By Mia - 26/1/2019 02:00
Today, I wanted to bake some chocolate chip cookies. As the first load was done, I tasted a cookie and it tasted too salty. Thinking it was because of the pinch of salt, I added more sugar to the batter, only to realize that the sugar I've put into the whole batter was actually salt. FML
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By  Gofuckyourself  |  24

Hahaha the amount of times I've mixed the two up is too high 😂. Now, I have everything labelled lol.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  19

Now that's what I call a salty situation!

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  dedanjel  |  33

Some people put them in containers after they open the package, so that explains the possible lack of labeling. Not registering the different textures, I got nothing for

By  azerty_fml  |  14

These cookies must have been really really salty. How messed up are your tastebuds that you believe a bit of added sugar will cancel out that much saltness?

By  PenguinPal3017  |  19

Years ago when my spicy tolerance was much lower, had a can of spicy chili with lots of ketchup. It was a bit too spicy for me, so next time I added even more ketchup. Somehow it was even spicier. I looked at the ketchup bottle and it was spicy ketchup.