Photo courtesy of Stephanie Nicol.
Found in Cleveland, imported from China.
Blows in technocolor
comes in a bottle
Hey, ladies; know any men who blow hot and cold?
All those sizes! Even 350mls would be one helluva weekend!
“High vacuum”…. well, that explains it. 😈
Also known as don lemonade.
Aa the girl from the Sperm Bank said. “Thank you sir, please come again.”
18/8 stainless steel cokware, can’t be hardened by heating and cooling.
@Marum: It isn’t the steel that needs to be hardened. 😉
BTW. 18/8 Stainless steel is basically:
18% Cr; 8% Ni, 0.8% C; 50% Fe. It is often called 304 grade. If it is really cheap it is probably not. A magnet will not stick to it. If a magnet does, it probably has no nickel, Probably 430 grade – possibly.
Also beware of cookware of unknown provenance. The Chinese cheap stuff often has lead added, to make it more workable/machineable. ie. softer.
If it sounds too good to be true.
It usually is….Marum.(The mad engineer – yup i did six months Blacksmithing in my original trade – loved it and still do)
Turkey baster sold separately.
For milking the bulls.
BTW.For they whom the assumption is, that I am implacably anti-Chinese, you are totally incorrect.
The Chinese manufacture to specification.
If I specify Cr 18; Ni 10; Si 0.15: C 0.8 and so on, by percentage. That is what I will get, and that is what I will pay for. And I will bloody well test it to make sure. There also will be a tolerance figure too. eg. + – 0.5%
If however, I order by minimum price, that too, is what I will get.
Adding Latin to Engrish is like adding rose petals to horse manure.
@DnT That is like the two homosexual blokes who went to an Egyptology exhibition.They were standing next to the sign which said sarcophagi, taking selfies.
2500ml! That’s quite ambitious.