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Old 06-05-2016, 04:13 PM   #1
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Tip for the day . . .

don't forget to take your tea out of the microwave BEFORE you start to drive home. We were on our way home when my husband remembered he had put a cup of tea in the microwave. We pulled over safely and he went to investigate. Fortunately most of the spillage stayed inside the microwave and he was able to sop it all up before it went everywhere else. So now we have another step added to the checklist!
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don't forget to take your tea out of the microwave BEFORE you start to drive home. We were on our way home when my husband remembered he had put a cup of tea in the microwave. We pulled over safely and he went to investigate. Fortunately most of the spillage stayed inside the microwave and he was able to sop it all up before it went everywhere else. So now we have another step added to the checklist!
Oops! Our checklist has 'put mat under microwave turntable.' Hasn't caught a cup of tea yet, but has caught a few other items.
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I put a pillow in the microwave so the glass plate wont bounce and shatter.
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Had to chuckle when I read your post.

We store our bread, in the microwave when not in use.
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don't forget to take your tea out of the microwave BEFORE you start to drive home. We were on our way home when my husband remembered he had put a cup of tea in the microwave. We pulled over safely and he went to investigate. Fortunately most of the spillage stayed inside the microwave and he was able to sop it all up before it went everywhere else. So now we have another step added to the checklist!

Better than forgetting a bag of frozen peas and not finding them for 4 weeks. SCIENCE PROJECT!
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I put a pillow in the microwave so the glass plate wont bounce and shatter.

Great idea!!! Thank you!
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