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Old 10-30-2013, 10:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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What the **** a garlic press? I have never seen this retard invention.
I had one given to me for Christmas.
I threw it away approximately 45 seconds after its first use/useless.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:40 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I was seriously thinking of getting a rice cooker, thank you for helping me to make up my mind in not choosing one. That kinda reminds me as a kid, my grandparents had a pressure cooker to save time in making rice, but the thing was it had to cool down or it would explode rice all over the walls. So you still waste all the time you saved in cooking it to let it cool down, basically no difference time-wise. (Fast forward in time to the present) my little nephew insist in calling a pressure cooker a "bomb." I try to tell him it is not a "bomb" it's just ordinary cookware.
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I had one given to me for Christmas.
I threw it away approximately 45 seconds after its first use/useless.
I hope hwhomever bought you that gift you then sent a flaming bag of **** to their front door. Giving a veteran a garlic press? What kind of bull**** is this.
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Brah I can vibrate the clit by humming our national anthem and fingerblasting your insides at the same time. Basically better than a vibrator and a dildo at the same time.. Your point in invalid.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:42 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Garlic presses. I will never understand them. I tried one, and it just mushed my garlic horribly, then I had to spend all this time just picking out the smashed garlic. It's far easier to just chop the ****. If you gotta smash it, turn the f*cking knife sideways and press down.

Wow. SUCH AMAZING. How do this?
They're also impossible to thoroughly clean and they take up more space in a drawer than a wine key. Ridiculous but points for looking like a medieval torture device.

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I never understood beer bottle openers. In 2013 90 percent of beers are twist off. if they are not you can literately use ANY SMALL HARD OBJECT to open them easily.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:46 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Garlic presses. I will never understand them. I tried one, and it just mushed my garlic horribly, then I had to spend all this time just picking out the smashed garlic. It's far easier to just chop the ****. If you gotta smash it, turn the f*cking knife sideways and press down.

Wow. SUCH AMAZING. How do this?
It also comes in tubes, or finely chopped in jars. I tried a Microplane, but that seem like more work and it took some skin off the tip of my finger while grating it.

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They're also impossible to thoroughly clean and they take up more space in a drawer than a wine key. Ridiculous but points for looking like a medieval torture device.
The only reason a wine key takes up more space than is because you don't time for wine, you're too busy drinking vodka with cucumbers and lime Gatorade.
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They're also impossible to thoroughly clean and they take up more space in a drawer than a wine key. Ridiculous but points for looking like a medieval torture device.

Agreed. I can tell such a device would have been a staple in the ballsack torturing business back in the stone walls days. Although I always thought they were inventive back then for no reason at all.
I visited this very old castle in Germany once that had a lot of the original torture items from the dungeon, and a lot of it seemed asinine.

It's like, why use this fancy crushing thing when all you need to do is go outside, get a rock and start swinging it?
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It also comes in tubes, or finely chopped in jars. I tried a Microplane, but that seem like more work and it took some skin off the tip of my finger while grating it.
I never liked the jars of minced garlic. It's never the right flavor in my opinion. Always off. Garlic is too easy to mince fresh to be using other approaches.
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Ballsack torture would be terrible. I cant think I too many places I would assume worse.
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