February 17th, 2004

tank girl

Lessons in Food Preparation

Lessons in Food PreparationThere was blood on the walls, sliding down, thick and viscous over congealed residuum. Dripping in heavy, spattering globules to pool in the depressions.

Cooling, thickening puddles of gore that were surprisingly difficult to dislodge. Domestic cleaning products not generally aimed at removing the contents of exploded blood bags from the inside of white goods.

Spike had learned several things. To assume that plastic was non-microwave safe if not marked otherwise. Heating plastic affected the taste of food. But how was he to know that sealed containers exploded. Or that they could cover the inside of an appliance so readily.


open_on_sundaychallenge #47: livejournal mood: impressed
Part of the Microwave!verse