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post #9 of (permalink) Old 01-05-2013, 12:11 AM
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Default Re: Quirks of a MICROWAVE

I was 8 when we got our first microwave and made the egg mistake. Mom had shown us how to crack an egg into a coffee cup with water and poach it with a saucer over the cup. So I got the bright Idea to try making hard boiled eggs and put one in a Corel glass bowl with a Corel saucer sitting on top.when the thing went off there wasn't a splinter of the Corel glass big enough to tell that that's what it was anyway. There was a nice layer of yellowish white stuff all over the inside of it too and took a long ibt to clean it off too.

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