Okay, go to change my oil today. I drain it, remove the old filter, screw the new one on, tighten the drain nut. I typically only tighten the filter as tight as I can by hand. Otherwise, it gets stuck on there, and its a b*tch to get back off. I did the oil change in my garage (which is heated - haha! NE winters can bite me) - but backed my car out brieftly so I could clean the garage, etc, etc. Well, out to pick up pizza. Hop in the Civic, turn the key, fire it up. I hear an odd slurping and popping noise. I kill the engine. Oh no. I look down to see a massive puddle of oil all over the driveway. I push the car back in the garage, and then I have two massive puddles of oil to deal with. F'in A. I'm not sure what happened, but when I checked the filter to see if it was the culprit, I noticed it was lose. A lot lose than when I screwed it on. Did the cold outside make the fitting contract? Can it do that? What did I do wrong? Why does God hate me? Well, needless to say, tomorow morning I'm gonna spend some time sweeping up Speedy-Dry, and changing my oil - again. I hate the cold.