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Old 12-21-2014, 09:03 AM   #51
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How to avoid stinking up the house while frying fish:

Put gassy Uncle Frank, or Grandma Emma out in the garage.

Disclaimer: I have neither an Uncle Frank or Grandma Emma, and I don't even know someone with that name that has that problem. So, this is not you. I just picked any name from the air.

May your hot things be hot, your cold things be cold, and your sharp cheddar at room temperature.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
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Old 12-21-2014, 05:00 PM   #52
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I don't.


I just wear earmuffs to keep the sound of Mrs Wyshiepoo moaning about the smell out.
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Old 12-21-2014, 07:33 PM   #53
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When I did home visits, I recall walking into the most rancid smelling houses imaginable. Fish, chicken, Hamburger Helper two weeks old, who knows?
I'm with you 100% on those rancid kitchen smells! I did home pest control for a few years, back in the dark ages. Some of the homes and even entire buildings would be just terrible!

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This thread brings back a whole lot of memories of REALLY bad smells from going on my home visits. I have an easy gag reflex. And when you're trying to make nice with a family of a kid who's having school problems, it's not nice to puke on their carpet!
I also did many years as an EMT. Obviously there are "less than enjoyable" odors involved with that, but still nothing coming close to food fried in stale lard, then left to go bad.

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How to avoid stinking up the house while frying fish:

Put gassy Uncle Frank, or Grandma Emma out in the garage.

Disclaimer: I have neither an Uncle Frank or Grandma Emma, and I don't even know someone with that name that has that problem. So, this is not you. I just picked any name from the air.

May your hot things be hot, your cold things be cold, and your sharp cheddar at room temperature.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
Your poor relatives!
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