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Horny idiots, those clothes look expensive. Their haste is about to set 'em back at least a hundred US dollars each, probably a fair bit more.

Unless she's going to make him pay, which is just bad planning and a waste of money that can be spent on non-uniform clothing.

HaroldRowsdower said:
Horny idiots, those clothes look expensive. Their haste is about to set 'em back at least a hundred US dollars each, probably a fair bit more.

Unless she's going to make him pay, which is just bad planning and a waste of money that can be spent on non-uniform clothing.

if you were in this situtation, would you honestly be worrying about the clothes?

Codyjones said:
if you were in this situtation, would you honestly be worrying about the clothes?

Yes. It's unnecessary to ruin them.

As a coastal boi i don't have a clue what that means either, but then again i am by no means a cook.

Boil in salted water i guess? Whatever difference that makes.

If my google-fu and living alone skills have taught me anything, the density of seawater is just making sure you boil the water with salt.

You are suppose to salt the water before boiling most ingredients, as the salt gives it more flavor and because salted water has a higher boiling point, the water will be hotter, which in turn cooks the pasta better.

ReUKing said:

If my google-fu and living alone skills have taught me anything, the density of seawater is just making sure you boil the water with salt.

You are suppose to salt the water before boiling most ingredients, as the salt gives it more flavor and because salted water has a higher boiling point, the water will be hotter, which in turn cooks the pasta better.

My wife is a chef, and you got gold star mate.

Though "as dense as sea water" is a little overboard. I put maybe half a teaspoon for twice what it looks like Reimu's got.


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