Sure, that melty goodness looks a little tasty, but we wouldn’t recommend eating any of it. It’s not cheese, it’s not frosting, and it’s not even food – it is, in fact, plastic. A chopping board isn’t the kind of thing you should ever be cooking, even if they are safe to cook, which is rare.
A plastic one is the worst choice since, as we can now see, they melt when heated in the oven. This creates quite a bit of unfortunate effects, like having to clean melted plastic from multiple surfaces of your oven. Get ready to learn about the wonderful world of oven cleaners. It also stinks, and it might just release some nasty fumes, too.
Could It Be Any Clearer?
It’s fun to see the behind-the-scenes of a job like a court reporter, even if it means that somebody is making a fool of themselves. In this case, we see that someone has asked someone to respond verbally to yes or no questions during court proceedings. The person responded with a nod, much to the eye rolls of the person that asked the question, the court reporter, and likely everyone else present.
The person (defendant, witness, juror, we’re not sure) was asked again, and it was made clear that he or she understood. We find it a little interesting that a court reporter would use what appears to be some form of Word, but we guess there’s nothing wrong with it.
Not for Your Body
If you saw this package in the home, what would you assume was waiting inside? If you thought of body wipes for the bathroom or to keep kids clean, you’d be wrong, even though it’s a perfectly natural assumption. In fact, these are for surfaces like countertops, walls, tables, and other places.
They kill cold and flu viruses, which means they probably have some abrasive and powerful chemicals – which you also don’t want to get on your body. The construction of this packaging isn’t the worst, but it could definitely cause some confusion and even a little bit of pain if you use it in the wrong places. Kirkland needs to pay a little more attention to how they make their packaging.
Saving Some for Later
Everybody’s eyes are on the prices of gas these days. We’re thrilled when it drops a few pennies and aggravated when it climbs the same amount. We’re sure that plenty of people have wondered about filling up when the price is low and getting a little extra for later, but it usually doesn’t work out that well.
You see, gasoline only actually lasts – as in, can be used to fuel a vehicle – for about six months. After that, it can’t be used anymore. So while this guy might think that he’s being clever by filling up a couple of trash cans with fuel, he’s more likely just going to be making a mess as it sloshes out into the bed of his truck.
Trying to Protect Her Phone
Most of us have some kind of protector on our phones these days since they can shatter into a million pieces from one wrong move. Some just have the tough cases around them, while some also spring for a screen protector to give themselves even more defense. This woman, as far as we can tell, mistook the plastic that covers her screen protector as the actual screen protector.
While it seems as if this has helped to protect the screen, it’s also made it really hard to actually see what’s going on whenever she wants to check her apps. This has probably sent a shiver down the spine of anybody who likes a nice, fresh phone, but it’s simple enough to fix.