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.... [R]3 months, 1 week agoGratefuLSD posted submission on KitchenConfidential.
Jan. 11, 2020
'Brexit Box': Hundreds stock up over food supply fears. So-called Brexit survival kits costing almost £300 are being sold ahead of the UK leaving the EU. The packs include enough freeze-dried food to last 30 days, a water filter and fire starting gel. [R]1 year, 3 months agoalexmbrennan posted submission on ukpolitics.
Jan. 14, 2019
$.39 in my bank account, but a six pack in the fridge. Cheers to a great Friday night! [R]1 year, 8 months agoNone posted submission on drunk.
Aug. 10, 2018
My friend’s kid did this to their pantry [R]1 year, 10 months agomithikx posted submission on funny.
June 23, 2018
June 24, 2018
I would so add gag items that come canned with paper labels like "Canned Critters" which are really just canned stuffed animals.
But I think I'd go for the pet food over some things, I'm particularly not fond of the taste of canned smoked oysters. If someone added that in, I'd reprise with a canned cheeseburger or canned whole chicken.
"it says a lot when i ask you for money and you don't give it to me" [R]1 year, 10 months agoJune 8, 2018
June 8, 2018
Or even worse, chicken in a can...
Woman claims 'possessed' salad dressing caused £2,000 worth of damage to home (xpost r/Hatewhenthathappens) [R]3 years, 3 months agoRobotman1974 posted submission on offbeat.
Dec. 31, 2016
Got Canned bacon? [R]3 years, 4 months agoalexdb88 posted submission on ottawa.
Dec. 6, 2016
Hello everyone. As the title says im looking for canned bacon. Ive been to the states seen it in 6 out of 10 stores. Boy was it delicious. I come back home cant find it anywhere. Anyways know of a store that might carry it?
The vent in my hotel shower doesn't seem to be working [R]3 years, 7 months agoSept. 21, 2016
Sept. 21, 2016
And this: https://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Sue-Chicken-without-Giblets/dp/B00E3AYVA8/ref=pdsbs468_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=QXZ9D2CF2GWXR3XF7VYD
How is that any good?
How do you bring meat camping? [R]4 years agoPokiarchy posted submission on camping.
April 14, 2016
I'm going on a camping trip this weekend and don't have access to a cooler, but I'd like to try making some tin-foil meals which include various meats. Is there any possible way to bring meat though, since its perishable?
On a related note, what meats can be left at room temperature for a day or two and be fine? I believe bacon and hot dogs can, but what else?
April 14, 2016
The only job I've ever ragequit [R]5 years, 6 months agozenazure posted submission on talesfromtechsupport.
Oct. 12, 2014
Part talesfromtechsupport, part bossfromhell.
I worked as the only IT person for a smallish (20 classroom) school. We'd gone through several directors, but the third one was an absolute nightmare. She had been an engineer previously, and had absolutely zero people skills, zero management skills, and the worst voice ever. The rest of the staff called her 'Skeletor' behind her back, because that's what she resembled.
One day, she decides to tell me that she'll be moving her desk to the other side of her office. There's power, but no ethernet and no phone jacks anywhere nearby. I tell her I'm going to need more than 3 hours notice (it was already late afternoon at this point) and of course her response is "I need my phone and computer up and running at 7am. I can't be without a phone."
I offer to run cables across the room, under one of those cable-hider rubber-bumps, as a temporary solution until I can get some cabling run to that side of the room, and new wall jacks installed, but she's not having any of it. She points to an ancient RJ-11 wallport and says "just use that".
Of course, I can't use that jack. It's not connected to anything, as far as I know - I didn't set up the phone system, and the cabler that originally wired up the building for us left me a giant rat's nest of un-terminated un-labeled cables in the basement. To top it off, the building is 150+ years old, and toning cables has about a 5% success rate due to interference.
So at this point, I'm pretty much boned. I can't turn the phone jack live, I can't tone it out, and she won't let me run cables across the room even temporarily. I tell her I'll work on it and go down to my office to mainline more coffee and figure out what to do.
Now, I've got one of those friends who knows everything and does everything. He's a tech/auto/electrical savant, owns every tool that can be purchased commercially, and knows how to use them all. I figure this is the time to call in a favor (or really, ring up another favor I owe him). He agrees to stop by later that night.
Sure enough, tech_savant friend brings some $4,000 piece of equipment in, figures out what the hell is wrong with the phone line on the other side of the office, reconfigures the phone system to adjust everything, and even runs some cat5e into a new wall plate. Takes him about 3 hours, and we waltz out of there around midnight.
I walk in the next morning and head straight for Skeletor's office to see if she is thoroughly impressed that everything is working the way she wanted.
"Oh, it's fantastic, how did you ever get it done in such a short amount of time?"
I tell her, I called in a favor, she was incredibly luckily that a friend in the industry was willing to give us a hand for free, and that it took him 3 hours and $4,000 worth of equipment to resolve her issue.
Her response? Not thank you. Not tell your friend we appreciate it.
"I'm going to have to write you up. We can't have anyone in the building that hasn't passed a background check first."
Note: background checks are for interaction with students. I'm pretty sure there's no students, or anyone for that matter, in this building at 9pm.
I gave them my resignation letter a few months later.
Oct. 14, 2014
not the kind I'm used to seeing, but i guess if your lazy and would rather have it shipped then there ya go.
the ones i've seen are all store brand or a not so well known label. and the cans have been a tad more shallow, and wide.
now that i think of it it could be cheaper to just buy a big can of coffee. the coffee in those cans is generally not worth making anyway.