ice scraper disappeared last week so I handed him a hub cap' sounds like a country song."

Earlier last month, The Pioneer Woman also shared an Instagram photo with her husband and posted a fun caption that revealed her "three ... secrets to a happy marriage." She listed her three major takeaways and wrote, "1. Listen to each other. 2. Touch feet in bed right before you go to sleep, even if you're mad. 3. Never, ever ski together. Well, it's a start, anyway!" A fan joked that they went skiing with their husband when they were seeing each other but "got married anyway." Another amused commenter said, "My husband feet are always cold!! Ha."