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    You put water in what?

    The "PUT SOME WATER IN IT" commercial at 3:59 is funny/relatable.



    I've stretched juice and cleaners (hand soap, dish soap, laundry detergent, shampoo and conditioner) with water. With the cleaners it's mostly to get the last bits out.

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    Juice. Leftover soup. Shampoo. When I was a kid we would occasionally water down milk. More out of laziness than economy, I think.

    "Not another mouth to feed... The soup's no thinker than sweat as it is."

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    Instead of leaving the hotcase setting on a temperature that sustains the required heat for safe eating, my coworker cranks it up to the max, and adds water to the food throughout the day (mac&cheese, mashed potatoes, pulled pork, etc.)

    Shitlord broils the food all day, quadruples the work, and destroys the quality of the food

    Just add water to it!
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    Other than liquid soap and shampoo/conditioner (and at least one of those is technically liquid soap), I think the only thing I add water to to stretch it is broth or stock that I'm using in place of plain water--and only when it comes up short. I was going to top it off with water anyway, might as well get as much of the good stuff in there as I can.

    Watered down food and drink always tastes watered down--unless it was too strong to begin with, like most commercial lemonade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roki View Post
    Instead of leaving the hotcase setting on a temperature that sustains the required heat for safe eating, my coworker cranks it up to the max, and adds water to the food throughout the day (mac&cheese, mashed potatoes, pulled pork, etc.)

    Shitlord broils the food all day, quadruples the work, and destroys the quality of the food

    Just add water to it!
    10x per hour
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