"I prefer a sane world where you are rewarded by providing people with something they want. Not arbitrarily rewarded in a status game that reminds me of chimpanzees." - nazgulnarsil
Here I am with my empire
Iíll bring you to your knees
Ebb and flow with my desire
Cause its all that youíve been taught to be
um.. cooking... your doing it wrong... i'll post how to cook hot dogs in my culinary thread. Just for you, dear.
DON'T PUT THAT IN YOUR MOUTH! IT WAS MADE IN CHINA!!!- Alora Owens: Age 6
as soon as I was about to post I got raped... -Kirby: Age... whatever
thats a sexy lunch
Yall are wimps, I have eaten hotdogs that fell in the fire with ashes all over them. A quick rinse in water and, you have your self a fine hot dog.
Are you saying that burnt tree wood is different then burn food disbres? Becuase at a molecular level they are exactly the same.
PA hotdogs oh yes
The debris on that stove, floor and surrounding area (like the front of the cabinet there) are not burnt. They are breeding grounds for DEATH SLIME. and other horrible bacterium.
ITS A CESSPIT
(okay I might be being a little bit over dramatic but seriously dude you need some 409 or something, srsly SRSLY)
Neither is the WOODS surronding a fire pit. Most bacteria is harmless anyway, even the common cold does NOTHING to you, infact any thing you fell from it is your stupid body's reaction.
this kitchen has gonorrhea drenched all over it
Keke if I dropped my hotdog in the mud, I would eat it. But thats besides the point, you said that the stove was contaminated by outside bacteria, so is a fire.
a fire is different from a powered heat-source.
heat-sources make molecules move faster in objects.
bacteria can survive heat, but not being engulfed by flames. (or just boil the hot dog)
My hotdog just landed on ashes, no engulfing happened.
ashes are not an active fire T.T
What? Ashes are the hotest part of the fire, it doesn't matter if its active, the things are hot.