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Whippy

Microwave Magic!

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I dunno if this is commonly known..but here goes..

Ever have really crusty dishes that you or your roomate haven't washed in days?
If it's microwavable, squirt some dish soap on it, fill it with a bit of water, and pop it in the microwave for a minute or two.

Now watch whatever it is slide off like butter when you scrub it with a sponge ^_^
 I've used this trick with a glass container used to bake meatloaf in. The black stuff came off like nobody's business :P Used it with cereal bowls with glued on flakes,  plates with impossible to scrub off junk and others. For my metal forks and stuff, I threw them into a pot of soapy water and put it on the stove for a while.  It's amazing what a lil heat can do.
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Added: 6 years, 11 months ago
 
RufusTheRat
6 years, 11 months ago
As a poor, home-economics inept colleged aged male, I thank you good sir! =)

*salutes a bunny* :B
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
^.^ You're very welcome! Hehe, happy dishwashing!
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
Thanks for the info dude...tho i never have that problem...im like a 50s housewife...always cleaning and keeping the house nice and neat so dishes never get like that
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Haha! Whatever works best for your living situation I always say! Is the potroast ready yet? XD
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
Not yet...has another hour to go XD
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
*giggles*
Gosh... *imagines a mouse in an apron bending over a stove*
ahh..today's been a yiffy day ^/////^
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
*raises tail and wiggles butt while i bend over to take roast outta oven*
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
*hops up against the sexy mouse and starts yiffing him like crazy*
^/////^ rrrrr..no fair taking advantage of rabbits...ummff!!...like dat...ummff!!
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
*squeaks in mock surprise as my potleaf wings quiver in excitement...then i wrap my tail round your back and pull you deeper into me*
Who's taking advantage of who?
I just bent over to take a roast outta the oven and suddenly there is a rabbit up my butt XD
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
*murrs hotly, pounding his bunnyhood into your soft bottom, snugging his paws around you as he started to feel all relaxed from the scent of your wings*
advantage..? *he giggled*...mmm..the advantage is having a nice mouse's tailhole wrapping around my cockie! *he giggles even more for no apparent reason* The roast smells delicous.. ^///^
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
Got an otter boyfriend who takes advantage of that quite often...mice are tight and stretchy...we can take any size one day and by the next day be just as tight.
*gently inserts my tail into your tailhole and tickles your prostate...then starts rocking back against you in synch with each of your thrusts*
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Cute! I bet you guys have a lotta fun then ^^

*squirms and squeaks as the mouse's tail wiggles up inside him, making the rabbit pant and drool as he pounded your heavenly tight bottom even harder, cumming hard after a few mintues of this. His hot lapine cum flooding your mousey bottom completely. The rabbit continued to buck against you as his juices ran down your legs and made a gooey puddle on the floor*
Hippiemouse
6 years, 11 months ago
*Drools and squeaks in pleasure upon feeling the warmth of the rabbit cum gushing deep inside me*

Oh we doo...and sorry bout the late response...life has been crazy.

*notices all the cum on the linoleum floor and gets down on hands and knees with my tail still in the air and proceeds to lick up all the cum from the floor.....then notices you looking at me kinda funny and blushes while saying*
What can i say.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0kJHQpvgB8
JeffyCottonbun
6 years, 11 months ago
nice piece of advice! thanks looq ^^
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
*snugs* No problem
MrSOCKS
6 years, 11 months ago
Heat + moisture + soap  = clean that shit!
"Watch out! I'm going to try... SCIENCE!"
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
LOL!!!
That's pretty much how I thought of it!
Cleaning is never dull when you can use the microwave!
^__^
MrSOCKS
6 years, 11 months ago
One more Bachelor's Survival Tip:
Is that doggy-box/leftover food, while entirely still safely edible, a bit dry and/or crusty or otherwise unflavorful? Put it in the microwave with a small mircowave-safe cup of water and run. The steam will freshen that dish right up.
mousehwolf
6 years, 11 months ago
:O

You are teh awesomest!
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
*grins and snugs ya*
^.^ May your dirty dishes be vanquished and peace restored to the valley!
ChubbyButterballs
6 years, 11 months ago
This is actually quite helpful for me!  Thanks dude!
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
^.^
No prob! I felt like sharing this as it's been helping me a lot lately. And I'm a very lazy dish washer atm!! *blushes*

Oh btw, nice avatar. Which Sonic eps is that one from? :)
ChubbyButterballs
6 years, 11 months ago
I'm not sure I remember which episode, really (though I know I've seen it before, many years ago).  I came across it on some Youtube poop-thing.  I just love how chubby Tails looks here.

BTW, I tried this trick, and yup...it works!  Now maybe I'll get off my big fat butt, and do a little more cleaning.  maybe....  
makogrey
6 years, 11 months ago
thanks for the advice
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
  You's welcome!
^^ Haha..nice icon! Very Dr.Jeckel!
makogrey
6 years, 11 months ago
thanks that was the idea behind it
CLCoon
6 years, 11 months ago
amazing I might just want to try this! =3
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Tee hee!! Nothing like heat to speed up a chemical reaction!
CLCoon
6 years, 11 months ago
indeed. <3
Sakkano
6 years, 11 months ago
Oh dear... that might be okay for microwave safe stuff, but if you put melamine tableware into a microwave... the guck will become embedded in a lump of melty plastic.
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Oh snap 0_0
I generally try never to microwave anything plastic just out of caution. Maybe I should add a note about that....
Sakkano
6 years, 11 months ago
Well, more recent plastic kitchen stuffs have icons on the underside, much like how clothing has care tags. *roots though a microwave cookbook*

AH! Here we go..

Testing for Microwave Safety: To determine the suitability of a piece of cookware, pout cold water inot a 1 cup glass measure and place it in the microwave alongside the disk or utensil to be tested. Heat on High (100% power) for 1 minute. The water should be warm, this dish or utensil should be cool. If the dish is warm, don't use it in the microwave - it may overheat and break.

Kenneally, Joyce A. The Goodhousekeeping Illustrated Microwave Cookbook. pg14 New York: Hearst Books 1990. Print.

But to save you the heartache and expense of microwave experiments gone awry: https://www.youtube.com/show?p=NiUrA4YTwDI&tracker=...
FoxWolfie
6 years, 11 months ago
Cleaning one's own messes is one of the most basic things a person would need to do to live with me.  If someone I lived with was leaving dishes too crusty to easily wash, I'd have no problem leaving them without a place to live!  Exceptions are made for special circumstances, like if a roommate just got out of a hospital or something, I'd clean their dishes or even make their food for them.  My previous roommates are gone partly because they'd explode food in my microwave, spill stuff in the refrigerator, and make other messes, then decide to not clean them up while it was still fresh and relatively easy to do.  I absolutely hated opening the microwave to cook something, only to discover petrified food boogers dangling from the top like crusty stalactites.  I'd actually make them come downstairs and clean it before I could cook my food..  The sad thing is they never learned, so they no longer live here.  They did the same thing to dishes too.  It's been eight months since they've been gone, and there has not been a single crusty dish nor microwave incident since then. So, even though your soap idea sounds good, trading in a problem roommate for someone who has a basic level of respect for who they live with can be even better.  I can certainly tell people horror stories about various past roommates, most of which involve the kitchen area.
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Wow...damn that sounds rude!!  Atm, I just have to put up with myself lol, so I turn into a bit of a slob at times. I clean up my messes usually though. But I've lived with others before and know that sinking feeling upon seeing 5 or 6 new pots or pans in the dish drain, used to cook god knows what.

Now you got me all curious about your horror stories XD
FoxWolfie
6 years, 11 months ago
Some things are pretty gross.  One of them vomited on the floor, then decided to hide it by throwing plushies and clothing on top of it.  Doing so put it out of site, and even did a fairly good job of hiding the smell - until I happened to be the unlucky one who moved something and exposed three-month old dried puke in their room!  Normally I never went into their room, since I respect people's privacy, but I was having new windows installed and had to make sure there was a clear path for the installers. I'd asked the roommates several times before that to move their clutter off to one side or another, so we could get to the window, but they never did.  The worst part is the puke grew moldy and rotted the clothing that was in direct contact with it. I'm talking about a pair of denim jeans falling into two pieces when I picked them up. Perhaps it was due partly to the stomach acids in the puke. It also rotted the carpet.  They ended up causing more grief and damage than their rent was worth.  One of them would sit up there drinking wine and sometimes vodka, nearly all day, while playing his XBox. No amount of suggestion would get either of them to clean, even a little.  After they moved, I realized just how bad they made things in their room.

One thing is certain - I'll never rent to someone who is so addicted to gaming that they can't function in real life ever again.  And, even though light drinking never bothered me before, I am hesitant to rent to someone who drinks now.  I've seen the extremes and the total lack of responsibility, and would never choose to go through that again.

I also found a poo-smeared purple dildo in a pizza box!  They used it and never cleaned it off.  I laughed when I saw it, because it was all rippled with veins, but I just closed the lid and tossed the entire box in the trash. Oh, and I found something like 45 fifth size wine and vodka bottles stashed behind the door, all filled with murky cloudy pee. I imagine some were several years old, since the metal caps on the bottles were very rusted.  I normally recycle glass, but in this case, they all went in the trash as is. I wasn't about to open and dump them!.  Some looked like they had pieces of meat or something floating in them.  A friend that was helping me to clean the room nearly puked a few times as we made each discovery.  The sad thing is that I know many furries that are far worse!
Tweaker
6 years, 11 months ago
Dear lord, all of that sounds awful. I'm glad the worst I have to deal with are cluttered tables and dirty dishes.
FoxWolfie
6 years, 11 months ago
Cluttered tables is infinitely preferable to dealing with people who can never hit the toilet bowl when they pee, and a few times when they've pooped as well.  I've had pets that were more well trained as they'd at least go in the same place each time!
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
Oh My God.....that is.....extremely fucking gross 9__9 (and this is coming from somebody who draws scat lol!)
Urine and waste actually contains hydrogen sulfide, which can becomes really poisionous at high enough levels. I had to pee in a bottle once because it got below 30 degrees and I didn't wanna walk through that just to use the bathroom. After a day and a half I could open the lid anymore because the smell nearly made me pass out.

Hiding vomit....fucking christ >__< ...how many brain cells did this roomate have left? Argh...that is...way beyond tollerable. I can't stand most ppl that drink either (I rarely ever drink myself). Man...I dunno how you tollerated those guys...
FoxWolfie
6 years, 11 months ago
" (and this is coming from somebody who draws scat lol!)


I was having a similar thought, except that my words are coming from someone who like watersports and hyper-cum-messy plushies.  It actually takes a lot for people to bother me, but some people manage to achieve it. Personally, I love the scent of pee, even if it is strong, but the stuff I found in their room was contaminated with rotted food and who knows what else.  It definitely was not a good smell, and I wasn't about to open bottles that looked totally filthy. Even though I love pee scent, I am somewhat sterile about how it is handled.

It wasn't hard to tolerate the drinking, since it was always done upstairs, in the privacy of their room.  I honestly didn't realize what it was causing them to do.  I can say for certain that it has all but totally destroyed whatever brain cells they once had.  They have absolutely no concept of cause and effect, or of consequences for their actions.

I don't mind drinking, if someone is mature enough to not get drunk and act like as asshole. Unfortunately, many people who drink simply don't have an OFF switch. They will drink either until they pass out, or they run out of money for more.  They are usually the same people who claim that they are not addicted and are not alcoholic. They can't put it aside for even a day or two though.
Prime
6 years, 11 months ago
As someone who will only do dishes when every container of food has be exhasted, I will keep this in mind.
averageschmoe
6 years, 11 months ago
actually, looq, when i don't feel like shopping (which is, most of the time) i usually just scrape whatever's left on the plates/silverware (after excavating them from various piles of random stuff) into an old mixing bowl, drown the concoction in ketchup (for some reason, however empty the fridge may be, there's always a full bottle of ketchup in the back) and heat it up. if i lived with a guy who messed with my system by cleaning stuff, he'd be sailing out the window head first.
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
lol...that sounds horrible...ketchup? Are you eating that or using it to clean with? haha ^////^
averageschmoe
6 years, 11 months ago
both, actually. whatever you put ketchup on (regardless of what that something is) it will always just taste like ketchup. now when the ketchup itself has gone bad...whew, then you're really in trouble.
Whippy
6 years, 11 months ago
lol...uhmm...yeah!
but putting ketchup on leftovers like that...eh...just sounds really gross to me ^/////^
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