Since we had a discussion on the BBQ board I thought we could bring it here.So, does anyone plan to use their pan as a weapon?AC *inquiring*
So, does anyone plan to use their pan as a weapon?Well, the first attempt at a comment about my 12" skillet being too heavy for my wife to injur me with came out incredibly dirty.That said, I'd have to think Cast Iron wouldn't really be the way to go with weaponry, unless you were looking for something to drop on someones head. It is really to brittle to last long whacking someone with it. At least I think it would be, I haven't tested this out.I've got a really small lodge skillet that I could probably use as a projectile. It's like 5", a 14 oz can of diced tomatoes just fits in it.Ford
AC, I don't plan to use any of my cast iron skillets as a weapon butyour question cause me to have a great memory. I will share it.My Granny was about 87 years old and living with my auntie, she was loosing her memory. My Auntie ask her to do something and Grannythought she was being mean so she picked up the first thing she sawand hit Auntie over the head with it... Cast iron skillet... I betthat hurt.
So, does anyone plan to use their pan as a weapon?AC *inquiring*May I ax why you are inquiring, AC?People who know me well, know that I am not normally a violent person. But, if you would like to stop by and that's what you would like to try, I kin give it a whirl. First, how many wacks would you like? <g> Bob <- Once tied my now estranged spouse to bed posts wid barbed wire and beat her wid a rubber hose - dunno why she left... I gnew she din't like it, at first, but I felt sure she would learn to grow wid it.
First, how many wacks would you like? <g> Is anyone else hearing Bugs Bunny and Pete Puma in their head?http://www.audiomicro.com/free-looney-toons-sound-clips-pete...AC *a whole lotta lumps*
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