garbage disposer. I am not going to go look.
My dad worked at the U of Wisconsin as a work-study program when he was in college. He told me a story about how they were taking forks and plates and whatnot off the conveyor belt and sorting it as stuff went by. He started to get dreadfully behind, and one of the people who'd been working there for a long time took pity on him, came over, and said, "Here, let me help you."snapdragen said:garbage disposer. I am not going to go look.
Sounds like the workers at the plant, always asking me to break something so they can sit around and do nothing. Everybody loves a bit of good ol' sabotage.estone2 said:The boss came out of his room grumbling about "who put the fork down the }§#ing disposal?!" etc etc, reset the machine, and everything started back up. Turns out that whenever somebody got behind, they'd grab a piece of silverwear and chuck it down the disposal.
ask them for a shot of tequila to sterlize it.DrRoebuck said:I was getting Mexican food for lunch at a La Salsa type place. Someone dropped the salsa serving spoon on the floor, then quickly picked it up and put it back in the salsa.
you want one with an engine, not a motorChain said:My wife is the master of killing gargage disposals. Somehow if it's food it can't go in the trash, it must go down the disposal.
While we were dating she killed the disposal. Found a 1 or 1.5 hp one at a hardware store. She couldn't kill that one, but she tried.
We then bought a new house. Within a month I was replacing the disposal with a big one.