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Old Jun 29th 2006, 6:20 pm
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Default Re: The results are in

Originally Posted by Rich_007
Nice, your asshat fits well then.

The lack of beaver innuendo must be killing you

Rich.
You appear to be hijacking the thread in order to throw minor insults at me. Tut, Tut.

I don't really suit hats so you can have it back, it always looked better on you anyway.
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Old Jun 29th 2006, 9:45 pm
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Originally Posted by Bleech
It was fricking hot, about 35 degrees, but not hot enough to fry an egg.
Maybe I should try it inside the truck tomorrow?
I think the mistake was to use a frying pan: it's going to be cold, and have to heat up by conduction, which probably won't be too much (depending on the specific heat capacity of the substance under the pan).

The best trick would be to find a vehicle with black paint parked in the sunshine and crack an egg on the hood. But if the vehicle has dark windows, shiny metal wheels and "Lincoln Navigator" written on the side you need to watch out for owners with Uzis..

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Old Jun 30th 2006, 4:54 am
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Originally Posted by kt0157
I think the mistake was to use a frying pan: it's going to be cold, and have to heat up by conduction, which probably won't be too much (depending on the specific heat capacity of the substance under the pan).

The best trick would be to find a vehicle with black paint parked in the sunshine and crack an egg on the hood. But if the vehicle has dark windows, shiny metal wheels and "Lincoln Navigator" written on the side you need to watch out for owners with Uzis..

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lol!

I agree though.... pan the pan! I was going to do it today but it wasn't a scorcher... I've got my location, eggs and camera ready tough!
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Old Jun 30th 2006, 9:26 am
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Originally Posted by Bleech
One of the neighbours came round and asked what I was doing, I embarrassingly said that it was the kids doing an experiment
I put the pics on shutterfly, Not sure why you can't see them though
Excellent idea blaming the kids. I'll have to remember that one. Bet you're glad you took them with you now.
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