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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-22-2006, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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I hate Tupperware.

What's it with women and F(&*$)&[email protected])(#*&$ TUPPERWARE !!!

Stupid f*&(*)&*&)(*& plastic pots. They cost an arm and a leg and then you can't put them in the friggin microwave, can't put them in the dishwasher, can't do this can't do that, and they get all upset if someone messes with their stupid little friggin potties.

a 2 cent plastic cup does just as well and isn't so fussy about what you use it for.

Sorry. Had to vent.


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My wife said the Micro is not good for it but it won't harm it either unless you really cook it... lol and the dishwasher...... errr no problems there she says

Sounds like you are getting :mumowned lol



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My wife said the Micro is not good for it but it won't harm it either unless you really cook it... lol and the dishwasher...... errr no problems there she says

Sounds like you are getting :mumowned lol

US Spec tupperware must be better.
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Yeah I got :mumownedalright...

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post #6 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-22-2006, 10:49 AM
 
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why wouold anybody buy "tupperware" when you can buy other products that are as good, 1/4 of the price, and can go in the diswasher and micro?

ever hear of gladware?
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Gladware is the bomb!
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I probably have about 50 things of gladware HAHA thats some good stuff!!
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disposable!!!!

take my lunch to work in it everyday!

gladware is cool...


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I'm on the Gladware bandwagon too, lol. But we put our Tupperware/Rubbermaid stuff in the dishwasher...we just put it on the top shelf so the heating element isn't that close to it.


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What's it with women and F(&*$)&[email protected])(#*&$ TUPPERWARE !!!

Stupid f*&(*)&*&)(*& plastic pots. They cost an arm and a leg and then you can't put them in the friggin microwave, can't put them in the dishwasher, can't do this can't do that, and they get all upset if someone messes with their stupid little friggin potties.

a 2 cent plastic cup does just as well and isn't so fussy about what you use it for.

Sorry. Had to vent.




:imwst I hate Tupperware as well... not worth the money.. the other stuff works just as well and if the dishwasher or micro eats it.. I didn't lose much... :
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