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Mom Gets Tricked Into Praising Kid's Cooking

What's really messed up about this petty revenge is the fact that mom's support literally had to be tricked out of her. That's no good. She should've been giving her kid the morale boost from the get go. Either way, was definitely satisfying to see mom get tricked. 

Mom gets tricked into praising her kid's cooking skills | r/pettyrevenge u/ThrowRA-Barber Tricked my mom into finally admitting my cooking good been enrolled cooking school over year and my mom, she's never been supportive. Because dropped out nursing program get into cooking school. She's always making snide comments about should've been nurse or lawyer, or only ever be subservient housewife with this, and do make something, she always crizicizes Like she's Gordon Ramsay or something
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Shoutout to the camera man that had to run along with Gordon Ramsay. That being said, this is actually pretty impressive. 

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Karen Mother-In-Law Uses Too Much Salt In Food, Petty Revenge Ensues

Nothing tops the sweetness of a successful petty revenge like being validated by others around you that you were in the right all along. Sounds like Karen was going way too hard on the salt with her cooking. So, a simple decision to hide those salt shakers resulted in everyone being pleased. Nicely done. 

A petty revenge story about a Karen mother-in-law getting humbled on cooking skills | r/pettyrevenge Join u/votedog 1d 1 Former MIL used too much salt her food. Asked her tone down, she refused. So Thid her salt shakers next time ate there have suffered chronic migraines since kid. Something important every migraine sufferer know are their "triggers Triggers are things life are most likely start migraine some may be extreme heat others 's stress and s salt can't have lot and if do migraine will
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Cooking Fails Of Disastrous Proportions

These cooking fails might make you feel better about your worst attempts at preparing some food at home. Carrots absolutely do not belong in the washing machine. Come one. 

A collection of cooking fails that were just plain terrible | washing carrots in a washing machine | stove burner ring embedded into a melted plastic cutting board and the phrase sorry honey written on it
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Woman Seeks Pork Chops Recipe, Gets Random Uncle's Life Story

Cath never saw it coming. This guy is right up there with the likes of Ken M, when it comes to trolling the comments section, and throwing unsuspecting folks for a trip. 

Woman wants the perfect pork chops recipe, and the guy in comments trolls her instead | Cath 16 hrs Any tips on cook pork chops without them turning out dry? Can't ever seem get them right! 31 comments O Like Comment Hi Cath. My uncle lived small town Macedonia 3 years late 1980s still part Yugoslavia) and he learned cook most delicious pork chops all-time! Anyone who ever tastes them raves about them. Perfect every time! Michael 2 Like Reply 16h
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Steve-O always knows how to take an otherwise operational, smoothly flowing environment, and transform it into utter chaos. In this case, Steve-O makes an omelette with Gordon Ramsay. You can see some sort of giddy anticipation building in Steve-O's eyes as they wrap up the cooking process. And then boom. He's leaving the roast master Gordon Ramsay at a loss for words as he takes a shot of hot sauce to the eyeball. 

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Turns out you don't need a full orchestra to recreate the sound of a movie about to start. You just need a frying pan and...what is that, eggs? Next do the THX sound on breakfast.

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Man Lies To Wife About Terrible Cooking, It Backfires Terribly

This caring husband learned a tough lesson in the value of telling the truth, when it comes to your partner's cooking. In his case, it sounds like he was really trying to do the right thing. Unfortunately, his pursuit toward doing the right thing resulted in a dinner party dealing with a gnarly case of food-related illness. Sounds like they'll get over it after the wife calms down. 

Guy lies to his wife about her terrible cooking, and it ends up backfiring in a terrible way with people getting sick over her recipe | post by Microdoted TIFU by trying spare my wife, and saying her cooking great. happened yesterday fallout happened about an hour ago
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Person Discovers Secret Family Recipe Came from a Can

This is some sticom-level family drama. Someone's lyin'-ass grandma has been pretending their secret fudge recipe is all special when in reality the exact same recipe can be found on the side of a can of evaporated milk. The real question is what to do with the information. For another dirty cheater, here's this reporter who won her office chili cook-off with store-bought chili.

Person discovers secret family fudge recipe is just from a can and thinks about what to do next | r/AmItheAsshole Posted by absolutirony WIBTA if told my family our "secret family recipe" came side can? Growing up every year around holidays my mom would make fudge story this amazing fudge recipe came her grandma who snagged famous candy maker. My mom didn't get recipe until she an adult and were always told couldn't have until were 30.
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Quora User Explains Why Cutting a Tomato Won't Cause an Explosion

We feel dumb admitting this, but we've definitely had this question too. Turns out there's a few reasons people don't frequently die in nuclear explosions every time someone tries to prepare a salad. For another interesting thing regarding the physics of nuclear explosions, here's the time tumblr uncovered the legend of the fastest manhole cover ever.

Quora user get answer to question of if cutting a tomato could split an atom | If cooking, and cut tomato, is there chance knife would split an atom while slices into tomato cause nuclear explosion?
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Reporter Uses Store-Bought Chili in Office Cook-Off, Beats Frustrated Coworker

Let's not mix up the facts here, she is a filthy cheater. That said, regarding her coworker, anyone who cares this much about an office chili cook-off may not have their priorities in order. It seems like no one here is that great of a person, but such it is in the cut-throat world of office chili cook-offs. For some office stuff, here's a twitter thread about an umbrella that locked out an entire company for days, and here are funny office notes.

Reporter uses store bought chili in work cookoff.
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Described as vinegar-ey but without reportedly containing any vinegar, Leslie Horton's artichoke dip went horribly wrong. She admitted it, but for some reason still brought it in to share. And they still ate it. And they paid for it. Not a good look.

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Man Offers Woman $5 A Meal For Her Cooking, People Call Him Creepy

This guy asked the people of Reddit whether or not he was a jerk for asking his neighbor "Katie" to factor him in for her daily homemade meal regimen. Apparently he lost one of his part-time gigs and not being able to afford takeout, figured this was the next best bet. My dude, begging your neighbor for cheap homemade meals is not the way to handle business. Sounds like she was offended, and can you really blame her?

Man offers a woman $5 a meal for her cooking, and people on Reddit label him creepy.
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Redditors Share The Biggest Mistakes In Cooking

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share the biggest mistakes we'd all do well to avoid making while in the kitchen baking/cooking. Things like microwaving your salad, trying to catch a falling knife, and using ketchup as pasta sauce are all prime examples of big no no's in the kitchen. 

A collection of AskReddit users share their biggest mistakes when it comes to cooking.
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