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I used to cook more than I do now. Of course, I used to get home before 7:30 PM every night too...

My wife is a very good cook - but when she is done, the kitchen looks like an F5 tornado went through it. No joke - she uses every knife, every pan, every cabinet door & drawer is open and every spice bottle has mysteriously lost it's cap.
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I used to cook more than I do now. Of course, I used to get home before 7:30 PM every night too...
My wife is a very good cook - but when she is done, the kitchen looks like an F5 tornado went through it. No joke - she uses every knife, every pan, every cabinet door & drawer is open and every spice bottle has mysteriously lost it's cap.

But is the end result tasty? That's what matters. And you got children - why is cleaning a debate? tongue.gif
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and every spice bottle has mysteriously lost it's cap.

 

Ahh, we need to get her those little stainless steel dishes for pre-measuring spices and stuff.  Those things are awesome.  They also make the actual task so much faster once the flames are in action!

 

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And you got children - why is cleaning a debate? tongue.gif

 

Insta-labor-force!

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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

 

Insta-labor-force!

 

Either that or the little snot-nosed-rug-rats will contribute to the mess... tongue.gif

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Either that or the little snot-nosed-rug-rats will contribute to the mess... tongue.gif

That seems more likely to me....lol.

post #516 of 7303
Our house isn't the Cleaver family from Leave it to Beaver - we are a lot more like the Bundy's from Married with Children...
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Our house isn't the Cleaver family from Leave it to Beaver - we are a lot more like the Bundy's from Married with Children...

 

Surely a future in reality television beckons then....wink.gif

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Surely a future in reality television beckons then....wink.gif

lol - I can't imagine anything more excruciating for both us and the audience.

In other news, today San Francisco implements a new law against grocery stores giving out grocery bags for free. You now need to either bring your own bags or the store will charge you 10 cents per bag.

I am continually amazed at the things our lawmakers decide to spend their time on.
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In further news, San Francisco bans the use of all internal combustion engines within the city limits, and the sale of beef. eek.gifwink.gif
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In further news, San Francisco bans the use of all internal combustion engines within the city limits, and the sale of beef. eek.gifwink.gif

And exhaling CO2 which is a known greenhouse gas.
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And exhaling CO2 which is a known greenhouse gas.

 

And thus, SF becomes the first city in the world to ban its own citizens...  I'm surprised they haven't tried to ban DHMO yet.  rolleyes.gif

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Thousands of people die every year from ingesting an entirely legal amount of dihydrogen monoxide.

It's called drowning...

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Thousands of people die every year from ingesting an entirely legal amount of dihydrogen monoxide.

 

Hey, all kidding aside, this is a real problem for some people.  I personally suffer from such a high level of DHMO ingestion, that I often secret large amounts of it.  eek.gif

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They broke ground today on the garage. This contractor doesn't mess around either, he said it'll be done in just a couple weeks. And, uh, I decided to get a lift. biggrin.gif



It's the one that seems to be the most recommended. http://www.completehydraulic.com/lifts-4-post-sl10000xl.html

Good timing too, because I've got a line on a minty fresh `09 CTS-V that's still under warranty, great color. $40k cash, 26k miles.


Edited by Magick Man - 10/2/12 at 6:59pm
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They broke ground today on the garage. This contractor doesn't mess around either, he said it'll be done in just a couple weeks. And, uh, I decided to get a lift. biggrin.gif

 

Yeah, that definitely seems like a good idea.  No need to make life more difficult for no good reason.  You did make sure you've got enough height clearance right?  With your tallest vehicle at max height I mean...

 

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Good timing too, because I've got a line on a minty fresh `09 CTS-V that's still under warranty, great color. $40k cash, 26k miles.

 

Hey yeah, that is a sleek color.  I'll bet that in a lot of ways, you're looking forward to that drive more than the Corniche.  Kinda like coming home.  How's the new interior coming BTW?

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