21 November, 2006

Water cheats itself!

Water is known for its fluidity, so it can infiltrate through the smallest of holes and fark up whatever is behind the holes (like, a mother board). Very sneaky substance, water is!

But today I've noticed how this smartness plays against water: I've boiled some veggies (peas, loose corn, small carrots, etc.) and was distributing them by into dishes by sliding them over the top of the pan with a spoon, trying to not let water to get into the dishes. And since the veggies are quite small, water easily flows between them, cheating itself! Because instead of causing mess in my dish, as water likes to do, it stays in the pan!

Stupid water!

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