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Old March 9th, 2008, 06:07 PM
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Awe hiding stuff from parents sucks lol...cant they just be chill about stuff :P
my dad is a weird sort. fire and hard liquor scares the crap out of him. if he finds out about my stove, he would freak out, "youre going to burn the entire house down and everything i have worked for will be gone forever!" (he likes to mention his accomplishments at any given moment).
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Old March 9th, 2008, 09:34 PM
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deadra, just make sure to unplug it as soon as you are done with it. that way it can't "magically" turn on and burn yor house down.

I have a little portable stove top coil burner. I love it. It's the only think I use when I light any coals. but I have a slight case of ocd and so I freak myself out if i turned it off, even though i know 100% that I did. It's even so bad as too making my fiance turn around after we're like 10 minutes down the road!! just to make sure it's off. I'm soooooo worried i'm going to forget / or think i turned it off and then BAM burnt kitties

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Old March 9th, 2008, 09:41 PM
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also, if you're using it outside (some people don't want the CO in their house when the coals start) you can take a colander like this:


and just turn it upside down and put it over the burner. That way, the coals will heat up faster and not be affected by wind and cold weather
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