Trust Issues by Tucko29 in WTF

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morg table.

morgue table.*

Context matters by 2outof10dickjoke in memes

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If you've ever worked outside in a hot climate, you'd know that cold showers are like a crisp refreshing waterfall that doesn't steam up your bathroom.

Hot bathes are therapeutical.

There are certain times for each or their opposite.

Context matters by 2outof10dickjoke in memes

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It takes forever to cook a baked potato. Sometimes, I'll put one in the oven even if I don't want one, cuz by the time it's done, who knows?

This tabasco tray on our pizza by Theowlhoothoot in mildlyinteresting

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I did this to myself on accident whilst trying to open one with my teeth.

About 25 years ago or so, we were sitting at the dinner table, and I think I was the only one still sitting. I grabbed the bottled and tried to open it; didn't happen. Used my teeth, and the wrapper peeled off along with the cap, squirting Tabasco into my eyes.

I immediately ran into my parents bathroom (closest sink I could reach) and filled up the basin, stuck my face underwater, opened my eyes and looked around.

It was immediate relief and I was very impressed with my 10-year-old self. No one knew about it, or even saw what happened.

Crushing candles with Hydraulic Press by SlamJamWarrior in gifs

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The flavor of the candle is usually printed right on the label!

To all Reddit travelers, what is your creepiest hotel story? by Dr-Absurd in AskReddit

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I actually just taught this trick to my co-worker a few days ago.

We were working out of town this week, and Tuesday morning he realized his PSP and 20+ games and movies were stolen out of his luggage.

He ended up just throwing chairs in front of the door before he left for work each morning.

The rooms didn't have safes, so it's one way to lock out the housekeeping.

To all Reddit travelers, what is your creepiest hotel story? by Dr-Absurd in AskReddit

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You can use a rubber-band to latch it automatically when you leave.