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The kid who play dnd with is chaotic evil! Little twerp just left the bag open! :angry:

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12 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

The kid who play dnd with is chaotic evil! Little twerp just left the bag open! :angry:

 

So..... is the DM going to smite him next time he's over for gaming? 

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On 5/11/2018 at 1:54 PM, Clearman said:

 

 

He used a poor example of a life hack. The contents could have been pulled back into the bottle preventing the usage of scissors and potential sharp plastic edges cutting into flesh or tearing the bag.

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16 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

 

So..... is the DM going to smite him next time he's over for gaming? 

He's already been shamed for it.

 

Dishonor on you! Dishonor on your cow!

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3 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

He's already been shamed for it.

 

Dishonor on you! Dishonor on your cow!

 

But why the cow? She didn't do anything wrong!!! ::D:

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2 hours ago, Crowley said:

Lawful Neutral to Lawful Evil. 

Is it really your fault if gnawing through the bag is considered an efficiency trick? ::P:

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Clip , then twist and tuck , then into the big bread box (fridge) so ... LN,CN,LG ... Lawful nutral with chaotic good tendencies? 

 

On a side note, split a bread clip in half and you have two mini finger flick knives.

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Don't store bread in the fridge. The temperature transitions will cause the humidity in the air inside the bag to condensate, and at best you get soggy bread, and at worst... 

 

That's Chaotic Evil, with monoloogues and Ominous Thunder territory...

 

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2 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

Don't store bread in the fridge. The temperature transitions will cause the humidity in the air inside the bag to condensate, and at best you get soggy bread, and at worst... 

 

That's Chaotic Evil, with monoloogues and Ominous Thunder territory...

 

And yet, if I don't keep my bread in the fridge in the summer, it grows mold in one day.

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If it grows mould in one day you may have a serious problem with your home. 

(Incredibly high humidity or a mould issue)

Either that, or they sell you crappy bread.

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