Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by n1c0_ds, Jun 27, 2007.
I think he's calling the FBI lemons.
Well, I certainly hope so, Streaks! Because they would get NOWHERE with my Nieces and me, lemons or not!
BTW: Lemons, squeezed over one's entire body, do not make good sunscreen, either.
Pulling the thread out of its grave!
Wouldn't slicing the bottoms of your arms off be very painful?
Acetone (nail polish remover/whiteboard cleaner) is very effective at removing stains from plastic, like your keyboard.
Soaking raw fish in lemon juice causes a reaction that can actually cook the fish over a period of days.
My contribution to this great lemon knowledge thread has been made
Throwing a raw fish (or any other meat) onto the floor will eventually slow-cook it anyways, as it dries out at room temp ... not really recommended though, unless you want to share your meal with some colonies of bacteria and insects.
Add lemon afterwards, seasoning to taste?
Rumour has it that, in the US, lemons are the next fruit/vegetable to succumb to being tainted by something icky (feel free to insert your preferred contaminant here)
I heard that, if you add lemon juice to some water and a little sugar, something tasty will happen.
(feel free to insert your preferred contaminant here)
How about Polonium-210 (see here)? It would fit in a lemon, I think.
To quote n1c0...
OK, so I've just been engaged in hand-to-hand combat with a very large (and stubborn) raccoon over one of the cat's food dishes (which had been carried across the back yard by said thief.) I wonder if LEMON JUICE, loaded into a "super soaker," would effectively "deter" such bandits...
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