A technical "how the hell can that happen" question.

Dave7

Legendary Member
Location
Cheshire
So.....I am cooking a meal. I have half a glass of red wine poured out. I knocked the glass over.
So... how does half a glass of red wine, by miracle, become at least 4 bottles of it.
It was everywhere...... work top, doors, window AND MY NEW PADDERS SLIPPERS, the floor was swimming in it. It took nearly a full kitchen roll for just the floor.
An hour later and we are still finding splashes and stains.
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Location
Loch side.
You probably used YOU-KNOW-WHO's name as a profanity and he sprung into action and turned all the water in your kitchen into wine.
 

gavroche

Getting old but not past it
Location
North Wales
Every negative as a positive so empty a glass full of wine in a bucket and , hey presto, you might get a bucket full!!:whistle::okay:
 

Globalti

Legendary Member
Must admit that as I enter my mid sixties I'm becoming increasingly bad at judging distances and do seem to be knocking things over more. At lunch time I flooded my desk with a glass of water.
 
So.....I am cooking a meal. I have half a glass of red wine poured out. I knocked the glass over.
So... how does half a glass of red wine, by miracle, become at least 4 bottles of it.
It was everywhere...... work top, doors, window AND MY NEW PADDERS SLIPPERS, the floor was swimming in it. It took nearly a full kitchen roll for just the floor.
An hour later and we are still finding splashes and stains.
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Worst ever ‘I’m a secret serial killer’ post evvver.
 

perplexed

Legendary Member
Location
Sheffield
I'm not usually cak handed, but I dropped and smashed a dinner plate on the kitchen floor last night.

It was only an old, cheap one - I don't know if they get 'brittle' with age, but my god, it smashed into what appeared to be a billion pieces.

I'm convinced that I'd we were able to stick it back together it would have transformed into something approximating the size of the dish at Jodrell Bank.
 
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