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Fireplace humor

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by maverick06, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. hotprinter

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    Okay, it is this one looks more like a SMOKER than a HEATER. I would NOT want to eat that smoked fish. Yuck…

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  2. woodchip

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    At first I thought it was a home made methane gas fire.

    Then I realised it was just a crappy smoker...........
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    They either had New Mexico Chile's or they are smoking brown trout.
  4. maverick06

    maverick06 Minister of Fire

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    how do you stack your wood? i usually just do it in lines... how boring!

    this guy has a better way to do it
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    too much free time!
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    Huntindog1 Minister of Fire

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    Of course my wood is dry... Why do you ask?

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  12. ScotO

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    EEEWWW.....one thing's fer sure. That sausage would taste like chit!!
  13. ScotO

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    I personally like the third picture (the stump in the fireplace). Finally, a way to get rid of those pesky stumps!

    Betcha that thing will hold a 24 hour burn with that stump......
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    Extra points for anyone who can guess what a Newfie is... No Googling!
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    You sold me this piece of junk and it smoking up my house. I'd like a full refund and extra money for all the time I spent installing it to your specs...

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  16. ScotO

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    That's a trap, FyreBug.......all plumbers know that keeps the 'stink' out of yo 'sink'.

    Probably not a very good idea to have a trap on a fluepipe, though...:rolleyes:;lol
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    Newfoundlander?
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    Headed for the Inglenook now...here we go...
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    You got it... didnt cheat right?
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    Didn't need to...it was too easy. ;lol
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    As someone who's spent wayyy too much time in frigid temps using kybos on construction sites.....I'm surprised an enterprising individual didnt rig one of those stoves up already.;lol

    Although I do remember quite a few yrs back occassionally seeing scrap lumber burning in an empty 55 gallon barrel if the jobsite was outside city limits....Nice way to warm hands & feet when the building wasnt totally enclosed or the temp heat installed yet.
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    I am just glad this thread was not called "Bad Day at the office for the hearth service technician"
  23. Thistle

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    Does that meet USPS regulations I wonder? ;hm
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    Having lived in NL for two years I can tell you that I know what a Newfie is, however if you head west of Ontario all Atlantic Canadians are called Newfies :)

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