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How to make Hot Chocolate.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Edrondol, Sep 9, 2011.

  1. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    I made this for the peeps on my web site. Thought you'd enjoy it.

     
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  2. jmurrayhead

    jmurrayhead Well-Known Member

    Hmm..I was kind of hoping you looked like your avatar. :(
     
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  3. Kevin

    Kevin Well-Known Member

    Only if he was traveling on a space ship far into the future with a hologram, a robot, and an evolved cat. :p

    (For the non-geeks, click here for the reference.)
     
  4. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    I'm sorry. I can go totally slobby if I need to, but my boss would hate it.

    Of course, I need a shave and am missing a fuzzy cap...
     
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  5. jmurrayhead

    jmurrayhead Well-Known Member

    No wonder I didn't find it funny...
    :p
     
  6. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    Blasphemer!! Red Dwarf is wonderful!
     
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  7. Kevin

    Kevin Well-Known Member

    ... and this is one way of identifying a non-Geek. :LOL:
     
  8. jmurrayhead

    jmurrayhead Well-Known Member

    oh I'm totally a geek. I just don't find British humor (oxymoron?) funny. :) Except for Mr. Bean. That guy cracks me up.
     
  9. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    All of British humour?

    It varies from program to program, it's not like it's all the same.

    Ironically Mr Bean is about the lowest form of humour there is; slapstick and farce.
     
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  10. Kevin

    Kevin Well-Known Member

    Sadly, thanks to that horrible movie a few years ago, Mr. Bean is the only major exposure to British comedy that many of my fellow Americans have been exposed to. :(
     
  11. jmurrayhead

    jmurrayhead Well-Known Member

    ah! Don't take it so seriously...I'm just taking a dig at the British based off of a stereotype...much like all the people who have taken a dig at us Americans on here...only in a more playful, non-hateful way :)

    I probably wouldn't enjoy it now. The last time I watched Mr. Bean I was in 8th grade. So about 12-13 years ago.
     
  12. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    Holy ****. My facial hair is older than you.
     
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  13. Floris

    Floris Guest

    plottwist, and then it got even cooler
     
  14. Lucas

    Lucas Well-Known Member

    But what if I don't have an automatic 'stream' cup?
     
  15. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    Then you are not as geeky as I and either need to acquire one (thinkgeek.com) or remain in the dark ages of geekdom.
     
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  16. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    Time to take apart a slot car , grab the motor and hook it up to a cylinder and calibrate the speed...or make your own mini-whipper.

    The cup is an awesome concept though....how much was that?
     
  17. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    $19. I got 2. One for me to show off at work and the other for my mother-in-law who drinks coffee but has arthritis so bad she has a hard time stirring in her creamer.
     
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  18. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    nice... that would be cheaper than a tweaker's DIY version of the same device.

    Sweet
     
  19. physicspirate

    physicspirate Well-Known Member

    I love mr bean haha. Growing up I only had one tv channel in the house, CBC. Mr. bean came on the tube around christmas for weeks, and I loved it. I think it even ran every sunday, but im not sure.
     
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  20. Floris

    Floris Guest

    You motivated me to consider adding a non-metal spoon in the microwave so when I put my nessae powder chocolate thingy in a mug with milk, all i have to do is turn on the microwave for 1,5 minutes.
     

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