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Old 10-16-2010, 08:19 PM   #11
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A bear trap for Shrek? Silly Princess... you need an ogre trap!
I'll have to see if Amazon carries them. Bait it with onions?
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I'll have to see if Amazon carries them. Bait it with onions?
Of course. If you used a parfet you'd catch a donkey.
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Old 10-18-2010, 11:34 PM   #13
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When I have a piece of equipment that I don't want used by anyone other than me I put it somewhere that does not contain other similar equipment. Just put a hook on the back of a seldom used cupboard or closet door and hang the pan there. The family won't bother to go after it if there are other pans available to them. At least mine don't. The trouble with this procedure is that you have to wash the pan and put it away yourself or it will end up back with the other pans.
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