Baseball player Anthony Recker loves to give his stupid Christian fiancee a Dutch oven in bed at night, forcing her to gag on the delicious vile gases emitted from his lower bowel.
When you do a dutch oven and accidentally shit, it's standard protocol to say "honey, I burnt the turkey"
[quote]Apparently, Merman divorced Borgnine (after only 32 day) 'cause he gave her one Dutch oven too many.
Are you sure? I've heard that story before but with the names reversed.
When I was in college, one of my professors who was also a psychotherapist thought it was
"immature" of the wife to make an issue of her husband putting her in Dutch oven situation.
She told this to a classroom of several hundred people. She thought the wife lacked a
"sense of humor" or playfulness.
I think I would rather get a divorce than have that kind of sense of humor.
Husband Convicted Of Manslaughter After Dutch Oven Goes "Horribly Wrong"
Mr Brian Flannery was convicted of 2nd Degree Manslaughter today at Peckham Crown Court, receiving a 5 year suspended sentence for the accidental death of his wife, Gloria Flannery, by toxic suffocation, after he gave her a 'Dutch Oven' that went, as the Judge described it, 'horribly, horribly wrong'.
.....They argued that Mr Flannery had miscalculated two crucial factors which led to the tragic outcome. The first being Mrs Flannery's military tucking in of the 600 weight cotton sheets when she made the bed that morning, which created a near airtight seal . Secondly, Mr Flannery had neglected to remember that he had attended a long business lunch at an Indian restaurant on Brick Lane that day, at which he had consumed a dozen onion Bajees, eight Poppadom, six Samosas, and an extra large beef Vindaloo with garlic naan, all washed down with 8 pints of Guinness beer. The resulting trapped wind, which he released within a 6 inch proximity of Mrs Flannery's face, came in at around 6 litres gas of 95% methane by volume.
This is not a hoax, folks. Scientists out of the University of Exeter believe that smelling farts actually prevents cancer, among other diseases.
"Although hydrogen sulfide gas"—produced when bacteria breaks down food—"is well known as a pungent, foul-smelling gas in rotten eggs and flatulence, it is naturally produced in the body and could in fact be a healthcare hero with significant implications for future therapies for a variety of diseases," Dr. Mark Wood said in a university release.
Although the stinky gas can be noxious in large doses, scientists believe that a whiff here and there has the power to reduce risks of cancer, strokes, heart attacks, arthritis, and dementia by preserving mitochondria.
Researchers are even coming up with their own compound to emulate the smell's health benefits.
"We have exploited this natural process by making a compound, called AP39, which slowly delivers very small amounts of this gas specifically to the mitochondria," Professor Matt Whiteman, of the University of Exeter Medical School said. "Our results indicate that if stressed cells are treated with AP39, mitochondria are protected and cells stay alive."
So instead of getting upset the next time you catch a whiff... be thankful.
[quote]Scientists Say Smelling Farts Prevents Cancer
I'm gonna live forever!
[quote]Asking for a Dutch oven. How can one be clear when asking for such a thing.
Nonchalantly leave a catalog for Williams Smellaroma lying around?
This doesn't sound gay to me, it's simply gross. I doubt even twisted people would be turned on with something like this. Germany tried to make this popular in the 1940's with natural gas as their cleansing agent, but all 8 million human trials ended in disaster. Perseverance can also be a bad thing.
Well, smell you, Mary!
Is a dutch oven about the same as Wolfgans Puck's low pressure oven? My neighbor has one and she does say, it stinks.
They used to be called German ovens. After WWII, not so much.
The Germans almost doomed the development for a home microwave oven when they built that one that could seal 150. I guess that's when "cooking with gas' became so popular again.
Sounds like something the Nazis killed Jews with.
Anything that normally cooks in a Dutch oven would cook in one third the time in a pressure cooker.
That's what you really want, 0P.
Some of the European models are truly beautiful.
[quote]They used to be called German ovens. After WWII, not so much.
Never heard this, but it it's true, it likely would've happened after WWI, not WWII.
Is this a cooking thread?
[quote]Is this a cooking thread?
For those who can't be bothered to read.