Thinking Outside of the (Cake) Box
Get ambitious and decide to make a cake for a friend's birthday party. Mix ingredients together, pour into pan. Throw pan into oven for 30 minutes. Lick bowl clean.
Place now spit-laden bowl in the sink to be cleaned.** Notice that a) there is an extremely gay reindeer in your kitchen and b) there's something funky going on behind your faucet.
Whoa! Well, *that's* not right. Oh-kay...first a good scrubbing with the sponge and then try filling that in with that Caulk Singles sample.
Hmm, seems simple enough....
Go on a rampage and do the entire perimeter of the sink and the splashboard too. Turned out pretty damned nice. Even have about half a pack of caulk left.
Went on pretty smoothly once you got the hang of it. Only took about 15 minutes, though. What to do until the cake is done?
Killing time. Oooh, frosting!
Cake's done and has cooled off. Time to decorate it.
Curses! Mysteriously I have run out of white frosting, and the guests will be here soon! What to do?!?
Leftovers, you say?
I've got an idea...
Caulk Singles -- for *all* your kitchen needs!***
** GE Caulk Singles do not protect against salmonella. Just sayin'. `
***No cakes were harmed in the making of this blog entry. (burp)