In the video it appears you are using a pint jar. You also mentioned it is about a soup can...
full. In that case, you couldn't have put your top marking up to 10 inches. They aren't that tall. So your's appeared to work without being close to a 90% alchohol. Explain please.
by Pamela Skelton 5 years ago
I "liked" two of my hubs to Facebook, but one appeared and one did not: what is the problem?
by Tammy 6 years ago
What is the proper etiquette for scooping jelly out of the jelly jar? Using a spoon or knife?My grandmother told me never to scoop jelly out of the jar with a knife. We were to use spoons. I am curious why that is and what the proper etiquette is. Could someone explain it please?
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
How do I create this vertical line. I don't see it on the keyboard. Also, what is it called?
by earnestshub 8 years ago
The doc says I have wayyyy to much iron in my body. "Of course I have, I worked with metal, some of it soaked in" I say, but he's not havin it! He reckons it's in my blood.I coulda told him that!Anyway I go to see him yesterday and he siphons off a pint of my blood! A PINT!!!!!!If I took...
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