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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    My washing machine at the moment it is a pest!!

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    Ice cream maker, 2years later still haven't tried it. Oh and the juicer used it twice and gave it away, the cleaning was not worth the one cup of juice.

    I actually use my rice cooker occasionally, I love that it doesn't take long to clean

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    My microwave... I'd get rid of it but then I would have an empty 'microwave hole' in my wall. lol.

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    When I met my husband he had 1 of every useless appliance. I culled a heap when I moved in, but I think the omelette maker takes the cake

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    Really?! I'd LOVE a juicer. Have borrowed a friends and used it everyday for 2 weeks. My kids are drinking cucumber, carrot apple abd lime juice by the bucketful!

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    Chocolate fountain but I'd love an omelette maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    My microwave... I'd get rid of it but then I would have an empty 'microwave hole' in my wall. lol.
    Hahahaha I love it. I often think the same of the empty dishwasher hole!

    Mine would be slushie maker.

    The amount of ice, salt and time that went into getting a cup of really cold juice was ridiculous. It was quicker to just drive to the 7/11 and get one there.

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    Juicer and electric wok.

    I always think "if we have another gas crisis I can use the electric wok!"
    But in reality I'd probably be happy for the excuse not to cook just call for pizza

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    Rice cooker. I don't see the purpose of it. A saucepan does the same job, takes up a fraction of the space of the big cumbersome rice cooker and does a better job.

    Also slushie maker. The kids love it but you need a big bag of ice (which I don't normally have just sitting in my freezer) and the section that holds the shaved ice is too small so you are constantly refilling, emptying. PITA

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Hahahaha I love it. I often think the same of the empty dishwasher hole!

    Mine would be slushie maker.

    The amount of ice, salt and time that went into getting a cup of really cold juice was ridiculous. It was quicker to just drive to the 7/11 and get one there.
    Do you put salt with your slushies??


 

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