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By Drim - / Wednesday 25 November 2009 17:52 / Canada
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wow some people are being really mean. try calling the company and telling them their pan killed your oven. perhaps they'll cover the repair/ new oven costs.

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Thrifty???? Is that some kind of weird american word?? Will someone please explain in english!?!?!? Thankyou in advance

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If you don't know how to speak English, and you obviously don't if you are unfamiliar with a common word like thrifty, try getting yourself an English dictionary.

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did you even look at the pan before you bought it? It's pretty obvious to tell if its MELTING material. YDI for being stupid and cheap. We're in a recession, not the 2nd great depression.

wow some people are being really mean. try calling the company and telling them their pan killed your oven. perhaps they'll cover the repair/ new oven costs.

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"Sue the bastards!" was my first reaction, too, but then I realized that there *isn't* any kind of metal that would melt on a regular stove. It had to have been a plastic toy, or other non-pan thing that OP tried to use as a pan. FYL for not being able to tell cookware from non-cookware.

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There IS a metal that can melt like that. Its that type of metal they use for prank spoons. The one where you stir something with and half the spoon dissapears(melts/ dissolves in drink) when you take it out.

I just moved and have no cookware and can't afford to buy any pans or takeout until next payday. I feel your pain : /

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