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#1
My microwave won't heat anything or go past 23 seconds before shutting itself off. What's wrong with it? It only started happening today.

I want to cook an egg.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#3
I like microwaved eggs.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#5
I remember blowing eggs up in the microwaves at school in home economics. And putting tin foil and steel wool in them too
#7
There are tonnes or alternatives you can do with eggs. Microwaves happen to be the lazy mans way. GET OFF YOUR ASS AND WORK FOOL!
#9
Yes. It seems I can't seem to get my gf to cook me an egg.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#11
Reinstall Windows.
Dear God, do you actually answer prayers?

Yes, but only in a way indistinguishable from random luck or the result of your own efforts.
#15
Quote by soulflyV
Fuck dude, its a sign!

You are going to die on your 23rd birthday! You only have like 5 months left!


FUCK!


except I'll be turning 22 this year.

Man I'm hungry for my egg.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#16
[quote="'[ LiAm "]']i heard putting a metal spoon in there will fix everything

what the hell, it destroyed mine.
#18
Probably just needs a new Flux Capacitor.
Try eBay.
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#19
Quote by Time Seller
This thread has quickly disintegrated.


Yes indeed. Still hasn't solved my egg problems.

How else can I cook an egg then?
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#21
Quote by Lord-O-Donuts
+ 1 or a bottle of methylated spirits.


i heard cats also get that baked on stain to come right off
I mosh continuosly
#22
next please.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#26
Do the cliche manly problem solver, and hit it...really hard.

One time, for about a week, my friend's microwave turned on when you opened the door, and turned off when you closed the door. And when it was closed, you couldn't set a time and start it. We got some dude to stick his head near it. I haven't seen him since.
"There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life."
-Frank Zappa

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-Hans Christian Andersen
#30
Boiling wastes water and gas. Whilst microwave uses electricity only. I'm very eco-friendly.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#35
Surely the egg will go like KABOOM!!

Unless you are making an omlette...

I love omlettes!!
Cam Sampbell's my hero
#38
Damn that's alot of work.

Microwave is like less than 30 seconds. Just put the egg in by itself does it.
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
#40
Would it explode? Or cook just right revealing eggy goodness inside?
2002 Epiphone Goth G400 SG
B.C. Rich Warlock custom
1986 Washburn RR2 Flying V
1991 Peavey Falcon II Stratocaster
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