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Old 09-23-2005, 04:58 PM   #11
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Meh, That'* not too bad, I've messed up Ramen.
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Meh, That'* not too bad, I've messed up Ramen.
How the heck do you accomplish that!?!?
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Apparently you're supposed to put in a little more water than I did... Mom'* still mad about that one, Something about a $50 pan with burned noodles... I'm not allowed to use the stove Or oven, But the oven is a more interesting story.

Yes, You read that right, I burnt the noodles I was trying to boil. They really ought to have better instructions, Like with pictures or something.
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Or oven, But the oven is a more interesting story.

Do tell!!!
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Well.... I got annoyed with the geo'* engine being dirty, So I popped off the valve cover and brought it in, I cleaned it with carb cleaner and then rinsed it in the kitchen sink. Well, Apparently I'm not very good at rinsing. I put it in the oven on 225* to dry it out so I could paint it faster... Turns out carb cleaner is flammable if it drips on the element, And when that happens it lights the whole thing on fire. Would have been fine but my sister just HAD to tell on me... On the plus side the engine looks nice now.
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man, dame. you are even worse then harofreak with his blown out fuzz buster speaker.
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Looks like your biscut grew a tumour.....LOL
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Logan .... Hardee'*

Dame ...... eh, forget it.
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Looks like your biscut grew a tumour.....LOL
It'* not a toomah!!!


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