Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Pro Tip

     Do not shake the milk bottle after loosening the top.  Really don't.  Especially if it's a new, full bottle.

10 comments:

Merle Morrison said...

OK, lets hear the resr of the story.......

Merle

Raz Raxxaffian said...


This cautionary warning is doubly true if the container in question is picante sauce.

The kitchen counter is now respectably clean again, but my face resembles a severe case of the measles!

P.S Happy Thanksgiving...

Raz

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

Been there. Done that. Ruined the T-shirt.

Ross said...

Also true for wood stain.

B said...

Soy sauce.

It stains.

Just sayin'

Brigid said...

Just how happy are the cats now?

Roberta X said...

Interestingly, they scattered. The Very Bad Words I said may have had something to do with that.

pigpen51 said...

Or if your daughter has thoughtfully loosened it for you. Chocolate milk.

Anonymous said...

Obviously the Roseholme Cottage cats have demonstrated their telepathic (and/or telekinetic) suggestion abilities.

They scattered (like scalded cats, I bet) because they were so in shock that it actually *worked*!

;)

(Cue Ren & Stimpy theme song)

John said...

Many years ago my father demonstrated how to get the last of the Sea and Ski suntan lotion out of the bottle by whirling it in a circle. And then we all participated in a brief hands on seminar in how to remove suntan lotion from the walls, floor, and ceiling.

I had not thought about that in a lot of years, now I am starting the day with a smile and good memories. Thank you.