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Old 03-08-2012, 08:20 PM   #91
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Hmm. Hadn't even thought about that! Mason jars with cute covers, with chocolate, white cake mix, with or without chips and nuts...college kids, seniors...

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Ok.. so I just tried this. I needed to mix it better. I used a ramikin for it and I think it needed another few seconds in the nuke-a-rator.

I put some in Kathleen's lunch with destructions.

Twas ok for a quick snack type thing.

I used Ducan Hines mixes... devil's food.
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Old 03-09-2012, 12:34 AM   #93
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Ok.. so I just tried this. I needed to mix it better. I used a ramikin for it and I think it needed another few seconds in the nuke-a-rator.

I put some in Kathleen's lunch with destructions.

Twas ok for a quick snack type thing.

I used Ducan Hines mixes... devil's food.
Yes, you need to mix it to death, then mix some more. I like it a bit shy of 60 seconds, and in a coffee cup.
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Old 03-09-2012, 06:15 PM   #94
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Ok.. so I just tried this. I needed to mix it better. I used a ramikin for it and I think it needed another few seconds in the nuke-a-rator.

I put some in Kathleen's lunch with destructions.

Twas ok for a quick snack type thing.

I used Ducan Hines mixes... devil's food.
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I take it, it worked???
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I think she hated it...

Just cried and whined...

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Going through customs/security with a large bag of white powder, that could be interesting.
Especially some of the places that I work. Just before Christmas I came back from Colombia... Unmarked bags of powder in my bags could have been a bad idea.
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I put some in Kathleen's lunch with destructions.
I think her microwave exploded at work, and Frank is all excited that Kath thought it was the coolest thing.
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