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    I once burnt dinner.. In the slow cooker :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by FITCHICK View Post
    I once burnt dinner.. In the slow cooker :-/
    Yep, I have done this too

    I experiment sometimes when cooking, they are almost always disasters! I do remember attempting to make bread when.I was a lot young. It was rock hard & inedible, so ended up varnishing it & using it as a doorstop!

    me & he = ds 17/9/13 <3

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    Just want to put everyone on notice.....in 12-13 days I will be attempting a rainbow cake along the lines of this little beauty...
    I expect it to be a dismal failure.

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    Defrosting meat in microwave

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Defrosting meat in microwave
    This is me. I always end up semi cooking it, then freak out and don't want to eat it!

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    I walked smack-bang into a glass wall in a Diva shop. In the middle of the city, right across from a busy sushi place... that had heaps of people lining up, all who saw me.

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    I once walked out of the toilets at a very busy shopping centre with the back of my skirt tucked into my undies! If it wasn't for a very kind hearted lady telling me, I would have walked right into the foodcourt where DH was waiting, with my butt cheeks exposed

    "Life Is Ours, We Live It Our Way".
    I did this in a Centrelink line. So there were plenty of people staring at my underwear. Even worse because I was wearing those undies where your bum cheek hangs out the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Ok this is my future potential fail -
    It's a friends birthday tomorrow, I was going to grab a woolies mud cake to take to our girls night catch up, but now in contemplating getting that and some kit kats and m&ms and doing that thing where the kit kats are like the wall and m&ms on top....I can see this failing as the icing won't help the kit kats stand up....any ideas?? Will post fail pics!
    Definitely think you should give it a try. Some tips:

    - take off the paper covering first
    - use a pretty ribbon to tie the kit kats around the cake
    - if feeling really adventurous, split the cake in two first and fill with whipped cream (delish!)

    Good luck, would love to know how it turns out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Just want to put everyone on notice.....in 12-13 days I will be attempting a rainbow cake along the lines of this little beauty...
    I expect it to be a dismal failure.
    Wooooooooow. Impressive.

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    I used to work at a pizza shop. Was told to clean the doors and windows outside. Finished my job and went to go back inside. The windows were so clean I couldn't see them (they were door lenght and no signs on them)
    And I ran smack bang into them, was in a hurry too so ran into them quite hard. All the customers and staff stopped and turned and then laughed at me when they realised what id done.

    The management were cruel and if someone had a funny fall or accident they would play it back on the ctv for people who missed it and just for fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    This is me. I always end up semi cooking it, then freak out and don't want to eat it!
    I did it to mince tonight and the plastic melted to it.... Dfs reply? Just peal it off, ummmm no! I'm preg lol you can eat it lol


 

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