Yesterday morning while my wife was preparing breadkfast our kitchen
garbage disposer got jammed on of all things, a shiny dime.
It was trivial to unjam and remove it and hit the reset button but I'm
still scratching my head as to how the heck that dime ended up near
enough the kitchen sink to fall "down the drain".
So, what's the goofiest jamming thing that's gotten in YOUR garbage
25 years ago, before I knew better: Two handfuls of kale stems which
instantly turned into the world's strongest rope when I turned on the
disposal. Not funny. It took an hour with a razor blade to chop the stuff
into pieces and untangle it.
On Mon, 05 Nov 2007 20:00:01 GMT, "JoeSpareBedroom"
It is funny:) Years ago the wife put leafy material in the disposal.
Don't recall what it was, but both sides of the sink was filled with
green water and iirc the dishwasher vent had to even be clean. Where
is that plunger... :))
"I wouldn't even be here if my support group hadn't beaten me up."
Not a jam story...but a dime story.
The Saturday before Halloween, I went to the Dollar Store to get a few
things to decorate the front of my house with. The total came to
$11.10. I didn't have a dime, so I ended up with 90 cents in change.
Upon returning home I got the box of Halloween stuff out of the attic.
Guess what I found lying on the bottom of the box? A dime! It was
God likes to play tricks on people...I guess I owe him a treat.
When I was buying stuff before Halloween (the store was advertising a
"last minute" sale a week and a half early). I paid cash and the
clerk had figured 94 cents change. She was out of pennies and gave me
95 cents. After I had gone out to my car, I found a penny and went
back in to give it to her.
When I do something good, I don't give up responsibility.
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