I remember one time, I had invited the entire family over for dinner.
Now mind you, as the youngest of 25 kids; when I say the entire family,
I'm talking between 200 - 300 people.
Now, the time came to prepare the
steaks/brauts/hamburgers/dogs/livers/gizzards/crows feet; and also
making sure the hamburger buns were toasted.
And so, I fired up the good old grill that the friendly folks at Sams
club assured me was quite safe; and, seeing as how it was made of, or
at least appeared to be made of, stainless steel, I knew it was
manufactured with only the highest of quality standards.
The problem was, I forgot that the stash of M-764 grenades I had bought
30 years ago, I had also placed in the grill for safe storage.
Well, I fired up the grill, not knowing, or even realising the chain of
events I had placed into motion.
It wasn't 10 minutes after initial grill flame up that Aunt Ethel's
head was anything more that an ornament upon the smokestack of my
Uncle Ted? Ha. Well, lets just say the fish ate well that day.
I could go on.
But I won't.
Just don't store any M-764's you may have laying around the house in
the new grill you bought at Sams club, Stainless Steel or not, OK?