Chlorine to the Gene Pool

#1
Although it may be rather rude and distasteful of me to say this, BUT...............................

Who in the right mind would think that it would be ok to pour a fuel into a container close to the Naked Flame of an oven.

Ms/Mrs/Miss Hill, how ****ing dumb must you be to carry out that task, without incuring any repercusions.

You are my nomination of this years Darwin Award.
 
#2
And you win the "already been done today,use the ****ing search function" award
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#3
I was going to say "Done, here http://www.arrse.co.uk/naafi-bar/179517-darwin-award-safe-handling-fuel-goes-too.html"

But I was beaten to it.
 
#4
If you're not experienced or had no experience of handling fuel how would you know...they didn't teach petrol handling as part of the 'home economics' class whilst i was at school.

it's no different from the fools that use a lighter to read the instructions on a firework
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#5
And for some reason the link doesn't work.



But you all get the idea.
 
#6
If you're not experienced or had no experience of handling fuel how would you know...they didn't teach petrol handling as part of the 'home economics' class whilst i was at school.

it's no different from the fools that use a lighter to read the instructions on a firework
For the safety of my faith in humanity, please tell me you are ****ing joking?
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#8
For the safety of my faith in humanity, please tell me you are ****ing joking?
Sadly, he isn't. YTF do you think that the instructions tell you not to use a nekkid flame?
 
#9
For the safety of my faith in humanity, please tell me you are ****ing joking?
I'm afraid not - Bonfire night brings out the nutter in some folks...and some of them give sparklers to children cos they're pretty and sparkly

Many of the burns suffered by younger children are caused by sparklers. "Never give a sparkler to children under five," continued Carol. "They get very hot indeed - six times the temperature that cooking oil can reach - and children's skin is much more sensitive than adults' so burns can be much more severe for them."
 
#10
You have faith in humanity?!:shock:
About a pin head amount. That is now gone.

Sadly, he isn't. YTF do you think that the instructions tell you not to use a nekkid flame?
I've never read the instructions, I didn't think they'd need more instructions other than 'Light here'. Get the **** away from the exploding thing I thought would be common sens- Ah. I see the problem. Common sense ain't that common.
 
#11
Although it may be rather rude and distasteful of me to say this, BUT...............................

Who in the right mind would think that it would be ok to pour a fuel into a container close to the Naked Flame of an oven.

Ms/Mrs/Miss Hill, how ****ing dumb must you be to carry out that task, without incuring any repercusions.

You are my nomination of this years Darwin Award.
She would fail the selection process as she has already added her genes to teh pool and is not dead. The concept of the award was to die before you could currupt the gene pool.
 
#12
Maybe she'll die anyway. Seems likely and well deserved.
 
#13
I'm afraid not - Bonfire night brings out the nutter in some folks...and some of them give sparklers to children cos they're pretty and sparkly

Many of the burns suffered by younger children are caused by sparklers. "Never give a sparkler to children under five," continued Carol. "They get very hot indeed - six times the temperature that cooking oil can reach - and children's skin is much more sensitive than adults' so burns can be much more severe for them."
No wonder the little ******* grow up thinking it's OK to fill up a petrol container in a kitchen with the stove on. Let 'em get burned by sparklers a few times (and ISTR you never got burned by a ****ing sparkler, just pretty little sparks) and they'll realise it's "stoopid". And never been shown how to handle fuel? FFS, you'll be telling me they need a H&S course to climb a stepladder and put up bunting for the Jubilee next!
 
#14
I was going to say "Done, here http://www.arrse.co.uk/naafi-bar/179517-darwin-award-safe-handling-fuel-goes-too.html"

But I was beaten to it.
A bit like herself, only she is very well done !
 
#15
I was rather disappointed with David Cameron of the Nasty Party joining the grief-whore crowd saying that his 'heart went out ' to the lady.

He would probably have got a lot more credibility with the public by saying "When I heard what the silly cow was doing, I pissed myself laughing like you lot did. I mean, honestly! You are all grown ups. We put big labels on flammable things for a reason. NO, sorry lady. I'm not carrying the can for your idiocy."

Petrol, lit ovens and idiocy don't mix, strike or no strike.
Now, if you will excuse me, I need to go and fire up the Puffing Billy in the kitchen.
 
#17
Tbf a flameproof suit and a robot wouldnt save you from evil that is/a puffing billy.
 
#20
What is this shit about bonfire night, it's the one time of year a large group of drunken males can get together and **** around with lovely colourful explosive powders.

Nobody will remove the joy of attaching four rockets to a beer can and attempting to light them at the same time, fail and then run like **** because there is a beer can doing mach 3 around your garden.
 

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