Fuck you, Grandma >_<

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By Oliver AKA The Admin on 40 comments
in Categories: Just Talking

grandmas suck !

Who said grandma’s recipes were cool ? >_<
This afternoon, my wife read on a women’s forum a “recipe” for epilating wax, with a mix of wax, toffee and honey. Just out of curiosity, she said, she tried it, precisely following the ingredients and temperature. The picture above describes accurately what was happening when I just arrived home a few hours ago >_<
If you guys never had to clean up a mix of burned wax, toffee and honey, a fast description : it stinks, nothing on earth is more sticky, it won’t melt (and stop sticking to death) below 60 celsius degrees. Apply that to your whole kitchen (WTF this was the recipe for a bomb or what ?) and your favorite jumper, and curse grandma recipes.
Conclusion : whoever you are, grandma, hurry up and DIE ! :mad: :evil:

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fafa971
fafa971
15 years ago

essaie “oust” ça marche bien

Nekoo
Nekoo
15 years ago

Hehehe this is divine retribution , just kiding.

kail
kail
15 years ago

1) Divine retribution, u deserved it even if u don’t know why
2) She deserved it … but u’r the husband :S

Solutions:

1) Channel fireballs in the kitchen
2) Use deodorants and use the sticky part as post-it for other recipes
3) Sell recipe on black market as bombing method and buy a new kitchen
4) Goddammed post on goddammed forum, user ip, Grandma, ???, Profit

anon
anon
15 years ago

don’t know how the toffee and the honey in the mix will affect the outcome, but this a miracle cure for spilled candlewax (I speak from personal experience).

Short version: Basically, place a towel on the wax covered surface (works on hardwood and carpet) heat up a clothes iron to maximum heat and iron the towel. The wax will melt and stick to the towel instead.

Long version: http://www.mrscleannw.com/tips/remove-candle-wax.html

Matt
Matt
15 years ago

death is just another part of life… one that we must all take…

TJCID
TJCID
15 years ago

The compassion cells in my brain, which I long believed to be dead, ressurected when I red about your misfortune. I am sorry and know that I have never before written truer words.

Ayle
Ayle
15 years ago

lol MDR bonne chance pour le nettoyage.

Morgoroth
Morgoroth
15 years ago

Can I have the recipe?

Jankull
Jankull
15 years ago

It sucks lol, but could be a good prank to do to someone you hate. :D

Fenrisar
Fenrisar
15 years ago

it doesnt sound like something i’d wish even on my worst enemies : /

but a pic or 2 of the mayhem would be awesome :3

tiggerpounce
tiggerpounce
15 years ago

Dang man, what an unholy mess that must be (though I’m afraid I did laugh a lot at your description of the disaster). BTW, if you try the hot iron and paper towels method – be sure to use pure white paper towels — the colors in decorated towels may do strange things under heat like that. It occurs to me that you might also help yourself by using the steam ability of most irons these days — firing steam at the mess first (*without* touching the iron to it of course) before doing the paper towels and pressing.

Demonik
Demonik
15 years ago

Well, why not try a garden hoe? I don’t mean from the corner of 5th and Baker, either. It would seem to be better than simple knife. No offense, but just outside the box thinking again…

cozo
cozo
15 years ago

omg, what a nice wife so willing to try such new and exotic things.

akmdw
akmdw
15 years ago

It’s a conspiracy by your wife to get a new kitchen surface!

Xenor
Xenor
15 years ago

You could also try freezing the stuff..will become brittle and shatter…then vacuum up. Dry ice is once cheap way…slightly more expensive is cans of compressed air….some sell speciality cleaner for removing gum from carpet, etc…

lollan
lollan
15 years ago

Man I thought I was about to pee myself when I read this post lol.

Be brave ! May the force be with you

lool

Alexandre
Alexandre
15 years ago

could you please give grandmas site, really im sorry man but the way you describe it made me fell from my chair, but stiil i want to see long version of the recipe, by the way how did you now that stuff only melted at 60º, do you a torch in your place and burnt it.

Lil' t
Lil' t
15 years ago

wow oli man, while tryna clean up the mess, y not get more income on the way, y’kno like, sell the recipe to osama or s’thang =P jk

at least thanks to you I learned to not trust grandma recipes! =P

holla~

DarkestDivide
DarkestDivide
15 years ago

“The hardest scenarios are the ones which will benefit a person the most in the long run of his life…”

Draken
Draken
15 years ago

Dur l’ami ………………………………………………………

redbone
redbone
15 years ago

hahahahahaha, that’s the funniest thing I’ve heard in weeks, lol

Expell666
Expell666
15 years ago

I’d really like to try that recipe

Phil
Phil
15 years ago

Haha wow. That’s just fuckin’ messed up.

dlld
dlld
15 years ago

lol…my friend, I’m sorry to hear your bad news, but I’m very interested in your recipe.

Brad
Brad
15 years ago

That’s the problem with “old grandma” recipes, they leave something out that is obvious to no one but grandma.

When you heat wax, you need to use a double boiler else you get what you got from heating the wax too fast. I only know this because I once helped grandma make jam and sealed them with melted wax.

Lalala.
Lalala.
15 years ago

ah yea i heard the iron thing works pretty well or some type of high temperature steam.

fatjoe400
fatjoe400
15 years ago

Damn that sucks dude. It seem like grandma got the last laugh :?

anonymous
anonymous
15 years ago

I request Pics of mess and link to the recipe.

Tariko
Tariko
15 years ago

PLEASE…PLEASE…Give me the grandma’s recipe!! I want to try it myself and i also want re record my steps…i think it will be VERY Exciting to try it! SO PLEASE give me the Link and i want 2 try it!

PLEASE

Tariko
Tariko
15 years ago

is this is the recipe you were talking about:
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Place the sugar, honey and butter in a saucepan and mix well with a wooden spoon. Place over medium heat and bring to the boil. Do not stir once the toffee begins to boil. Reduce the heat and continue to cook, testing the toffee by dropping a little into iced water. When a little hardens in cold water, remove the toffee from the heat and pour into patty cases. Sprinkle with hundreds and thousands and set aside until the toffee sets. Store in an airtight container.
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I need the One you tried or Had!! I’m waiting for your recipe…Thanks

kinson555
kinson555
15 years ago

BWAHAHAHAHAHA!
I can laugh at you because the same thing happened to me last year when my niece started to make peach syrup in my kitchen when i was gone for the weekend, dropped the pot containing at LEAST 2 gallons of syrup ON the stove, put out the fire by throwing my hand made all-natural bath towels on the stove and then left the mess there for me to find 2 days later so she could go hang out and gossip with her friends at the mall.

To this day, i STILL cant look at a peach without getting a twitch in my left cheek!

kinson555
kinson555
15 years ago

Only because i gave my sister a choice: to clean the stove along with her daughter or buy me a new one!

It took them 6 and a half hours for them to clean it to my satisfaction. :)

The rest of the kitchen i took care of myself and my niece wound up buying me some new towels. However she is still barred from cooking ANYTHING in MY kitchen.

Trekkie
Trekkie
15 years ago

My granny died last year’s November(Still depressed ’bout that) after us(at home) having to care for her for about 7 Years due to a stroke.

Also your main-post doesn’t say that it’s a Grandma’s recipe, as your wife readed it on a Forum (not the likiest place to get a Granny-Recipe).

kinson555
kinson555
15 years ago

Trekkie: Sorry for your loss, dude.
But i think you’re missing the point of this little cautionary tale…

Trekkie
Trekkie
15 years ago

@kinson555: Well, i wasn’t missing that, rather not associating my own post with that.
I know, that homemade Recipes are usually seen as Granny’s recipes, but that actually wasn’t the Point in my lines.

However, Thanks for your condolence!

TheBest_F-22
15 years ago

Well… I must say that You Owned ALL the American students who use “Vinegar” and “Sodium Bicarbonate” to do little volcanoes to their Science Projects (Classic if not “Cliché”)…

Thx 4 All the FREE LoLs & eXtra LuLz. ;P

You WILL Become WW (World Wide) /Internet Famous!.

I guarantee IT!. :D

Stay Well. (Gobujide)

C Ya l8r then.

… ^_^”;;;; …

atanok
atanok
15 years ago

YOUR KITCHEN ASPLODE

Next time your wife reads something off the internet, tell her to cross-reference using google.
Many “special recipes” are just trolls telling you do some nasty stuff.

It’s like telling a Mac noob to type “rm -rf /” to “get all the new movies on your Ipod!”…
>_>