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Kistaro Windrider, Reptillian Situation Assessor

Unfortunately, I Really Am That Nerdy

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  • 12:06 Preparing mashed potatoes twitpic.com/r79f6 #
  • 13:19 Taking a break from cooking dinner to cook lunch! Current state od the kitchen: twitpic.com/r7lag #
  • 22:15 It's hilarous to listen to other people play Mario Wii. Especially when they're bad at it. #
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The hammer and tatoes made my night XD

That's one of the really great things about the Wii, even if you're bad at it, it's still fun. :)

EDIT: Oh, and you might want to go with a mallet. You're gonna need a bigger hammer.

Edited at 2009-11-28 08:38 pm (UTC)

Sorry I missed things. u..u

It happens. Not getting in a fatal car accident due to falling asleep behind the wheel is an entirely reasonable priority. There'll be other opportunities!

This is true! There will be others. :o

I attempted to stifle my laughter when I looked at the potato picture, and what might have been a relatively inoffensive titter came out as a string of really loud snort laughs. o_o;;;; Well, that didn't go as intended.

Have you seen Benny & Joon? It has a few unconventional food preparation methods such as that.

I think mashed potatoes must just lend themselves to unconventional food preparation methods. Because it's like, "Hmm... how shall we mash things? How much finesse versus violence?"

They used a tennis racket for mashing potatoes in the movie. Guess what they used for grilled cheese sandwiches.

*squints at the photo* What the heck is that green thing on the lower left?

I haven't seen it! It sounds like I might be amused. For a grilled cheese sandwich, I'll have to guess a Bunsen burner and lab tongs, but that may just be because I remember my 8th-grade science teacher on his lunch break.

I'm not sure whether it's fortunate or unfortunate, but the hammer was just a prop; I used a traditional potato masher for the purpose.

The green thing is a vegetable peeler I bought for $1.25 at Marshall's, which was worth about what I paid for it. Some time between the sixth potato and the tenth, it had gone dull. The only thing it'd been used for before that was a carrot.

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