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[Jan. 29th, 2007|03:05 pm]
Verminius Rex
Note to self-to clean chili powder residue off a measuring spoon, use a towel. When you blow on a concave surface, the particles come right back into your eyes. Could have been worse, I could have been using cayenne. Well, not really since I don't cook with it, but I could have maced myself worse.

After picking up Pari I did lunch with radcliffe and got to check out her new place, with is very spacious and has a wonderful niche in the office that will be dedicated to a photo backdrop. I need to start packing up the lighting and backdrop stuff for semipermanent loan, since her office is where I usually shot anyway.

A pot of chili is on the stove, and I'm ready to take a brake. Let's see if the kids agree.

[User Picture]From: astein142
2007-01-30 05:51 am (UTC)
That's not as silly as the time I accidently pointed the can of spray adhesive in the wrong direction. The good news is I was wearing my glasses. The bad news is I was wearing my glasses...
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[User Picture]From: verminiusrex
2007-01-30 12:34 pm (UTC)
I once handled a leaky vial of clove oil, then put in a contact without properly washing my hands. I got the contact back out quickly, and it was a disposable so no big loss, but dammit if that's what mace feels like then no wonder why it usually works.
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