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Posted: 7/25/2013 4:27:56 PM EDT
Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.

I opened the stove and....

a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.

Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.
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Link Posted: 7/25/2013 4:33:41 PM EDT
Joys of parenthood.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 4:36:51 PM EDT
What is a BLUE crayon?
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 4:37:20 PM EDT
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Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.

I opened the stove and....

a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.

Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.
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You'll have even better stories once they start wrecking cars.  
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Kids being kids. Think of it as, "Building Memories".
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Nope yellow which ironically is both my kids favorite and there selling each other out
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 4:39:30 PM EDT
Now that my kids are grown and gone I have no one to blame for the silly things that happen.
Enjoy every memory!
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Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.

I opened the stove and....

a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.

Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.



You'll have even better stories once they start wrecking cars.  


Already told the wife shes teaching daughter when its time. Shes been running into stuff in plain sight like the wall door frame entertainment center so yeah....
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Will do. when they leave ill have to figure out who to blame the mess on, guess ill have to get a dog
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 4:40:43 PM EDT
The thread is hard to follow.
Please stop.
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Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.

I opened the stove and....

a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.

Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.



You'll have even better stories once they start wrecking cars.  

My oldest totaled two and the youngest got one. Memories.
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WHILE REPLACING A WATER HEATER, WE SET IT DOWN FOR A SECOND TO OPEN THE CELLAR DOOR. WE INSTALL THE WATER HEATER, AND THE WATER RUNS FOR A SECOND THEN STOPS. HIS KID STUCK A MARBLE IN THE OUT PIPE, DURING THE SECOND WE SET IT DOWN TO OPEN THE DOOR. THE MARBLE WOULD PUSH ITSELF INTO THE END OF THE FIRST ELBOW AND STOP THE FLOW.  IT TOOK A HALF HOUR TO FIGURE OUT WHAT HAPPENED.
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I don't feel so bad then glad I figured it out but my lord a crayon stinks terrible still lingering and its nearly 45- an hour ago
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Did you yell at them?
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Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.



I opened the stove and....



a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.



Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.


You'll have even better stories once they start wrecking cars.  


Already told the wife shes teaching daughter when its time. Shes been running into stuff in plain sight like the wall door frame entertainment center so yeah....


At least this is a cheap problem to have.



My brother drove a Tahoe through the house when he was 16.







 
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Did you yell at them?


WHAT?
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Well I was gonna bake some chicken today. We have a gas range. It started smoking. Last time it smoke I spilled some chicken grease. This started to smoke heavy and smell. Turned off the stove put a fan in the window range fan going and another fan on the ground level.

I opened the stove and....

a crayon. One of my kids put a crayon in the stove. And this the main reason why I keep them out. This time I fucked up.

Boy this is one of worst smell I have had and I lived near a pig farm and a mink farm.

You'll have even better stories once they start wrecking cars.  

Already told the wife shes teaching daughter when its time. Shes been running into stuff in plain sight like the wall door frame entertainment center so yeah....

At least this is a cheap problem to have.

My brother drove a Tahoe through the house when he was 16.


 


I almost did that (except with a Ram 1500) when I was learning. Gramps would've shot me on the spot if I went and did that
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 5:06:39 PM EDT
I work with a guy who used to hide a 9mm Ruger in his oven. Well you know what happened. Baked Ruger is not a pretty sight.
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Did he wear a Tinfoil hat too?
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Link Posted: 7/25/2013 5:10:20 PM EDT
Maybe the kid ran out of Burnt Sienna and was trying to make more?
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Nope yellow which ironically is both my kids favorite and there selling each other out
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Nope yellow which ironically is both my kids favorite and there selling each other out


Dang, I almost would have bet it was a purple one and your kid was named Harold  (FYI I loved that book)
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 5:45:19 PM EDT
No, but I think he is trying to be.He's a fairly new shooter. After that incident  he bought a safe and an ak.Can somebody tell me how to incorporate another post into mine? I'm not very computer literate.
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Link Posted: 7/25/2013 5:57:06 PM EDT
Kid has nothing on me I put play-doh or some clay in a old lamp that emmited a lot of heat when I was a kid, that sucker started smoking fast. Parents ran over started scooping the clay out and threw it into a trash can and poured bottled water on it. The lamp was forever green.

Worst I ever did was put some garlic bread in the microwave when I was a kid, the box said don't but I thought "what the hell, I want bread with my spaghetti"
Popped it for about 5 minutes. Noticed some smoke coming from the microwave opened it, a bunch of smoke came billowing out. Damn thing didn't even defrost. Parents came home and the whole house stunk like burned garlic bread. I stunk like it, in my hair, clothes, furniture, everywhere.  Sprayed some glade on myself to make myself smell better.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 6:04:52 PM EDT
Pinks and migs, now that's diversity???
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So you found it in the oven? The stove is the top part. If you are talking the whole unit it called a range.

try using the oven lock if it still has an external one that should slow them down.

Link Posted: 7/25/2013 6:31:18 PM EDT
How about fill the gas tank of your atv with dirt?  Six kids, all of them wrecked a car and four motorcycles and two four wheelers.  Its the stuff memories are made of.
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 6:33:16 PM EDT
This and stories of guns going off in the oven is why I check our oven every time before I turn it on..
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Thanks Kayamana.
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Because of this I have to check the oven now thought it was bad with the lil bit of grease I had at the bottom way worse
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 6:48:53 PM EDT
A mink farm?!?
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 6:56:48 PM EDT
Your children.

You don't beat them enough.
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Worst smells until today
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Well if its any excuse I do live in a liberal state
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:09:56 PM EDT
Error reading graham cracker in Drive a:     Delete kids? Y/N
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 7:12:52 PM EDT
I melted an R/C truck (with the remote) in ours once.  I'll see if I can dig up the picture.

Just a few days earlier I took a picture of an assortment of toys that I happened to see in the oven when I was at just the right angle and said, "THIS is why I always check the oven before I turn it on."  
Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:33:51 PM EDT
My son microwaved a toy car that had a button on top you pushed to give it spring tension to make it roll. Melted the tires flat. He sad his car was shooting lightening.

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Link Posted: 7/25/2013 8:49:30 PM EDT
Best Oven-related story I read was in an old gunsmithing book I have, one of the Brownell's Gunsmith "kinks" books ...

A dude buys a Beretta 92, comes home, wifey freaks out, and dutifully "hides' the gun (unloaded, apparently), plastic case and all, in the oven (I know, stupid as hell) to "protect the children."  Later that day, oven is fired up, smoke signals are emanating.. and the gun is encased, inside and out, in plastic.

The interesting bit was the cure this fellow's gunsmith "cooked up"; he put the gun, case and all, in a pot of cooking oil, heated it up until the plastic started melting, and skimmed off the plastic as it floated up... didn't even hurt the composite grips.  Apparently the gun came out super clean after that treatment.
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