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Education Yoghurt advice

Discussion in 'General' started by Porkins' Wingman, 26 Oct 2011.

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  1. Da_Rude_Baboon

    Da_Rude_Baboon What the?

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    I dread to think what your going to do when you get there. :hehe:
     
  2. Showerhead

    Showerhead What's a Dremel?

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    What flavour was this youghurt chocolate can be rather hard to clean.

    Or am i missing something here?:confused:
     
  3. TheKrumpet

    TheKrumpet Once more, into the breach!

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    Well, I'd say you didn't have a grasp of the situation. Whether you're missing anything or not is another issue :lol:
     
  4. Porkins' Wingman

    Porkins' Wingman Can't touch this

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    I know - cleaning up our yoghurt is traditionally the woman's role and I too fear that we men are becoming too domesticated, but as she's a bit less mobile at the moment I'm doing what I can to help around the house. Your cheers are most welcome though.

    Hearty congratulations to you, and if your wife wife honestly never lost her appetite for yoghurt during all three pregnancies, then good for her... and your children of course :naughty:

    The smell of cleaning products puts me right off yoghurt and the like so no danger there.

    No, on this occasion it was natural yoghurt.
     
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  5. daverobson08

    daverobson08 What's a Dremel?

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    Good luck with the yoghurt removal process, perhaps a brief worklog would be helpful? I have a friend who has the same issue when enjoying yoghurt and I think my showing it to him could be of benefit.

    P.S. If you do choose to go down the documentation process, I for one would suggest submitting any included images to a moderator for approval.
     
  6. Modsbywoz

    Modsbywoz Multimodder

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    Don't forget to use protection!




    Those cleaning products can be hazardous.
     
  7. TheKrumpet

    TheKrumpet Once more, into the breach!

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    No silly, yoghurt goes in the fridge!
     
  8. Journeyer

    Journeyer Minimodder

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    Considering his yoghurt eating habits, and the resulting messes thereof, I think he should keep his yoghurt well away from the fridge. Although I am told that yoghurt keeps best if stored in a somewhat chilled environment. Maybe a pantry?
     
  9. BentAnat

    BentAnat Software Dev

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    Yeah... It's apparently realyl bad if Yoghurt becomes too warm.. all the little bacteria and helpers in it die, leaving the Yoghurt completely insatiating...
     
  10. mvagusta

    mvagusta Did a skid that went for two weeks.

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    I don't think I'm going to be able to eat yoghurt for a while - and I mean yoghurt, not "yoghurt" :lol:
     
  11. andreinuk

    andreinuk Minimodder

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    As you seem unable to control the release force of the yoghurt I would suggest that you take precautions in future.

    I know that they have been around for some time but I'm sure there is a company beginning with D that make yoghurt collection devices that will withstand the full force of the yoghurt release and have a very low failure rate.

    I know you may think it is only for the rich as this is the "Posh" way but it may certainly be cheaper than all the cleaning solutions that you may have to buy due to future spillage!
     
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  12. TheKrumpet

    TheKrumpet Once more, into the breach!

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    I can attest to the yoghurt-spill-prevention product outlined above. It has helped me keep my bedroom clean during times of yoghurt eating.
     
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  13. BentAnat

    BentAnat Software Dev

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    Is it concerning to anyone else that (almost) everyone knows what's being talked about and still refers to "Yoghurt Eating"?
     
  14. TheKrumpet

    TheKrumpet Once more, into the breach!

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    Well, in this context, what would you call it? Yoghurt cannoning? Super-happy-fun-fun-yoghurt hour? :lol:
     
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  15. Carrie

    Carrie Multimodder

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    Should you feel ^^^ would ... erm ... hamper your activities, and you possess skills in physics, mathematics and sport, try applying said product from D company to below and ... erm ... fire away!

    Note: back panel included in the event of over-shooting ;)

    [​IMG]
     
  16. Teelzebub

    Teelzebub Up yours GOD,Whats best served cold

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    :duh: Everyone knows what Yoghurt is dont they ?? :worried:
     
  17. SuicideNeil

    SuicideNeil What's a Dremel?

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    Alternative story:

    'Salad cream' dripped out of your 'sandwich' when you were 'eating' at your PC...
     
  18. B1GBUD

    B1GBUD ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Accidentally Funny

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    Even if I had bloodied fingers and shards of glass in my eyes, I will try my damnedest!!
     
  19. Bogomip

    Bogomip ... Yo Momma

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    So you will be just fine eating "yoghurt" then? ;)
     
  20. Ola.l

    Ola.l What's a Dremel?

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    I actually ate some yoghurt on my red sofa.
    All it takes is water and very mild soap to get rid of it. So get on your knees and start stroking that sofa (softly) should take a while but before you know it. It's gone.
     
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