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    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: Have you ever fallen asleep while waiting for something to cook?

    On Sep 25, 1:04*am, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:


    > Have you ever fallen asleep while waiting for something to cook?



    Yes, I have. It's better than dying while waiting for something
    to cook. I'm sure that happens to people on occasion. Sometimes when
    a dead body is found in an apartment it's because of "the smell".
    People always say they wouldn't have suspected anything was wrong had
    it not been for the smell. But in this case they don't smell the body
    first. No, first they smell the burning food and think, 'Man, whoever
    lives in that apartment doesn't know how to cook." Then a few hours
    later they smell the burning pot. Finally the stove itself catches on
    fire and smoke pours out into the hallways causing the fire department
    to be alerted. When the tv news people get there, everyone is milling
    around saying "Man, if it weren't for the smell, we never would have
    known there was a dead body in there." Everyone watching on tv is
    perked up by the news until diappointment sets in when they learn the
    neighbors meant the smell of smoke, not the smell of a rotting body.
    What a let down.

    TJ

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    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: Have you ever fallen asleep while waiting for something to cook?

    "Tommy Joe" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    On Sep 25, 1:04 am, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:


    > Have you ever fallen asleep while waiting for something to cook?



    Yes, I have. It's better than dying while waiting for something
    to cook. I'm sure that happens to people on occasion. Sometimes when
    a dead body is found in an apartment it's because of "the smell".
    People always say they wouldn't have suspected anything was wrong had
    it not been for the smell. But in this case they don't smell the body
    first. No, first they smell the burning food and think, 'Man, whoever
    lives in that apartment doesn't know how to cook." Then a few hours
    later they smell the burning pot. Finally the stove itself catches on
    fire and smoke pours out into the hallways causing the fire department
    to be alerted. When the tv news people get there, everyone is milling
    around saying "Man, if it weren't for the smell, we never would have
    known there was a dead body in there." Everyone watching on tv is
    perked up by the news until diappointment sets in when they learn the
    neighbors meant the smell of smoke, not the smell of a rotting body.
    What a let down.

    TJ

    ---

    I was watching the History Channel years ago, and they said falling a sleep
    while cooking is a major cause of Spontaneous Human Combustion.



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