#1
I'm making breakfast when all of a sudden a ****ing a fire starts in the grill, because I had the grill door thing slightly open the fire starts coming out of it, I turn the grill off, the fires still going I start throwing cups of water at it, it finally goes down, then my Dad comes downstairs because of the smoke, and when I tell him what happened he starts shouting at me for getting the grill wet. WTF

The positive is that now i'm eating a smoky bacon and sausage sandwich , hows your morning going ?
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#2
A year and a half ago I fell asleep with brownies in the oven. Someone had taken the batteries out of the smoke alarm (wtf), so it obviously didn't go off, and I woke up just coughing in a cloud of smoke. I really should've died.

Good times.
#3
my sister used to have a really bad habit of setting paper towels on fire via the oven. she cut that out tho. now all she does is smoke pot and play with chinchillas
#4
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#5
Way to go guys, you officially suck at cooking. Like the most basic human skill, preparing shit to put in your face, and you suck at it.

I am disappoint.
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#6
I've almost burned down my moms house. I have a bad habit of turning on the wrong burner all the time. My mom has an electric stove with the coils, and she puts covers on them, which I frequently burn and ruin. Anyway, so I turn on the wrong burner one day, as per usual, and I'm turned around doing some homework or something. When I smell the smoke I turn around and see that there is a can of paint stripper or some similarly flammable product sitting on top of the cover, and the rag on top of that can is burning. Just how hot exactly did that can have to get, while managing not to explode, to make the rag on top of it start burning? Anyway, I shut off the burner, pull off the burning rag, and then stare at the can dumbfounded about whether or not it was safe for me to pick up and move, as if the increased pressure of me lifting it was going to be what set it over the edge. Yup.

I should have been embarrassed to tell my family that this happened, but I just had to ask who the dumbass was that put the flammable can on top of the stove.
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I've almost burned down my moms house. I have a bad habit of turning on the wrong burner all the time. My mom has an electric stove with the coils, and she puts covers on them, which I frequently burn and ruin. Anyway, so I turn on the wrong burner one day, as per usual, and I'm turned around doing some homework or something. When I smell the smoke I turn around and see that there is a can of paint stripper or some similarly flammable product sitting on top of the cover, and the rag on top of that can is burning. Just how hot exactly did that can have to get, while managing not to explode, to make the rag on top of it start burning? Anyway, I shut off the burner, pull off the burning rag, and then stare at the can dumbfounded about whether or not it was safe for me to pick up and move, as if the increased pressure of me lifting it was going to be what set it over the edge. Yup.

I should have been embarrassed to tell my family that this happened, but I just had to ask who the dumbass was that put the flammable can on top of the stove.


Did they respond by asking what dumbass doesn't bother to check what's sitting on the stove before turning the burner on, especially when he himself knows how often he gets it wrong?
#10
When I was about 10 we were grilling on the front porch. There was a gas can there so I picked it up and was gonna move it further from the grill. Well, being young and dumb, I thought, what better than to pore a little on the fire first. BAD IDEA!!!! The top of the gas can caught fire as vapor escaped the canister. I flung the gas can in terror, only to see fire flow forth from the can as it flew through the air and bounced off the ground. I sprinted towards the garden hose in effort to douse the inferno, and mostly succeeded. About twenty minutes after "putting the fire out," my sister noticed smoke in her room. The siding had caught right next to the window trim. The fire department comes and rips the hell out of the wall. We still grilled dinner.

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#11
So er. Im kind of a cook.

Never set a fire cooking basic shit in my house lol. Ive had fires start in restaurants i've worked in though. Usually caused by poor everyday cleaning and grease buildup
#12
Once, I heated oil so much it started to fry, and when I dropped a bread loaf soaked in milk it produced a 1m high x 20cm wide fire column.

The pan's still aight, though the bread came out pretty ****in' devastated.
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Once, I heated oil so much it started to fry, and when I dropped a bread loaf soaked in milk it produced a 1m high x 20cm wide fire column.

The pan's still aight, though the bread came out pretty ****in' devastated.
You accidentally the WHOLE loaf?!

Haven't burned anything yet but a few soups, because I couldn't convince myself to stay at the stove to wait until it was cooked. Else than that, I "know how to prepare some shit to put in my face".
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#15
My friend in middle school had accidentally burned his house down on two separate occasions. But there were a few spencers in our grade so when I talked about him I'd have to clarify burned-his-own-house-down-twice spencer
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#16
What kind of dolt puts water on a grease fire?

I keep an extinguisher in the kitchen, 2 in the garage and another in the closet in the main hallway, safety first!
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#17
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What kind of dolt puts water on a grease fire?




The same kind that uses a grill for cooking breakfast
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Way to go guys, you officially suck at cooking. Like the most basic human skill, preparing shit to put in your face, and you suck at it.

I am disappoint.

Yeah man, shouldn't you have learned that shit on tutorial island?
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now all she does is smoke pot and play with chinchillas

your welcome for that, the chinchillas were weird at first but i eventually got used to em
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#20
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and when I tell him what happened he starts shouting at me for getting the grill wet. WTF
Clearly, you don't know the value of a good grill.
What with you "splashing water on it" because "It'll caaaaause a fiiiiiire. Oooooooo"
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Who the **** grills inside?
Strayans, I'd guess.
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Who the **** grills inside?

This is what got me.

Wtf.
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#26
It's really silly to me how many 20-somethings in the US have no idea how to cook, when they have access to the internet and can EASILY google recipes...

Also, some of you don't have common sense. Come on, REMOVE ALL FLAMMABLE OBJECTS BEFORE USING A HEAT SOURCE!
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Did they respond by asking what dumbass doesn't bother to check what's sitting on the stove before turning the burner on, especially when he himself knows how often he gets it wrong?


It was a dumbass who in the last 12 years of being old enough to handle a stove had never seen another dumbass sit something flammable on a stove.

Come on now. Frequently turning on the wrong burner is totally my own fault, but I am not taking the blame for what was sitting on top of it. That was a level of stupidity way beyond me that I really should not have to prepare for.
#28
I am planning on burning the house to the ground cause I hate cleaning the bathroom.

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#31
Lemmy likes to gamble, he's gonna use the grill
The heats on, the foods done, the fire takes over me

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#33
Grease gathering in the back of our gas oven ruined the electrics in it as well as almost frying one of my flatmates (the oven door diverted the gas fireball hurling towards him)

To be honest, I fear that the gas stove will burn down this house one day... at least it feels like that every time I fire it up...

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#34
it really is heart stopping when cooking gets out of hand. Hahaha the good thing is when you can still eat what you cook

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#36
Almost? Like come back when you actually set it on fire.
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Oh neat this thread is a month old
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#38
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It's really silly to me how many 20-somethings in the US have no idea how to cook, when they have access to the internet and can EASILY google recipes...

Also, some of you don't have common sense. Come on, REMOVE ALL FLAMMABLE OBJECTS BEFORE USING A HEAT SOURCE!

+1
Sohelp me god if I ever have another girlfriend who can't cook for shit.
Waking me up telling me to cook breakfast every single morning.
#39
wtfff
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