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Thread: Proof of Texas Heat

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    I "branded" my finger on the door handle. It took me a minute to realize what happened & then to realize what branded me. :shock:
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    oh so sorry.

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    That's hot! Grab some aloe :)

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    Ouch

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    That is HOT!!!!!

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    Ouch!

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    That is just too unreal. Hope it heals quickly.

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    Wow!!! That is HOT, we've been having some record high temps here, too. Sorry about your finger, put some aloe on it and hopefully it'll feel better soon. :wink:

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    thank you. it doesn't hurt. I find it odd that I got burned because I've been using a washrag to open the door. Guess I didn't wrap the handle enough.

    first time I've ever burned my hand on a door knob...

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    OUCHIE

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    Wow, that's hot. Glad it doesn't hurt.

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    I have to wear leather gloves to get and out of hubby's truck. It's just to hot to touch. Hope your burn heals fast.

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    Hi all, I live in WI, and on the news this morning they showed someone had taken a batch of cookies and put them on a cookie sheet and put in the car on the way to work. When they arrived at work the cookies were baked and able to eat. Showed them in the car and the person eating one. Anyone hear of this???

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    wow....Our heat wave finally broke today! It rained as I was on my way home from meeting friends for some evening tea and as the rain hit the hot road I could see the steam rise! More people died during this heat advisory than in the tornados we had last spring!

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    Aloe vera gel really does work on a burn! I really hope this heat stops very soon, for everybody! Take care!

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    Ouch. The local news here were cooking pizza's on the sidewalk and cookies in a car lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandra
    Ouch. The local news here were cooking pizza's on the sidewalk and cookies in a car lol.
    It's been so hot that I wanted to see if bread would cook in the car.

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    I have a cousin in Plano, she sais she's not going to complain this winter !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilted Dogs
    Hi all, I live in WI, and on the news this morning they showed someone had taken a batch of cookies and put them on a cookie sheet and put in the car on the way to work. When they arrived at work the cookies were baked and able to eat. Showed them in the car and the person eating one. Anyone hear of this???
    does this mean they drove to work in a 350 degree car? Ouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilted Dogs
    Hi all, I live in WI, and on the news this morning they showed someone had taken a batch of cookies and put them on a cookie sheet and put in the car on the way to work. When they arrived at work the cookies were baked and able to eat. Showed them in the car and the person eating one. Anyone hear of this???
    I saw a picture of cookies baking on a cookie sheet. However, I doubt anyone was driving while that was going on.

    UPDATE on the burn - I nicked my finger & it 'leaked' a little. I think I will put a band-aid on it so I don't leak any more stuff & protect it in case I bump it on something. ::still amazed at the branding::

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