TimelordSimone wrote:Hofstader'sLaw wrote:My dad tried to cook instant ramen in the microwave before. He forgot to add water and didn't notice until the microwave was leaking ribbons of smoke. The charred noodles smelled horrible. He did it again a week later.
FUN STORY: one of my co-workers at my old job once read the oven instructions instead of the microwave instructions. I don't know what he was cooking, but the microwave ended up on fire.
If you want another microwave disaster story: my brother did something similar to Hofstader'sLaw's dad, except with mac 'n' cheese instead of ramen. Yeah...we had to get a new microwave. ^-^;
Anyway, ranting...why do I allow myself to procrastinate, even when the task I must perform isn't particularly difficult? It would've been good to know a lot earlier that my printer was out of ink, therefore preventing me from printing out an application I need to fill out. Grr. Of course, if I were working this summer I might be less inclined to procrastinate, because it might get rid of some of the summer laziness factor. But that would get fixed if the people who claim they're willing to give me a job would actually, y'know, train me and call me in to work for them and stuff. >:(