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Hey Guys;

Well, I was gonna just raid my fridge for a small snack and I thought "why not, I will look at the cake icing I made" (made a cake a few days ago and had excess icing) and since I left it in the fridge, I made brownies by accident! =l

Now I am eating brownies.
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The same thing happened to me! I made a really dense cake and it turned into brownies. I have to say it was a lovely surprise.
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A made a dog's dinner once.
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I have another example that's not food........ babies
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One day, I stumbled into the kitchen, got a bowl out and put it on the floor, then accidentally dropped a load of flour, currants, half an egg, some 400g of sugar and a little baking powder into it, after which I fell asleep and in my dreams somehow managed to finger it all into general scone consistency. On waking up (quite violently), the bowl flew out of my hands, straight into the oven, adjusting the temperature to gas mark 4 on the way. After waiting for 30 minutes or until golden-brown, I was most surprised to find that I had made some scones
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I once tried to make chocolate and.honey infused pastry. Instead I made a form of edible bluetack.

You could stretch it and it eould spr8ng back, it stuck to things and if you ate it it had properties simolar to lambas bread (sp?) from lotr ..you ate a small crumb and you were full for hours.

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this was after a night out with friends, and i was STARVED!
so i was hungover, wanted to cook bacon, and i thought that it would not be enough, so i added some chicken, wrapped it up in the bacon, still not enough, i needed a little more, and the last thing i had left was cheese, so put some of that between chicken and bacon pop in over for 30 min.... all in all, the best thing i have ever done! and i was very hungover doing it
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My mum once made me a birthday cake & forgot to add the eggs... It made a massive gooey cookie. Yum


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(Original post by chocolatesauce)
I have another example that's not food........ babies
Woah, wait.. what?
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Woah, wait.. what?
lol I must have been really hyper that day!
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(Original post by chocolatesauce)
lol I must have been really hyper that day!
If it makes a huge difference, I swear once, one of my friends said he ate aborted human foetus once before. =l
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If it makes a huge difference, I swear once, one of my friends said he ate aborted human foetus once before. =l
ummmm...I don't know what to say to that, but apparently some mothers eat their placenta :confused:
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ummmm...I don't know what to say to that, but apparently some mothers eat their placenta :confused:
Would both incidences be counted as cannibalism? :confused:
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Went to make toast, ended up making waffles. Was definitely an enjoyable escalation.
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(Original post by Scienceisgood)
If it makes a huge difference, I swear once, one of my friends said he ate aborted human foetus once before. =l
So he has eaten at Wetherspoons then
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Would both incidences be counted as cannibalism? :confused:
well the web definition is 'the practice of eating flesh of your kind' so I would say yes, well sort of.....
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(Original post by chocolatesauce)
some mothers eat their placenta :confused:
They shall never -- not ever -- eat me! :lolwut:
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(Original post by placenta medicae talpae)
They shall never -- not ever -- eat me! :lolwut:
I suggest that you be aware of your surroundings, especially around pregnant women....what's the story behind your username?
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Made an omlette by accident when I was three. I don't even know how I did it.
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They shall never -- not ever -- eat me! :lolwut:
I'm sure one day you will find someone special who will want to eat you one day.
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