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New weekend thread: Flashman edition.
Right, lads. Now that we can post again what are you up to?
|>>|| No. 435534
Just to be clear, pouring water into boiling oil will make it explode, I was joking and thought you'd know that, do not do this.
|>>|| No. 435536
With pasta though, you do the opposite and pour oil into boiling water. Not really the most dangerous thing you can do in the kitchen.
|>>|| No. 435537
Yes, pouring oil into boiling water creates an implosion that heals the third degree burns of of anyone nearby.
|>>|| No. 435540
Has clearly hasn't - I just did it and survived.
You've got it the wrong way around - pouring water onto boiling oil, as if to put out a chip-pan fire, all goes wrong. Putting a small amount of oil in your boiling pasta water, will not have the same effect and might stop your pasta sticking together as it drains.
|>>|| No. 435543
I don't understand, what's the worst that is going to happen if you pour olive oil in your ear? I was even recommended this by a nurse to clear up some hardened wax.
The entire point is it removes fats so it's not like you're going to get ear corona.
|>>|| No. 435544
Is that a serious question? You risk getting an inner-ear infection, for what should be fairly obvious reasons.
|>>|| No. 435547
The reason why water explodes when you pour it over hot oil is that oil gets much hotter than water. The smoke point of olive oil, when it starts to evaporate, is around 180°c. So if you pour water over hot oil, the water suddenly becomes much hotter than its boiling temperature, and thus changes into its gaseous state very abruptly and violently.
The reason why that can then cause flash fire is that the expanding water vapour disperses the oil into little mistlike droplets, and which are small enough to catch fire on a gas stove.
It's a little bit like your diesel engine. You can throw a burning match into a pan with diesel and it will simply go out. But the injectors inside your engine turn it into a fine mist inside your cylinders, which then self ignites under high temperature and pressure.
|>>|| No. 435549
Started making soup at midnight. The soup is now finished. Don’t let anyone tell you when you can or can’t make soup.
|>>|| No. 435550
I am with you. I have three packs of broccoli that are about to get the same treatment so that I have some lunch next week.
|>>|| No. 435560
This weekend I've watched so many clips of Curb Your Enthusiasm on YouTube I've begun getting recommendations for the Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball channel. That's practically an honorary Bar mitzvah.
|>>|| No. 435561
I've started watching clips from Bob's Burgers after youtube randomly suggested them to me a week ago. Quite underrated, that show.
|>>|| No. 435567
Not him but I don't even know what an Emmy is other than assuming it's Television award of some kind of. Bob's Burgers is brutally underappreciated in the UK when compared to Family Guy/American Dad/South Park/almost everything else.
|>>|| No. 435589
I saw a few episodes after high praise from a friend a few years ago (he's much younger and his tastes in TV is terrible; I should've known better). Had to bite my tongue when we talked about it afterwards. It is just another of those sitcom cartoons, and to me at least it feels like we reached saturation point a while ago. It needed some new conceit to make it notable above the rest of the "Simpsons-alike" crowd, and it had nothing.
Apparently there's been nine seasons of it and it's still getting made, so I guess someone likes it.
|>>|| No. 435590
I've got a few younger work colleagues who always rave about Brickleberry. I've seen it a few times and it's watchable but it feels like knock-off Family Guy and that's hardly a masterpiece to begin with. Consequently they keep telling me to watch Paradise PD as that's by the same people but that's not happening.
|>>|| No. 435591
I'd never heard of it, but one look tells me that these people operate on some fairly simple principles:
1x fat man, main character
1x hot blonde, craaaazy
1x black guy for black jokes
1x talking creature, smart one of the bunch
etc etc. It's depressing just how true this holds for all of these shows, thinking about it. I'm sure this is hardly a fresh new insight, but even so. It's like that time in the mid-90s where every other videogame became a 2D platformer starring an anthro with attitude, except it's been going on for a couple of decades. I hope something a bit more interesting takes its place.
|>>|| No. 435593
I honestly wouldn't be surprised if all these shows had the same scripts, randomly generated by an algorithm that has analysed Seth MacFarlane's pop culture references and just regurgitated with new names. They're all just so shit.
Family Guy was actually great when it first came out, and it was essentially just The Simpsons with edgier humour. You could watch Futurama instead if you wanted The Simpsons with more intelligent humour- Although The Simpsons was already pretty smart sometimes. But all they're doing is regurgitating it with different settings now to try capture some niche audience the family sitcom setup didn't already encapsulate. It's all just dross.
As shit as the old network TV shows were at times I think Netflix et al has actually lowered the standard of TV quite considerably.
|>>|| No. 435595
Netflix seem to have taken a similar approach to commissioning series that KitKat have taken with flavours in Japan; throw money at any old shit and see what sticks.
With Netflix that's resulted in gravitating towards the lowest common denominator.
|>>|| No. 435597
The green tea ones Tesco sell in the Jap section are lush and taste like a dunked kit kat, so you get that just dunked taste on the move. Never tried the other ones they do though.
|>>|| No. 435598
Just googled them and they're apparently made by the same two people, neither of whom are Seth Macfarlane. Unless he's gone all Stephen King on us.
|>>|| No. 435599
>Consequently they keep telling me to watch Paradise PD as that's by the same people but that's not happening.
The clues are there.
|>>|| No. 435601
The way your sentence was structured it sounded like you thought that Paradise PD and Brickleberry weren't by the same people. The pitfalls of ambiguous English!
|>>|| No. 435769
Is SARAH MILLICAN'S SQUELCHY FANNY CUSTARD any good then?
Asking for a friend.
|>>|| No. 435771
It's tempting but I have a sneaking suspicion that most of them will have burst in the journey. You do it first and tell us how it goes.
It's alright but when you factor in that you have to have more 'meals' it gets a bit daft. Think of it as something to have once in awhile when you don't have time or inclination for cooking and don't mind farting all night.
|>>|| No. 435772
>Think of it as something to have once in awhile when you don't have time or inclination for cooking and don't mind farting all night.
Weirdly, I can somehow imagine this being true both for the actual meal replacement bar and for SARAH MILLICAN'S SQUELCHY FANNY CUSTARD.
|>>|| No. 435773
Do big girls have bigger fannies? By big girls, I mean over 16 stones. I never bonked a big one.
|>>|| No. 435774
>Do big girls have bigger fannies?
No, there's no correlation. Birds with a fat fanny tend to have a pleasingly squashy tightness around the opening.
|>>|| No. 435779
It's more to do with how many brats they've fired out.
Sorry ladies, more than 2 kids and it's channel tunnel time
|>>|| No. 435784
Once they get to a certain level of fatness they get "fat fanny" where the fat pushes the vulva closer together, but that obviously only accounts for the entrance, and certainly isn't a replacement for just having a tight chuff all round.
|>>|| No. 435785
It actually affects how their fanny looks from the outside rather than how they feel on the inside. Underweight girls, at least those underweight during puberty, are more likely to have protruding lips because they have less weight pushing down on their pubic mound. A fatty is more likely to have a nice tucked in aesthetic fanny.
As mentioned when we discussed this the other day, in the thread about the Labour leadership contest, a lot of the tightness comes down to pelvic floor exercises.
|>>|| No. 435786
Maybe that's why i haven't much enjoyed my experiences. I've only ever bonked a few fat girls (17+stone) and i've always been confused how the inside feels .. empty. Finished, mind, just disapointed. Fat fanny really looks lovely, though.
|>>|| No. 435788
>As mentioned when we discussed this the other day, in the thread about the Labour leadership contest, a lot of the tightness comes down to pelvic floor exercises.
Never change, .gs.
|>>|| No. 435791
Quarantine must be getting to me, because I've spent most of the last two hours daydreaming about gorging myself on SARAH MILLICAN'S SQUELCHY FANNY CUSTARD. When all this is over, the middle-aged divorcees of match.com will be keeping their babysitters busy.
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