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Woman starts her day with an egg-xplosion

By The Nation

 

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A woman’s breakfast turned deadly when she had to be admitted to hospital with third-degree burns after the eggs she was cooking in a microwave exploded.

 

Chadakan Tae, who posted photographs of herself with burns on the face and neck, wrote of her experience on Facebook, and advised people to immediately treat burns with saline and ice before heading to hospital.

 

Many netizens sympathised with her, while others advised her to prick the egg before microwaving it.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30392352

 

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She should have pricked in before she put in or maybe she left it in for too long .

Leaving it in for five minutes  is usually long enough, if you leave in for longer than that , it usually explodes  and it can all go over her face , if you are in the process of taking it out 

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7 minutes ago, Susco said:

It's a lesson I learned long ago, not to cook or fry eggs in a microwave...................after numerous times having to clean the microwave and even the kitchen ceiling

So that's what you have for high tea.

 

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Cool with Ice water Yes, Saline ??? how many people keep sterilised bottles of saline at home? Ordinary salt and water not a good idea.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

others advised her to <deleted> the egg before microwaving it.

Why would your bird wanna get 'wabed after you've p-rick her eggs .. to use the metaphor .. 

Yours Sincerely 

Confused .. 

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1 hour ago, Susco said:

It's a lesson I learned long ago, not to cook or fry eggs in a microwave...................after numerous times having to clean the microwave and even the kitchen ceiling

The way to do it is to put water in a bowl, crack the egg in it and put that in the nukemachine, drain the water after done. Very nice texture and especially good when runny over toast. 

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As i red once, any kind of water will do. The burn continues in your skin and make it worse.

Also chemical burns. Instant treat with water for long time.

If clothes are involved, never to take the clothes out, as that can rips the skin in a very bad way. 

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37 minutes ago, xtrnuno41 said:

As i red once, any kind of water will do. The burn continues in your skin and make it worse.

Yes, even after getting rid of the hot liquid the damage continues. Treat with icy or cold running water until almost numb. I know some don't recommend too cold water but it worked fine with snow back in the arctic. Hurts like %¤#¤%# though.

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Egg explosion I thought this had something to do with her and sex and pregnant. 

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1) She didn't cook the eggs whilst still in the shell did she ? :whistling:

 

2) "A woman’s breakfast turned deadly..." - hyperbole much ?

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What can also explode if microwaved too long. 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

while others advised her to <deleted> the egg before microwaving it.

Nah I better not ... !

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That's no yoke!🙄

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