Originally Posted By: mountainmom2011
Originally Posted By: JonLaw
Originally Posted By: La Texican
Originally Posted By: La Texican
erase

Originally Posted By: La Texican
ditto


Originally Posted By: Michaela
ditto this now




So I'm sitting here cooking potatoes in the microwave. Sometimes, when I cook them for a long time (in their skin), they get kind of crispy.

I'm having a hard time optimizing it so that they don't burn, but get as crispy as possible. I don't think there's a good solution to this problem. I just have to accept that they will only ever get a little crispy on their ends before they start burning.


What a coincidence, I'm making potatoes right now too! Only I decided to use the oven instead of the microwave. LOL


Beyond way off-topic.  There's a snark-fest forum called "Trolls With Wooden Spoons" that's a spin-off of what used to be Mothering dot Commune.  I've looked at TWS maybe 3 times.  Once when it was too small to check often, once when it came up in a MDC thread.  And now, because this thread has so many weird spots, just to see if it showed up.  It's not there yet.  However, they mocked Mr. W for being accelerated in preschool.  And they mocked Davidson Gifted Discussion Forum for having a thread about Gifted Hygine Issues.  Obviously, they're just having a little fun.  


http://trollswithwoodenspoons.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=64423
"Kid does not like to shower? Hates to clean up after himself?  GYFTED!"

http://trollswithwoodenspoons.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=61675

"Gyfted school. Duh."


Came off of this sub forum called "other boards".
http://trollswithwoodenspoons.com/viewforum.php?f=5

You have to actually make an account there to read the board.  But I just wanted you to know a little more about the variety of lurkers reading your posts here.  Being online is a little like being on a Reality TV show. 

It's not to say we should walk on eggshells for them.  Just saying whatever you say really does get spread around the www.
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