How To Succesfully Burn Something You Never Inteneded To Make

Fiction By Alecia // 3/15/2009

#1. Begin by: adding ingredients together, and realizing you do not something essential to the receipe.

#2. Change the recipe: turn the ingredients into something of your choice, with no actual receipe. In other words "make one up".

#3. Cooking: put in oven at desired tempature, in container to small for your mixture.

#4. Burning it: leave in oven and forget about it. Make certain that your container was definetly to small.

#5. Discovering: Reutrn to check on your mixture, and discover your container was to small and your mixture bubbling over, and your kitchen full of smoke. Open door, and let the smoke out.

#6. Correcting: take out of oven, and attempt to clean up the mess.

#7. Tasting: taste your glupe, and see if your family will eat it.

#8. Starting over: begin again. Only making another receipe with the same ingredients.

#9. Second time: discover you do not have all the necesary ingredients.

#10. Getting the ingredients: send a person yoy are on good terms with to get the ingrednce that has seccesfully ruined your evening,( or morning, or afternoon as the case may be).

#11. Finishing: mix together all the necesary ingredients, and cook on stove, (as you have not yet cleaned the oven).

#12. Cleaning up: clean up after yourself, leaving your glupe for your family to deavour at their will. Saving the correct receipe for later.

#13. Relax: relax, and tell someone you know about your experience.

#14. Remembering: remember you forgot to clean the oven. Go and do so before further delay.

~~~~~This is a true story~~~~~~~~~~

Comments

Lol, tjis is funny XD This

Lol, tjis is funny XD

This comment was made by Erin!

"Never, never give up. Unless you get really tired." -Ellen Degenres

Erin | Sun, 03/15/2009

"You were not meant to fit into a shallow box built by someone else." -J. Raymond

Thank you. It happened last

Thank you. It happened last night, while making something for church. The house still wreaks of smoke.

"This is most inconvenient, as I have swarn to loath him for all eterinty". Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice

Alecia | Sun, 03/15/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

Ha-ha-ha-ha!!!

Hilarious darling:) At least the second try turned out better than the first!
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"It's King Edmund, actually. Just King though. Peter's the High King. I know, it's confusing."--Edmund Pevensie

Ariel | Sun, 03/15/2009

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Yes, except that I used

Yes, except that I used almond butter indstead of peanut butter. Why do we have almond butter?

"This is most inconvenient, as I have swarn to loath him for all eterinty". Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice

Alecia | Sun, 03/15/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

almond butter

In the words of our lovely Sunday School teacher, "It's more healthy!" LOL
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"It's King Edmund, actually. Just King though. Peter's the High King. I know, it's confusing."--Edmund Pevensie

Ariel | Sun, 03/15/2009

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Indeed. "This is most

Indeed.

"This is most inconvenient, as I have swarn to loath him for all eterinty". Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice

Alecia | Sun, 03/15/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

What do you mean "see if

What do you mean "see if your family will eat it"? I objected to that remark very strongly. Somehow it makes me feel like I am nothing but a garbage desposal-- don't answer that! Interesting way you put this together...by interesting I mean, instructive (or maybe not).

"The more I see of the world, the less inclined I am to think well of it." Elisabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice)

The Brit | Mon, 03/16/2009

This was really funny way of

This was really funny way of telling the story of what happened to you. That title is also hilarious.
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I personally predict that the world will come crashing to a halt if you don't forward this to 50 Gazillion people by noon tomorow!!
-me (in parody of a chain e-mail)

Keri | Mon, 03/16/2009

Thank you dear. Your very

Thank you dear. Your very kind. I was laughing about it for the next few days.

"This is most inconvenient, as I have swarn to loath him for all eterinty". Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice

Alecia | Mon, 03/16/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

Whoa, and some people think

Whoa, and some people think the stuff I eat is wired! (Like a toasted sandwich with lasagna. And that one cheese, ham, peanut butter, lettuce, tomatoes, butter, ketchup, mustard, and so on, sandwich.)
Oh and just to let the Brit know am a garbage disposal. I eat most of everyone left over’s!
PS. I can eat anything!

I am Nate-Dude | Sun, 03/22/2009

Nate-Dude

Thanks for the

Thanks for the comments!!

"As first things always come first, I will start with the first thing" Kendra

Alecia | Mon, 03/23/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

I'm sure you're very helpful

I'm sure you're very helpful to your family. My grandfather eats pickles, butter, peanut butter, and honey, on a peice of bread, and it is DISGUSTING. No offense if you like it. But It sickens me.

"As first things always come first, I will start with the first thing" Kendra

Alecia | Mon, 03/23/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

I love this! And your

I love this! And your sentences are not too short! I will not, however, comment upon your spelling. But anyway, this is awesome, and it reminds me of the first time I tried to bake a cake without sugar.

"The meek tyrannosaurus, victim of an innocent misunderstanding, tears like heck across the prehistoric valley." - Calvin and Hobbes

Bridget | Tue, 03/24/2009

"I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth. Then I ask myself the same question." - Harun Yahya

Thank you. I think it's

Thank you. I think it's happened to almost everyone one time or another.

"As first things always come first, I will start with the first thing" Kendra

Alecia | Tue, 03/24/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

Hey, I'm sorry I said

Hey, I'm sorry I said something about your spelling. That was mean. I just say the first thing that pops into my head, and I need to fix that. I'm really sorry!

"The meek tyrannosaurus, victim of an innocent misunderstanding, tears like heck across the prehistoric valley." - Calvin and Hobbes

Bridget | Tue, 03/24/2009

"I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth. Then I ask myself the same question." - Harun Yahya

That's fine. I thought it

That's fine. I thought it rather amusing. Though I am rather confused which place were you refering to. I have a hard time spelling. It is quite bothersom. Oh well. And I forgot to sign in again. Sorry.

Anonymous | Tue, 03/24/2009

Ok I'm logged in. "As first

Ok I'm logged in.

"As first things always come first, I will start with the first thing" Kendra

Alecia | Tue, 03/24/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

This is really funny. I have

This is really funny. I have had stuff like this happen to me so many times.

"Here are the beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron." C.S.Lewis

airlia | Thu, 04/02/2009

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived."
General George S. Patton

Thank you. Sometime that is

Thank you. Sometime that is going to happen when I'm doing it with someone else. Like OGF. We almost baked something at her house, but we didn't.....which is probably a good thing...lol...

You're hearing from me once more. Deal with it!

Alecia | Thu, 04/02/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

Huh?

We were going to bake something at my house? I am lost, fill me in! Actually I have been wanting to bo some bakingg with you, but I keep seeing a cloud of flour enveloping our kitchen! lol
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"It's King Edmund, actually. Just King though. Peter's the High King. I know, it's confusing."--Edmund Pevensie

Ariel | Fri, 04/03/2009

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Remember, when we went to

Remember, when we went to your house for the sunday school thing ding???? We had considered baking, but Brit, and Aimmee reufsed to bake a thing, and instead we shot each other those very joyful nerf guns. Fun times.
Oh, and you mustn't forget the lovely chicken soup we made.....ha ha ha....but that wasn't baking.
Sometime in the near future we will bake something, set the kitchen on fire, and luagh heartily.

You're hearing from me once more. Deal with it!

Alecia | Fri, 04/03/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

Ah yes!

The Sunday school "thing ding" as you so eloquently put it. Hehe, chicken soup! Ahh, the good old days;)
--Old Fashioned Girl (Who forgot to hit "sign in" AGAIN!)

Anonymous | Fri, 04/03/2009

Wonderful times. Sending

Wonderful times. Sending little children over to get rolls. Before one of the little children broke their little leg, that is. And then watching the Chrsitmas catntata.....Fun, fun, fun...

You're hearing from me once more. Deal with it!

Alecia | Fri, 04/03/2009

It awoke with a shrill shreak that can be trnaslated "How dare you leave me in this bed, when I am asleep and helpless?" My sister

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