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Help with sending a package of chocolate and candy from Australia to Chile
2023.03.24 08:00 AreYouEvenAwake Help with sending a package of chocolate and candy from Australia to Chile
Hola amigos, I would like to send my friend a box of Australian snack foods but both Chocolate and "sugar confectionery" requires authorization of the Servicio de Salud. Does anyone have advice or have been through this before? Cualquier ayuda seria apreciada, gracias.
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2023.03.24 06:56 entalert Restocked at the OCS (Fri., Mar. 24, 1:55 a.m. EDT)
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2023.03.24 06:08 iGuayo ¿Dónde consigo “Pan con pollo” en San Miguel?
Tengo pensado viajar pronto a San Miguel por turismo, y vi unos videos en tiktok con una receta llamada Pan con Pollo o Pollo con pan y quiero probarlos… no se si será real 🤣 pero de serlo, ¿donde puedo probarlos en San Miguel? Gracias!
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2023.03.24 05:35 LoveTonightMD Doces
Boa noite pessoal, minha dúvida é, assim como vc consegue fazer alguns doces com a maconha, tipo brisadeiro, brownie e tals, eu gostaria muito de saber quais outras drogas da para você fazer alguma receita, tipo "pizza de LSD", "Sorvete de cocaína" sla kkkk, pesquisando um pouco eu vi um chocolate de cogumelo, fiquei curioso para saber mais...
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2023.03.24 05:06 maxvideo127 Extenderán 3 meses más programa de autos chocolate
2023.03.24 05:02 RazerDrex XD
Soy el único que come pan de hot dog con mayonesa cuando sobran?
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2023.03.24 04:23 KevlarYarmulke Connectors
2023.03.24 03:25 AnUglyWoolSweater On a Beef Pot Roast package from Costco
2023.03.24 03:00 MedicalUprising Se registra Manolo Jiménez como candidato del PRI-PAN-PRD por la gubernatura de Coahuila
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2023.03.24 02:34 toriht123 Bundt Chocolate cake- help me get it right please
So my boyfriend’s mom recently passed a recipe on to me for his favorite cake. It goes as following:
1 box devil food cake mix + required ingredients (3 eggs, 1 1/4 cup water, 1/2 cup veg oil)
1 package chocolate pudding + required ingredients (1c milk)
1 bag chocolate chips
Mix cake mix, mix pudding mix, pour cake mix in a floured Bundt pan, pour pudding over top of that, pour in chocolate chips. Cook as cake mix box instructions say (40-45m at 375 and cool for at least 1hour, preferably 2+). Serve with premium vanilla bean ice cream.
I’ve tried this two times now and both times have had the cake deflate(?) into itself in spots or feel too gooey (even considering the pudding). I’ve asked his mom, and all she could think of was the cake not cooking enough/ the oven not meeting the right temperature. I have an external temperature reader now, but I’m nervous I’ll make a mistake a third time!
So- Any ideas on correcting this issue (and open to suggestions for improving the recipe even more!) I’ve never made anything in a Bundt pan before this…but I want to perfect this cake!
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2023.03.24 02:30 COMPLETELYoutofammo Fixing thickness
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Things changed and I bought 3/4" plywood and the model is at 1/2".
How can I change the thickness of the objects without starting over using sketchup free?
2023.03.24 02:28 nicecomfyblanket Compras a domicilio Puntarenas
Buenas tardes. Alguien conoce de un lugar en puntrenas centro/el cocal que hagan entregas de.compras a domicilio? Mi abuela vive allá sola y quiero poder comprar cosas.basicas como pan, café azúcar, etc a la casa y pagar por sinpe. La comida se la hacen serían cosas de necesidades básicas
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2023.03.24 02:11 argomux Ron Disorderly Eating Santis
2023.03.24 02:09 bot_olini Conferencia de prensa del senador Damián Zepeda (PAN), del 23 de marzo de 2023
2023.03.24 02:04 GayCatgirl Lowe's clearance fifty cent flytraps
2023.03.24 01:44 ROBOXGAMERMAN9999 ¿Que opinan del reggaeton y la contradiccion de las feministas en su luchas que lo escuchan?
Me refiero a que si alguien dice algo como "Mujer linda" te funan pero si un reggaetonero habla de ellas como un objeto sexual que solo son buenas en eso y que literalmente se las van a violar las feministas la escuchan como pan de cada dia.
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2023.03.24 01:42 Chseifert If you’re tired of neurotically caring for your carbon steel pans and feel limited in what you can use them for, I have found a solution.
Dump them. Sell them. Get rid of them.
I’ve given up for the second time and will sell my 6 carbon steel pans and simply start using my far superior much easier no brain searing pans instead - my 3 Demeyere Proline 7-ply 4.8 mm thick frying pans.
No worries about seasoning and oil residue on the handle and potential rust issues. No worries about flaked polymerised oil seasoning going into the food you cook in the pans.
No worries about red wine reduction pan sauces, balsamic vinegar or tomato sauces stripping the seasoning in your pan.
No worries about soaking the pan in hot water as my wife does often with my carbon steel pans, even though I’ve told her not to.
No worries about rust issues, if you forget to oil your pan before storing it away or you live in a damp environment where your carbon steel pans will attract moisture and start to micro rust.
Demeyere Proline pans have the same heat retention as a very thick carbon steel pan.
Demeyere Proline pans have a far better more even heat distribution compared to carbon steel and cast iron pans.
Yeah they cost 3-4 times more, but I already own a trio of Demeyere Proline pans so….no extra cost involved for me.
And for eggs I use my excellent far superior ceramic non stick pans, which makes far superior fluffy fried eggs than any carbon steel pan can make.
My Darto’s and my De Buyer Mineral B Pro pans were great carbon steel pans, but they were never better performers than my 2.5 copper pans, my 7-ply clad pans nor my ceramic non stick pans.
And they were a hell of a lot more fickle and annoying to work with.
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2023.03.24 01:31 butterflypoo69 Print ad for Pontiac at the 1956 Motorama auto show, featuring the legendary Club de Mer concept car, and the production Star Chief convertible.
2023.03.24 01:13 theeverydaykitchen Top 8 Best Cookware Sets for Glass Stoves 2023
Editor’s Choice: Cuisinart MCP-12N
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"These pots and pans will become a functional and eye-catching addition to your kitchen. Rich chocolate exterior. Hard-anodized aluminum. High-low circle surface design." Most Pieces: Duxtop Induction Cookware Set
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"No more burns with this functional set. Silicone-enhanced handles. Durable stainless steel. 11 handy pieces." Best Copper Bottom Cookware: T-fal C836SD
"A great option from one of the leaders of the industry. Copper, stainless steel, and aluminum. Interior measuring marks. Up to 500F oven safe." Best Value: MICHELANGELO Stone Cookware Set
"An affordable set with a stone derived nonstick coating exterior. Die-cast aluminum. Colander insert included. Easy to clean." Best Lid Design: T-fal Ultimate Hard Anodized Nonstick 17 Piece Cookware Set
"Pots and pans with silicone covered lids and handles. High-quality aluminum. Lifetime limited warranty. Thermo spot indicator."
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2023.03.24 00:53 xtremexavier15 TSA 23
Chapter 23: 2008: A Shawn Odyssey
Girls: Courtney, Heather, Shawn
Episode 23: 2008: A Shawn Odyssey
"Last time on Total Drama Action," Chris said over a shot of the film lot. "In a world they didn't create," the four teens were shown waking up in the forest, "two honorable warriors," Shawn and Lindsay's fight was shown, "and two foes battled it out for Kung-fu supremacy," Courtney and Heather were shown fiddling with their joysticks.
"No mountain was too high," Heather and Shawn were shown climbing. "No aquatic creature too viscous," Courtney was shown fighting a jellyfish.
"In the end, Shawn won the reward," the theorist was shown fighting the Sasquatch, "but lost his alliance with Courtney," he and Courtney were shown ending their partnership.
"But it's gonna take more than puny alliances to survive this week," Chris told the camera as it flashed to his close-up, "on Total! Drama! Action!"
The episode opened on a shot of the full moon. A rat walked on-screen in front of the camera as a grandiose tune started to play. The rat sniffed the air then scurried along what was revealed to be the top of a large speaker. The music reached its climax, and the speaker shook so much the rat fell off behind it.
The shot pulled out to show the cast trailers, both flanked by speakers as tall as they were. Further to the left was a tall blueish-green monolith-like set piece. The lights inside the trailers flicked on and the complaints of the castmates echoed out of them. The doors opened, showing the girls filing out; Courtney, then a hunched over Heather, then Lindsay at the end, all three in their pajamas. The camera cut over to the guys' trailer as Shawn exited similarly. The survivalist paused briefly to yawn and stretch his arms, and the camera moved back to the girls.
"What is wrong with those mattresses?" Lindsay asked. "It's like they were full of rocks."
"I slept on Noah’s bed, so I don’t have the same back problems that the girls do," Shawn said. "The layers on it are super soft."
The remaining four met up as a group. Heather looked over to see the lone male scratching his butt and armpit at the same time.
"Can you believe this guy?" Heather commented.
"What a neanderthal," Courtney said.
They looked over at Lindsay, who noticed the monolith off to the side, and pointed at it with a few animalistic grunts.
The shot cut to the top of it, the moon still visible behind it. The camera panned down to its base where Chef sat in a leopard-print loincloth banging on an upside-down soup pot with a couple bones as though it were a drum. Both the castmates and Chris, also wearing a leopard-print loincloth and with his hair unkempt, approached the monolith at the same time.
"Good morning, cast!" Chris greeted as Chef stopped playing. "Or should I say, good middle of the night? Hope you're all well-rested and ready to boldly go where very few men and even fewer ladies have gone before!"
"Wait," Shawn spoke up. "Didn't we already do the caveman movie?"
"We did, Shawn," Chris answered, "but we had to reuse the costumes since my astronomical salary accounts for oh, roughly ninety-seven percent of the show's budget."
"Chris," Heather said, "it is the middle of the night. Can't we do the challenge in the morning?"
"No can do Heather," Chris replied. "While today's movie genre may start at the dawn of time, it quickly moves up, up, and away!" The camera panned up to the night sky as a shooting star flew in front of the moon.
"So we're doing space movies today?" Lindsay asked as if she already knew the answer.
"What was your first clue, Linds-iot?" Heather told her.
"I've been called a lot of things, such as moron, dimwit, idiot, and much more," Lindsay said. "I've been trying to prove myself, and no way am I letting Heather drag me down."
"Awesome!" Shawn cheered. "I love sci-fi movies."
"Don't you get enough science fiction from those movies you binge watch?" Courtney half-insulted, half-asked the boy.
"Don't you get enough pleasure from looking down and nagging on us?" Shawn retorted.
"Listen up, space cases," Chris interrupted. "You'll soon be facing some out-of-this-world challenges, but first..." He quickly ducked away, and the camera cut to him pushing away the monolith to reveal four small boxes set on a table behind it. "I have a very special surprise for you," he told the cast. "Each of you has received one special item sent to you from the outside world. Which by now," he picked up one of the packages and tossed it to Lindsay, who caught it before Heather was tossed her own gift, "must feel like a distant planet."
He tossed another one like a football and it was caught by Courtney, with Shawn also shown to have received his gift.
Shawn opened his, and looked at a silver tinfoil hat shaped like his beanie with excitement. "My tinfoil hat!" he cheered. "Nice!"
"You have a tinfoil hat?" Lindsay asked.
"Yup," Shawn answered. "It keeps the aliens from reading my brains and what I think."
"I used to wear this thing all the time," Shawn told the audience. "Unfortunately, my dad confiscated it since it made me look weird and unusual to others. Afterwards, I decided to get the beanie I’m wearing right now."
The shot cut to Lindsay as she opened hers and smiled. "My pom poms!" she exclaimed. "My cheer team didn't forget about them!"
The camera cut to Courtney and Heather, both having opened their boxes. The former took out a picture frame and let out a choked sob.
"What's wrong?" Heather asked. "Did you get a photo of a bad hair day?"
"Just… I need a minute," Courtney claimed.
Courtney had her picture with her. "When I was head of the school debating team, my partner walked out on me during the biggest debate of the year because she felt I wasn't being a "team player". I went on to win it without her! Take that, Brittany Reed!" She revealed her picture, which was her in the middle of a speech. "This photo is a reminder. If you want something done right, you do it yourself!"
Heather finally managed to open her box and pulled out a green jawbreaker. "A jawbreaker? How is this a prize?" She asked in frustration.
"I don't know, but sweet things usually go to sweet people," Courtney insulted.
"Damien must have delivered this to me!" Heather growled.
"Who the heck is Damien?" Courtney questioned.
"He's my little brother," Heather answered. "That twerp likes to pull pranks on me every chance he gets. He's almost like Sadie."
"What else were you expecting?" Courtney wondered.
"He could've given me my trophy for the annual ballet contest I participated in when I was eight," Heather grumbled.
"I'm still going to keep this jawbreaker," Heather said as she held it. "Damien may have sent it as a joke, but I won't let him have the last laugh."
"Alright gang," Chris addressed the cast, "time to blast off to the great unknown. Everyone knows a good outer space movie has three things in common. One, the zero gravity is always a trip. Two, the G-forces are killer! And three, everything is recycled in space. Including number one, and number two."
"Gross," Courtney winced.
"Eww," Heather said in disgust.
"Which brings us to our first challenge," Chris continued. "I'll meet you at the thrill ride set in ten minutes."
The cast looked at each other in confusion. "Did he say thrill ride?" Lindsay asked.
The scene briefly flashed to the full moon behind the water tower for a moment before flashing away again to a close-up of the host, back in his normal clothes.
"The way to achieve zero gravity," Chris explained to the contestants, all of whom have also gotten dressed, "is to fly a jet on a parabolic course. With large vertical climbs, and even larger vertical drops." The camera panned across the faces of the cast, all of which looked freaked. "But with the price of jet fuel today," the scene flashed to a makeshift space shuttle tied to what looked like a roller coaster cart at a boarding platform, "we're gonna simulate the effect on this makeshift space shuttle!"
The shot flashed away again, the camera now panning up a spaceship-themed roller coaster set among several other theme park attractions. "Which will hit the optimum speed needed to keep you all in a perpetual state of zero gravity," the host explained before the shot cut back to him and the cast.
"Are we going to get killed?" Lindsay asked. "I won't go in if it will."
"Is that thing even up to code?" Courtney wondered.
"Your first outer space challenge will be to spend the rest of the night on the shuttle sleeping in zero gravity conditions," Chris told the cast.
"That doesn't sound so difficult," Shawn said with a pleased expression.
The footage flashed ahead to a close-up of an intercom speaker as the host's voice came in over it. "Y'all might wanna hold on to something bolted down," Chris told the cast as the camera pulled back to show them holding pillows in their hands, "'cause we're almost ready to launch!"
"Yes!" Lindsay cheered.
"He said launch," Heather told her, "not lunch."
"I know," Lindsay explained. "I just can't wait to be flying inside a spaceship."
The shot cut back to the intercom as an engine was heard starting up over it. "In five! Four! Three! Two! One!" The camera cut outside as the space shuttle strapped to the roller coaster cart shuddered to life. "Blast off!" At Chris' ecstatic signal, the shuttle's engines flared on and the contraption took off along the track. It quickly reached the main peak as the castmates screamed in terror, and the scene cut back inside.
"If I'm gonna die, at least make my death look cool!" Shawn yelled as he clenched his eyes shut. The camera began to pull back from his close-up as he slowly opened his eyes, looked around, and smiled. He and the other three were now floating inside the shuttle's cabin. "How about that? We're floating in mid-air!"
"Alright astronauts," Chris told them, the camera cutting from a close-up of the intercom to the host lounging in his chair at the monitor room watching the cast on the monitors, "it's gonna be a long night. Better get some sleep!" He pressed a button on the keyboard and added "If you can!" The monitor screens switched from Heather and Shawn to Courtney and Lindsay, and the host accepted a cup of coffee from Chef with a laugh.
"Can I borrow any of your pillows?" Courtney asked as she floated around. "I lost mine."
"That's your own fault then," Shawn relaxed on his pillow. "You lose it, you deal with it."
"Fine," Courtney looked away from his former ally. "We are floating in mid-air, so I won't complain… much."
"Courtney and Shawn are at each other's throats just like me and Amy," Lindsay said. "There's only one person who could've made them split, which is obviously Heather."
The scene returned to a shot of a jawbreaker floating in the air, then panned out to show that Heather was chasing after it. "If that jawbreaker wasn't so big, I would be able to stash it into my pocket!" She said as she floated past Lindsay who was looking at her pom poms.
"At least what you got is tasty," Lindsay said. "I can't eat or lick my pom poms."
"Good thing you're smart enough to know what's edible," Heather snootily responded.
"If they were taffy, I'd likely eat them," Lindsay responded.
Heather was focused on filing her nails. "I assume I'm the favorite to win. I mean, look who's left. A control freak, a smelly nut, and a dumb blonde. And the only thing Lindsay has going for her is that she hasn't made any enemies. Whoop-de-doo! We're not here to make friends. We're here to win." As she talked, she snapped her nail filer in half. "And that is exactly what I plan on doing."
The scene cut forward to the castmates as they slept peacefully with their pillows. This only lasted for a couple seconds before an alarm started to sound off loudly, and the lights in the cabin flashed red as the four teens woke up. "This is Houston," Chris said over the loudspeaker, "and you have a problem. You've been hit by an asteroid, and your guidance system is toast!"
"What do we do?!" Lindsay asked in a panic.
"I've watched Race to Save Space 3 before I came to this show," Shawn said. "We have to override the navigation controls."
"Quick!" Heather cried. "Someone grab the joystick thingy!"
Courtney sprung off a nearby wall and darted towards the shuttle's main computer. She grabbed onto a central joystick as she floated by, then planted her feet on the desk and pulled. The camera zoomed in on it and after a few moments of effort the stick moved to the side, shutting off the alarms and returning the lights to normal.
"Way to go Courtney!" Lindsay cheered.
"Nice job," Shawn said.
The camera zoomed in on Heather's jawbreaker as it drifted closer to a small window. It hit the window, cracking it slightly. The camera pulled back again to show it pushing back forward, but the force of its push-off caused the glass to shatter soon after it floated away. The air immediately began to be sucked out of the cabin, and the lights flashed red once more as Heather looked at the broken window with a shocked look.
"At the very least, I can say that I'm not to blame for the window breaking," Heather claimed.
Heather, Courtney, Lindsay, and Shawn were shown floating in front of the shuttle controls. "Uh-oh!'" Chris announced jovially over the intercom. "Looks like you have a hole in your fuselage!" He laughed, and the camera panned across a closer shot of the four teens' faces. "You have exactly t-minus-ten minutes to plug the hole, or you'll run out of precious oxygen."
"We have to plug the hole!" Heather yelled.
"We just need something big and form-fitting!" Courtney replied.
They all turned to Lindsay. "Why are you looking at me?"
"We can use your pom poms to fill the hole," Heather said. "It's either that, or death."
Lindsay gave them a brief look and sighed. "They are valuable, but I can get new ones after the show ends."
The scene flashed back outside, the sun already up and the shuttle-coaster still flying along its track. The camera cut to the boarding platform as it finally came to a stop, and Chris was standing in wait as the shuttle door burst open with a puff of steam. One by one, the castmates fell out of it. Lindsay was first, then Courtney, then Shawn; all landed on top of one another in a heap. Heather was the last, and was the only one who maintained her balance.
"Will somebody help me down, or will I have to do it myself?" Heather huffed.
"Go with the second option," Lindsay replied. "There's a ladder in front of you."
Heather rolled her eyes, but climbed down the ladder.
The camera cut to Chef standing outside of the broken window, Lindsay's pom poms sticking out of it. "That was smart, sealing the breach with those pom poms," he said while pulling them out.
"It was my idea," Courtney claimed. "No sweat to it."
"You just love to pat yourself on the back," Shawn rolled his eyes.
"I really hope that I can get Courtney and Heather out," Shawn confessed. "Lindsay's the only one I'd like to face in the finale."
"Nice going Lindsay," Chris told her. "It was your pom poms that saved the group."
"Yes!" Lindsay jumped in Victory with her pom poms on."
"What?" Heather gaped. "I was the one who suggested we fill that hole!"
"Lindsay was the one who actually plugged in the hole," Chris said. "As a reward, she'll get to decide the order of who goes first to last at the next challenge!"
"I got it," Lindsay exclaimed. "The order is me, Courtney, Shawn, and Heather."
"I don't know what the next part of the challenge is," Lindsay confessed, "but making sure Heather participates last was just too good to pass up."
The footage cut forward to a shot of the sun over a few of the film lot's fake buildings near one of the studios. The wind was shown blowing a few pieces of paper along the road between the studios, then the shot cut to and upward pan of the fake hill. The camera cut back to the front of a studio as its garage-like door began to open.
A few feet were briefly shown behind the door before the camera moved inside, showing the silhouettes of the four castmates against the light flooding in from outside. The feet were shown again in an angled profile as they began to walk outside, and the shot moved up to show the four staring forward. Lindsay was first, then Shawn, then Courtney, then Heather.
The camera switched to a face-on shot, panning right across the castmates and stopping at Lindsay. A record scratch was heard as Chris ran across the shot with a scowl on his face, the teens following him with their eyes.
"Enough messing around," Chris said before the scene changed to the usual side-view as he addressed the contestants. "Alright gang, if you thought spending the night in zero G's was a stomach-churning experience, then you're gonna love this next challenge! Who can last the longest on the G-force Trainer?" The castmates were shown watching cautiously. "Or as I like to call it," Chris said before the shot quick-panned further to the right, "The Vomit Comet!" The machine he was referring to looked like a bulbous, oversized, and legless space suit attached by a hefty arm to a smaller wheeled cart.
"If you thought you were under pressure before," the host said giddily as the camera panned up a close-up of the suit, "wait 'til you feel the effects of four times Earth's gravitational force!"
"We just ate chili for lunch," Heather said. "This won't be good."
"That was a bad call," Lindsay agreed.
The shot quick-panned over to Chef Hatchet who was standing by a bubbling pot on a small table. "Plenty more where that came from," he told the camera while tapping the side of the pot with a ladle. The camera zoomed in for a close-up, showing a foul-looking vomit-green stew filled with a variety of bones, old socks, and octopus tentacles.
The focus moved back to Chris. "Remember crew, Lindsay's already picked the order, so she's up first."
"Wonderful," Lindsay said with a smile as she approached the machine. "I didn't know we were gonna barf inside this thing, but now that I know the order and I'm going first, I don't have to worry about getting covered in other people's barf."
Courtney quickly grew uncomfortable. "Uh, what's the order she picked for us."
Chris donned a villainous sneer. "You're not going to like this. After Lindsay goes Courtney, Shawn, and last but not least, Heather."
"WHAT!!??" Heather screeched. "Can I trade places with someone?"
"Too late," Chris said. "The order is set."
Heather shot daggers at Lindsay, who smiled innocently and shrugged in response.
Lindsay was shown laughing to herself for a couple of seconds. "It's going to take a long time for her to wash the puke off!" She resumed her laughter.
"When this is over, I'm going to kill Lindsay…" Heather shot the camera a deadly glare, "...right after I take a long shower!"
The scene skipped to Lindsay as she was about to climb the G-force training suit. She looked over and said "This will almost be like the Hurlinator back at the carnival."
"But unlike that heap of junk, you’ll actually hurl inside that suit if you’re unlucky," Chris taunted.
Lindsay dropped into the suit and closed the helmet shut. "Have a nice spin, Lindsay!" Chris said with a wave before pressing the buttons on his stopwatch and remote control simultaneously.
The machine immediately started to move, and Lindsay began cheering out of fun and enjoyment. A bird's-eye view showed the arms rotating rapidly about the wheeled cart it was attached to. The camera cut to a close-up of the viewing window on the helmet, where the blonde's face could clearly be seen. Her happy expression changed to struggling to contain her vomit. She forced it down and exclaimed "Let me out!"
Chris obliged by pressing both buttons again, and the machine slowed to a stop. The helmet swung open and Lindsay pulled herself out. She was frazzled, but she didn’t throw up on herself.
"15.4 seconds!" Chris read off from his stopwatch with a grin. "Pretty impressive for a first run, and despite my theory, you did not hurl!"
"I did not want to smell bad," Lindsay groaned and fell over.
"So I have this friend who ate twenty corn dogs as a dare," Lindsay confessed. "When we were inside the car, she started to throw up, and some of it got on us. I'm never eating a corn dog again."
"Alright Courtney, you're next," Chris told the control freak who approached him and the training suit. "Lindsay managed to keep her lunch down, so at least you'll have a dry run."
The scene flashed forward to Courtney in the suit, already looking nervous. "Let's get this over with," she said before the helmet swung down over her head.
Chris smiled and pressed the button on the remote control, and the camera switched over to the bird's-eye-view of the machine. The rotating arm rapidly built up speed, and unlike Lindsay before her, Courtney immediately screamed in terror. Another viewpoint change showed the panicking type-a through the helmet's viewing window, then back to the bird's-eye-view. The sound of vomiting was heard and the shot cut back to the host.
"27 seconds on the dot!" Chris announced.
"Am I in the lead?" a messy Courtney wondered after climbing out the suit.
"No," Chris answered. "I'm deducting ten seconds for puking."
"That was totally disgusting!" Courtney muttered. "I hope you can handle it, Shawn."
"I've dived through garbage and covered myself in fish guts once," Shawn shrugged her off. "This is nothing I can handle."
"I don't want to say it, but your determination is admirable," Courtney said.
"It's down to you two," Chris told Shawn and Heather. "Shawn, your slightly soiled chariot awaits."
"Ready or not, here I come," Shawn got in the suit.
"He's got high confidence," Chris told the camera. "Confidence that's going to disappear." The helmet closed, the buttons were pressed, and the machine began to spin.
The camera cut to the window of the helmet, showing Shawn screaming in panic. Sooner or later, ominous rumbling came from inside the suit and his cheeks bulged.
The scene cut back to Chris just as the sound of puke was heard, and the host stopped both watch and machine. "Whether Shawn will shower or not is up to him," Chris commented as the conspiracy nut exited the suit covered with vomit. "But he will definitely smell like his own lunch now. After the ten second deduction, he comes in at a grand total of 20 seconds."
"Thanks for choosing me to go last, Lindsay," Heather spat at her. "Two people threw up, and I have to be surrounded by their puke."
"Heather, you're the last one," Chris slyly said. "Unless you want to lose out on winning invincibility, I say you get inside the suit now."
Heather looked at the others and narrowed her eyes. "I'm not forfeiting."
"The things I do to keep myself in the game," Heather rolled her eyes.
"This is so gross," Heather said in disgust as she got in the vomit-covered suit. "Start it already!" Heather yelled before slamming the helmet shut.
Chris pressed his two buttons. As with the others the camera switched first to a bird's-eye view of the machine as it began to move, then to a close-up of Heather's face through the helmet. Though she was wincing from the bits of vomit dripping down her face, she kept her determination still and wasn't about to quit.
The shot cut outside to the host and the other three castmates as they watched. Chris was focused on the stopwatch in his hands, Shawn was uninterested, Lindsay was nervous, and Courtney was scared.
"She's going longer than I thought she would," Chris said.
"Just barf already!" Courtney shouted.
The sound of vomiting was heard. The camera zoomed in on Chris again as a smile formed and he clicked his buttons, and the machine came to a stop. "That's time!" he called.
"Did I win?" Heather asked after swinging open the helmet and flopping over the side, vomit all over her head, chest, and mouth. "I know that was more than 27 seconds."
"35 and a half seconds! A new Vomit Comet record!" Chris told her.
"I know what this means," Heather grinned in victory.
"Since she lasted the longest inside that machine, I declare Heather the winner of today's challenge!" Chris announced.
"In your face, everyone!" Heather taunted the other three contestants.
"Can you mock us from far away?" Lindsay held her nose.
"We would like to be away from you," Courtney said.
"Never thought I'd say this, but I agree," Shawn stepped back. "You stink really bad, and I have horrible hygiene."
"That's just the smell of victory," Heather said.
A sudden whistle caught the group's attention, and they looked over to see Chef standing on a stepladder calmly slicing a carrot over the open suit. "Hope y'all like gumbo!" he told them before resuming his work.
The camera panned across the castmates and host as all wretched in sheerest disgust.
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2023.03.24 00:33 sannerloo 3/23 - sick day food
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Today was a weird lazy food day because I still have a raging cold and I just couldn't be bothered to eat anything but easy snacks. That turned out to be mostly eggs - I also had a few more for breakfast that I forgot to photo. I'm hoping I'll feel better tomorrow and I'll make something more interesting. submitted by sannerloo to PaleoWhatIEatInADay [link] [comments]
2023.03.24 00:22 Laudbs O dia que fiz uma bosta tão grande na escola que chamaram encanador e até mesmo tacaram ÁCIDO e ainda assim não adiantou
Eu não deveria estar me expondo tanto assim, mas vi uma história parecida e tive que vim aqui contar a minha. Isso aconteceu quando eu estava no nono ano. Era de tarde, eu tinha acabado de almoçar e de sobremesa comi um pedaço de chocolate que acabou não caindo muito bem. Cheguei na escola e me deu uma dor de barriga com a qual eu pensei: “eu vou fazer a maior bosta da minha vida”. Spoiler, eu tava certa.
Meus amigos ainda não tinham chego, decidi aproveitar o fato de não ter nenhum conhecido por perto como uma oportunidade pra soltar a merda. Eu fui pro banheiro, caguei, mas a coisa era tão grande e grossa que a descarga não tava conseguindo dar conta. Eu entrei em pânico, a merda só girava em círculos sem parar, até que eu desisti, saí do banheiro e encontrei uma colega minha bem na hora, pra disfarçar eu chamei ela pra dar uma volta comigo e durante essa volta falei pra ela que eu precisava ir no banheiro, voltei rapidinho pra ela e falei: “meu Deus, vc não tem noção do tamanho da bosta que deixaram na última cabine!”. Ela foi ver se era realmente tão grande e voltou rindo e zoando a pessoa “desconhecida”, falando coisas como: “a guria perdeu a virgindade do cu com uma bosta” ou “essa agora tem o buraco com 15cm” e muitas outras coisas.
Isso começou a ser assunto da escola, fomos falar com a tia da limpeza, avisamos que uma pessoa entupiu o vaso e nada adiantava. Ela foi ver e quando voltou tava com uma cara… passou uns 5 minutos e quando percebi ela tava levando um ácido que não sei ao certo qual era e uns 3 baldes. E como de esperado, a criança era tão grande que não desceu nem com tudo aquilo. Chamaram um encanador e depois disso interditaram o banheiro.
O assunto daquela semana foi sobre a bosta, todo mundo tava tentando descobrir o portador. Ninguém nunca descobriu.
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