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2020-12-03 2:57:10 PM  
Well, that is a helluva example of what not to do. Carrying fire through the house is the stupidest thing you could do. Use an extinguisher and lacking that, smother it with dish towel or something like baking soda.

I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.
 
2020-12-03 3:27:56 PM  
Parts is parts
 
2020-12-03 3:38:04 PM  
How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?
 
2020-12-03 3:52:25 PM  

FrancoFile: How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?


This is totally staged.
 
2020-12-03 3:58:04 PM  
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2020-12-03 4:41:50 PM  

edmo: I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.


Ta-da!
 
2020-12-03 4:59:56 PM  
Walter Plinge said: "You know she asked me a very silly question Mrs Ogg! It was a silly question any fool knows the answer!"

"Oh, yes," said Nanny. "About houses on fire, I expect..."

"Yes! What would I take out of our house if it was on fire!"

"I expect you were a good boy and said you'd take your mum," said Nanny.

"No! My mum would take herself!"

"What would you take out then, Walter?" Nanny said.

"The fire!"
 
2020-12-03 5:00:23 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: edmo: I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.

Ta-da!


The Aristocrats!
 
2020-12-03 6:21:24 PM  

edmo: Well, that is a helluva example of what not to do. Carrying fire through the house is the stupidest thing you could do. Use an extinguisher and lacking that, smother it with dish towel or something like baking soda.

I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.


Terrible to keep your toddler outside in the cold, and to add injury to insult, set him on fire.
 
2020-12-03 6:34:19 PM  

styckx: FrancoFile: How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?

This is totally staged.


^ This. The front door was suspiciously already open.  My money is on she coated them in flammable cooking spray, her dad lit them on fire while she was filming, and saved the day. Stupid TikTok. Die in a fire.

Also, who the f*ck eats dino nugget's for breakfast, or period (even if it is thanksgiving)? What kind of parent lets them?
 
2020-12-03 6:37:12 PM  
Fake
 
2020-12-03 7:15:54 PM  
Dude... cooking chicken nuggets is simple. Preheat oven to 425° F, put nugs on baking sheet (or one of those round pizza pans with all the holes in it), put in oven for about 9 or 10 minutes, then take 'em out and dump them on a plate with a side of your favourite dipping sauce. Eat!

EZPZ

/done it a few times
 
2020-12-03 7:19:30 PM  

PunkTiger: Dude... cooking chicken nuggets is simple. Preheat oven to 425° F, put nugs on baking sheet (or one of those round pizza pans with all the holes in it), put in oven for about 9 or 10 minutes, then take 'em out and dump them on a plate with a side of your favourite dipping sauce. Eat!

EZPZ

/done it a few times


You don't flip yours halfway through cooking?
 
2020-12-03 7:22:44 PM  

blodyholy: PunkTiger: Dude... cooking chicken nuggets is simple. Preheat oven to 425° F, put nugs on baking sheet (or one of those round pizza pans with all the holes in it), put in oven for about 9 or 10 minutes, then take 'em out and dump them on a plate with a side of your favourite dipping sauce. Eat!

EZPZ

/done it a few times

You don't flip yours halfway through cooking?


Never felt the need. They come out fine.
 
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2020-12-03 8:22:21 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: edmo: Well, that is a helluva example of what not to do. Carrying fire through the house is the stupidest thing you could do. Use an extinguisher and lacking that, smother it with dish towel or something like baking soda.

I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.

Terrible to keep your toddler outside in the cold, and to add injury to insult, set him on fire.


How else is the kid supposed to warm up, you monster.
 
2020-12-03 9:04:46 PM  

FrancoFile: How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?


Once I was dating a gal a few years ago and we got to the eating at each others house stage.  She has the idea to cook nachos at my place.  I calmly add fresh aluminum foil to the one pan that could hold something like that to line the pan.

She takes a look and goes "how many layers of foil are on there?? what are you doing?"

There were probably 20.

You see, the pan got a bunch of stuff burned onto it a decade ago and i couldn't get it off, so the next best thing was to just put foil over it and forget about it.  I only really used the pan to bake typical garbage foods from the frozen food aisle and would wipe it out, but if it got bad.. hey, line it with some fresh foil, spray it with pam, good to go.

Well she obviously had to take all the foil off, and was mortified at the state of the one baking pan I owned as it would probably take a chisel to get everything out.  We ended up going out for dinner.

/Still has the pan
//still lining it with foil
///still single
 
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2020-12-03 10:23:39 PM  

phedex: FrancoFile: How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?

Once I was dating a gal a few years ago and we got to the eating at each others house stage.  She has the idea to cook nachos at my place.  I calmly add fresh aluminum foil to the one pan that could hold something like that to line the pan.

She takes a look and goes "how many layers of foil are on there?? what are you doing?"

There were probably 20.

You see, the pan got a bunch of stuff burned onto it a decade ago and i couldn't get it off, so the next best thing was to just put foil over it and forget about it.  I only really used the pan to bake typical garbage foods from the frozen food aisle and would wipe it out, but if it got bad.. hey, line it with some fresh foil, spray it with pam, good to go.

Well she obviously had to take all the foil off, and was mortified at the state of the one baking pan I owned as it would probably take a chisel to get everything out.  We ended up going out for dinner.

/Still has the pan
//still lining it with foil
///still single


I mean that's super gross, but also I almost always line sheet trays going into the oven with foil. ESPECIALLY for nachos. You finish eating, wrap the nachos up in the foil, into the fridge, then pass out. Wake up the next morning, throw the foil on the sheet tray, unwrap, back in the oven for hangover breakfast nachos

It's alcoholism 101
 
2020-12-03 10:46:03 PM  

151: phedex: FrancoFile: How much caked-on crap is on that baking sheet that it could catch on fire?

Once I was dating a gal a few years ago and we got to the eating at each others house stage.  She has the idea to cook nachos at my place.  I calmly add fresh aluminum foil to the one pan that could hold something like that to line the pan.

She takes a look and goes "how many layers of foil are on there?? what are you doing?"

There were probably 20.

You see, the pan got a bunch of stuff burned onto it a decade ago and i couldn't get it off, so the next best thing was to just put foil over it and forget about it.  I only really used the pan to bake typical garbage foods from the frozen food aisle and would wipe it out, but if it got bad.. hey, line it with some fresh foil, spray it with pam, good to go.

Well she obviously had to take all the foil off, and was mortified at the state of the one baking pan I owned as it would probably take a chisel to get everything out.  We ended up going out for dinner.

/Still has the pan
//still lining it with foil
///still single

I mean that's super gross, but also I almost always line sheet trays going into the oven with foil. ESPECIALLY for nachos. You finish eating, wrap the nachos up in the foil, into the fridge, then pass out. Wake up the next morning, throw the foil on the sheet tray, unwrap, back in the oven for hangover breakfast nachos

It's alcoholism 101


"Hangover Breakfast Nachos" is the name of my Wall of Voodoo yacht rock cover band.
 
2020-12-04 2:09:03 AM  

edmo: Well, that is a helluva example of what not to do. Carrying fire through the house is the stupidest thing you could do. Use an extinguisher and lacking that, smother it with dish towel or something like baking soda.

I remember very clearly a story the visiting fireman told us one time in grade school. A family had a grease fire break out in a frying pan. Dad grabbed the pan, ran across the room to the patio door, and threw it outside. Onto his toddler. Who died.


Yep.

And I wonder why there were no smoke alarms going off.
 
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