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Look me in the eye when we are talking and I wont think you are a faggot

 

Shake my hand dont limpwrist it and I wont think you are a faggot

 

Dont be a faggot

 

i'm a faggot

 

you sound like a real cracker though

 

wanna kiss fight?

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Keep soda and seltzer upside-down in the fridge it makes the carbonation last longer

 

At a company cookout last week someone arranged all the 2L soda bottles upside down in the cooler. I didn't know why.

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i'm a faggot

 

you sound like a real cracker though

 

wanna kiss fight?

 

You sound like you've been severely harmed by what I've said on the internet.

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also, whats the science behind this carbonation nonsense? is it because the carbonation leaks out of the lid, and carbonation rises?

 

and can anyone actually taste the difference in a soda thats kept upsidown vs right side up?

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I posted this elsewhere a few months ago meaning to post it here....better late than never, I guess-

 

Bacon Lantern AKA DIY Tiki Torch

 

Clean and dry an old tin can (think beans, not beer) and cut the top off. Then get a piece of corrugated cardboard and roll it up till it's about the same diameter as the inside of the can. Stuff it on in there and cut it flush with the top.

 

Once that's assembled, take some bacon grease and heat it up till it's liquid again. Pour it in the center of the cardboard-stuffed can, but don't overfill it. You can use it right away or wait till the grease cools. It takes a minute to get started, but once it does it will burn well for hours.

 

I don't have a working camera with me right now, so imagine a can stuffed with oily cardboard with a flame on top and you'll be pretty close.

 

Postscript #1- You don't have to use bacon grease...any fat or oil that solidifies as it cools will work fine. Corrugated cardboard is necessary, however.

 

Postscript #2- I have a camera now, but no lantern. So it goes.

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Plus they leave cool soot marks on the ceiling...ideally they're meant to be used outside.

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when you put food in the microwave you can just close the door, then push the add minute button as many times as you need to, then you open and close the door again, and you can push start to start right away instead of having to wait.

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Postscript #2- I have a camera now, but no lantern

 

facepalm.gif

 

 

 

 

Idea is not bad though.

 

Though I hardly have vast amounts of leftover fat or oil to be honest.

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You can trust your fiend with your car and your life.

Never trust them with your money or your wife.

 

Or girl friend leave girls at home or have em hang with there own friends

your closest friends want what they cant have

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