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Things a Woman in a White Chiffon Gown Shouldn.t Do... ๐Ÿ˜ฎโ—  

Paulxx001 64M
9420 posts
6/1/2021 11:50 am

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Things a Woman in a White Chiffon Gown Shouldn.t Do... ๐Ÿ˜ฎโ—


Certain things in life just aren't done.

Eating a cherry popsicle in the blazing July sun while wearing a white chiffon gown would be one.

Smoking a cigarette in a car with a inside โ€” unless you crack the window open would be another.

And passing out phony twenty dollar bills at the gas station could be a third.

They're all BAD ideas. Yesterday, I accidentally stumbled upon another one.

I was rummaging through my overcrowded closet, searching for 'eclectic' yet rarely worn items to pass onto the less privileged. I was also multi-tasking by cooking in the kitchen. That was a huge fucking mistake.

I never rev up my stove without supervising the proceedings yet โ€” for some messed up reason โ€” I'd quickly drifted into my bedroom for what I thought would be a minute. When I smelled smoke, I ran to my kitchen. What the FUCK? (*or replace with your favorite expression of shock.*)

The flames from the grease in the frying pan had reached the draft hood over my stove. I didn't panic until I couldn't find the lid to that fucking frying pan. It's then that I started to weigh other options. (*By the way, there aren't too many when you're dealing with a grease fire.*) Pouring that blaze down the sink seemed like my only alternative. (*I know, but I wasn't thinking clearly.*)

Before I could make it to the sink, the gloves with which I'd picked up the pan proved useless in preventing my hands from burning. Those towering flames had now singed my ceiling with black swirls. I placed the pan on the floor, reached into the cupboard for the first oversized lid I found and succeeded in starving that inferno. Unfortunately, there were consequences.

In all my years of cooking, I've NEVER had a fire. As proof of my stupidity, I now had a blackened ceiling and a charred floor, not to mention โ€” my scorched ego. After all my experience and decades of prudence, I had finally learned my lesson the hard way.

Never clean your closet while frying.

I was selective and generous with what I gave away. Although let's face it, would a homeless person truly appreciate their first opportunity to wear a designer pair of 'Yves St. Laurent' pants? I don't think they'd be impressed, even if they noticed the label โ€” but I'd hope so.

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*Note to anyone paying attention; grease fires are a bitch!
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Does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?



Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 11:57 am

Everyone Has some sort of horror story SOMEWHERE in your house or garage ot tailor , or maybe you've been lucky? ๐Ÿค”

Tips or words of advice?


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 12:10 pm

I think I'm going to have to paint the kitchen.
*UGH *


LadyLuck2 65F  
9056 posts
6/1/2021 1:02 pm

Flour puts out grease fires. Keep a bag nearby to smother the flames. When I was packing my RV to move to Florida I gave away suits, leather jackets with matching skirts and slacks, leather coats, etc. to a charity that provides clothing for women in shelters needing clothes for job interviews, etc. I also gave away about 50 pairs of high heels and purses. Take care of your burns!

Never ignore those who care for you
you will have lost diamonds
while you were collecting stones


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 1:57 pm

Yep... just checking..๐Ÿ˜Š
It's... *TRAILER*...
โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


flannel_light 59F  
4019 posts
6/1/2021 2:24 pm

Well dear friend you could go get a fire extinguisher and put it in your house and grab it when that happens again don't feel bad when my daughter was little she locked herself in the bathroom and I had to call the fire department to unlock it but I was ironing and the iron fell on the floor and our in house so luckily they weren't no damage except they had to replace part of the floor from the iron. But the suit makes the man

The Light is shinning and she is lonely and waiting in the darkness.


seastheday4u 64M/65F
340 posts
6/1/2021 3:15 pm

From one Paul to another be careful man I am 64 also


sexyldy1000 60F  
9187 posts
6/1/2021 3:38 pm

I think any type of house fire is one of the scariest experiences to go through. One of the Top causes is exactly what you described....leaving cooking unattended. Thank goodness you noticed and reacted when you did so that the results weren't more devastating. According to a study done by the American Psychological Association, the way a man dresses significantly affects how a woman rates his attractiveness.

Stimulate my mind and letโ€™s see what happens.
Be That One


justskin1 69M
12686 posts
6/1/2021 3:38 pm

My second, now Ex, wife had a grease fire once. Left the kitchen for a "moment". Heard the woomp of ignition and ran in. Put the lid on the pot but the flames started out the sides. Grabbed potholders and towels, walked it flaming through the living room and tossed it out on the brick patio.
Our fireman neighbor saw her do it and told her he thought that was a neat trick but not smart. That was the pots first and last use.
Fortunately we were planning on remodeling the kitchen. Just had to do it a tad sooner than expected.
Hope you did not get burned too bad.

If you see me in the real world, come say "Hi Justskin."

I always behave. Preferably not well.


superbjversion2 66F
23430 posts
6/1/2021 6:50 pm

And that is why I don't fry.

I'm glad it wasn't worse for you.

Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation bangs on the door forever!


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 6:55 pm

    Quoting LadyLuck2:
    Flour puts out grease fires. Keep a bag nearby to smother the flames. When I was packing my RV to move to Florida I gave away suits, leather jackets with matching skirts and slacks, leather coats, etc. to a charity that provides clothing for women in shelters needing clothes for job interviews, etc. I also gave away about 50 pairs of high heels and purses. Take care of your burns!
My burns were minor : more burns to my
ego and floor!
Thanks for the tip. I
won't leave my stove unattended when I'm using grease! ๐Ÿ‘
I know people would appreciate what you gave away. โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


scoupe42 58M  
12559 posts
6/1/2021 6:56 pm

3 stories into one the women in the Chiffon gown, the stove fire and the buring pan, and unappreicate homeless man,. It caught my attention


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 6:59 pm

    Quoting flannel_light:
    Well dear friend you could go get a fire extinguisher and put it in your house and grab it when that happens again don't feel bad when my daughter was little she locked herself in the bathroom and I had to call the fire department to unlock it but I was ironing and the iron fell on the floor and our in house so luckily they weren't no damage except they had to replace part of the floor from the iron. But the suit makes the man
lol I have one, but THAT
would have been a HUGE mess; good tip though! ๐Ÿ‘
Nah... SOME men, will make the suit! ๐Ÿ˜Žโ—โ—

I've seen proof... ๐Ÿ˜Š


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 7:01 pm

    Quoting seastheday4u:
    From one Paul to another be careful man I am 64 also
Will do; THAT, was a historical first... and last!
You can never let your guard down near fire.
Good safety tip! ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ˜Žโ—โ—


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 7:14 pm

    Quoting sexyldy1000:
    I think any type of house fire is one of the scariest experiences to go through. One of the Top causes is exactly what you described....leaving cooking unattended. Thank goodness you noticed and reacted when you did so that the results weren't more devastating. According to a study done by the American Psychological Association, the way a man dresses significantly affects how a woman rates his attractiveness.
I know right?
I didn't think that I even noticed it ; it was more of a 'sixth sense' thing where I felt something, if you know what I mean.
Yeah... Fires are spooky and something that I never want to be a part of.

Women notice a man's wardrobe? ๐Ÿค” Hmmm... Good thing my profile has no ratty underwear pics. I made sure to take those OFF before I pressed the shutterโ€” on some pics. ๐Ÿ˜Žโ— โ— Honesty is a good policy, no? ๐Ÿค” โ—


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 7:20 pm

    Quoting justskin1:
    My second, now Ex, wife had a grease fire once. Left the kitchen for a "moment". Heard the woomp of ignition and ran in. Put the lid on the pot but the flames started out the sides. Grabbed potholders and towels, walked it flaming through the living room and tossed it out on the brick patio.
    Our fireman neighbor saw her do it and told her he thought that was a neat trick but not smart. That was the pots first and last use.
    Fortunately we were planning on remodeling the kitchen. Just had to do it a tad sooner than expected.
    Hope you did not get burned too bad.
The slight burn was more of a scare and a reminder of how bad it might have been. I

It was my first ever grease fire ๐Ÿ”ฅ and I wasn't ready ; lesson learned. But it did scare crap outta me.

Sounds like your adventure was a close one!
Stay safe! ๐Ÿ˜Žโ—


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 7:29 pm

    Quoting superbjversion2:
    And that is why I don't fry.

    I'm glad it wasn't worse for you.
mmm... Good safety tip.

Although, this is the first f-up in my career.
I guess it mighta been worse; I could be posting blogs from the homeless shelter.
Most have WI-FI right? ๐Ÿค”


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 7:32 pm

    Quoting scoupe42:
    3 stories into one the women in the Chiffon gown, the stove fire and the buring pan, and unappreicate homeless man,. It caught my attention
lol ๐Ÿ˜‚... Yep, it caught my attention as well.
Every once in a while โ€” ya get 'one of those days, ya know what I mean? ๐Ÿค”
Yep... โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


PonyGirl1965 55F
18966 posts
6/1/2021 10:18 pm

Holy moly don't do that! You scared the bejeezus out of me. You know chiffon is a man made fabric and will melt when exposed to heat? That crap will melt to your skin and if you were commando ... Oh my goodness. Be careful please.


author51 58F
123404 posts
6/1/2021 10:58 pm

I am so glad you are okay my friend and hope there was not much damage done to your kitchen..That would have scared the crap out of me also..xoxo


lunchandconvo 51F
3705 posts
6/1/2021 11:14 pm

oy! i don't fry! i suck at it!!
glad you are safe... XO!


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 11:21 pm

    Quoting PonyGirl1965:
    Holy moly don't do that! You scared the bejeezus out of me. You know chiffon is a man made fabric and will melt when exposed to heat? That crap will melt to your skin and if you were commando ... Oh my goodness. Be careful please.
No chiffon in my kitchen but point taken ; I'll watch out next time!
Ya never blew up your kitchen or am I the only one? ๐Ÿค” omg lol
It's my first and LAST blaze! โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 11:41 pm

    Quoting lunchandconvo:
    oy! i don't fry! i suck at it!!
    glad you are safe... XO!
It is was a frightening light show! omg! lol ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/1/2021 11:45 pm

    Quoting author51:
    I am so glad you are okay my friend and hope there was not much damage done to your kitchen..That would have scared the crap out of me also..xoxo
I'm going to try to washing things before I venture into a paint store. I've learned my lesson, โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


anastasia666 43F  
2233 posts
6/2/2021 12:17 am

Paul,

Wow..Thank Goodness you are OK..Those kind of fires ,well any fire is, quite scary. Hope the burns heal soon. Same kind of thing happened to my Mom . She was frying a hamburger in the kitchen, heard some thing on tv in living room and stepped out of kitchen to check it .. I came walking by moments later and asked Mom, "Why is Champion ( my ginger Kitty ) staring at the Kitchen ?" Mom jumped up, saw the pan on fire and grabbed a pan lid to cover it..It could have been a lot worse.. I did laugh though as my Boy Kitty just sat there watching the flames..

Stay Safe Hugs,

Ana6

I done made the devil a deal
He made me pretty
He made me smart


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/2/2021 3:30 am

    Quoting anastasia666:
    Paul,

    Wow..Thank Goodness you are OK..Those kind of fires ,well any fire is, quite scary. Hope the burns heal soon. Same kind of thing happened to my Mom . She was frying a hamburger in the kitchen, heard some thing on tv in living room and stepped out of kitchen to check it .. I came walking by moments later and asked Mom, "Why is Champion ( my ginger Kitty ) staring at the Kitchen ?" Mom jumped up, saw the pan on fire and grabbed a pan lid to cover it..It could have been a lot worse.. I did laugh though as my Boy Kitty just sat there watching the flames..

    Stay Safe Hugs,

    Ana6
In the real world, people are rewarded for paying attention, aren't they? ๐Ÿค” lol ๐Ÿ˜‚
Yep, I'll be more vigilant next time.
It's annoying to have 'dropped the ball' so late in my cooking career. *ugh * โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž
Ever been to a bonfire? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


mc_justmc 61M  
6785 posts
6/2/2021 5:38 am

I've told my oldest G-girl to never leave the kitchen with water on to boil, but oil frying is a whole new level of dangerous.


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/2/2021 8:02 am

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    I've told my oldest G-girl to never leave the kitchen with water on to boil, but oil frying is a whole new level of dangerous.
Cast iron pan, a different type of oil and a smidgen of stupidity and whatcha get?
Fire in the kitchen, smoke on the ceiling and a blog on these pages.
One day it's possible I'll look back โ€” and laugh.
I think. ๐Ÿ˜ถ โ— โ—


smartasswoman 64F  
34991 posts
6/2/2021 11:02 am

Yikes! Glad you came through without setting your whole building on fire.

If it makes you feel any better, last week I forgot to turn off a burner under a skillet after I was done preparing something. Half hour later, in the living room watching TV, I noticed a slight "burny" smell... Just extra seasoning on the cast iron pan in this case!


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/2/2021 1:38 pm

    Quoting smartasswoman:
    Yikes! Glad you came through without setting your whole building on fire.

    If it makes you feel any better, last week I forgot to turn off a burner under a skillet after I was done preparing something. Half hour later, in the living room watching TV, I noticed a slight "burny" smell... Just extra seasoning on the cast iron pan in this case!
No, another's misery would NEVER make me feel like better. Glad to hear that you didn't blow anything up. ๐Ÿ˜ถ
Hmmm, I can imagine THAT one.
I'll be careful : you? ๐Ÿค” โ—โ—๐Ÿ˜Ž


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
6/8/2021 4:32 pm

    Quoting  :

It WAS a mess and grabbed my throat for a bunch of seconds. I learned my lesson after decades of โ€” supposed โ€” practise.
True, about that man vs suit Q; a blog for another day? ๐Ÿค”
Haven't seen you around, all's well? ๐Ÿ˜Žโ—โ—


silk_petal_rose 58F
2290 posts
8/16/2021 11:23 am

You have a fire extinguisher but didn't use it because of the mess it makes?????

silky...


Paulxx001 64M
21586 posts
8/16/2021 2:21 pm

    Quoting silk_petal_rose:
    You have a fire extinguisher but didn't use it because of the mess it makes?????
Correct! I'd had a messy experience once.
If I'd had baking powder or flour handy, I could have doused the flames in that manner.
Lesson learned (*one that I knew *) ; dont leave your frying pan unattended.
*UGH*
I guess it's never too late to get stupid. ๐Ÿ˜ฌโ—โ—


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