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Hawashingtonian | Oct 10, 201910:58 AM     3

Just saw this last night. One of the most painful things I've read. Here's a preview:

"My landlord needed to fix the sink handle or something and asked if I had a knife, then proceeded to grab my Yoshihiro damascus knife and use the tip to wrench something off the sink. I almost cried. Had to get a repair for the notch."

r/Cooking - My Asian mum threw away my single origin kalamata extra-virgin olive oil because it tasted bitter. What are your worst food disasters resulting from other people's well-meaning actions?

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