the smell of electric heaters.

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the smell of electric heaters.
« on: 31/10/2007 08:15:03 »
when an electric heater is turned on, and begins warming up, it has a distinctive smell. But what is the smell?

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« Reply #1 on: 31/10/2007 09:25:56 »
The one I am most aware of tends to be burning dust - but then, maybe you have a more dust free house than I.

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« Reply #2 on: 31/10/2007 13:15:30 »
Usually, singeing dust. Especially at the start of the winter season, or otherwise when the heater has not been used for some time.
Blowing the dust out before switching on (depending on the type of appliance) can reduce the smell.
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« Reply #3 on: 31/10/2007 16:59:07 »
Roast pork?
Dust is mainly shed skin cells, after all.

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« Reply #4 on: 31/10/2007 17:03:31 »
when an electric heater is turned on, and begins warming up, it has a distinctive smell. But what is the smell?
Burnt Rabbit's fur. Guess why... [;)]

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« Reply #5 on: 31/10/2007 17:58:45 »
Burnt Rabbit's fur. Guess why... [;)]

Is that what she was wearing when you disrobed her, and carelessly allowed her clothes to fall upon the electric heater, and then having to embarrassingly be rescued by the fire brigade while still oblivious of the fact that the heat you feel is more than mere passion.

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« Reply #6 on: 31/10/2007 18:26:51 »



[man, I was SO thinking of a post here but George did it way better than I could!]
 [;D]

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« Reply #7 on: 31/10/2007 20:35:51 »
GEORGE, YOU DOG,



YOU NEED TO LET YOUR MIND DO THIS MUCH MORE OFTEN !!
WUNDERBAR !!!!!!


               
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« Reply #8 on: 31/10/2007 23:28:24 »
Burnt Rabbit's fur. Guess why... [;)]

Is that what she was wearing when you disrobed her, and carelessly allowed her clothes to fall upon the electric heater, and then having to embarrassingly be rescued by the fire brigade while still oblivious of the fact that the heat you feel is more than mere passion.
What the...How come you got this information? Are you an english agent?
(I should have thought that she was working for MI5!)

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« Reply #9 on: 01/11/2007 01:03:57 »


George, I'm shocked!......and impressed. [;D] [;D]
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