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RuHo 04-13-2014 03:41 PM

List of croatian inventions that benefit MANKIND
 
1)the necktie

RuHo 04-13-2014 03:41 PM

sorry can't think of any more

Redrum 04-13-2014 03:43 PM

Vegeta

Shit is the bomb

RuHo 04-13-2014 03:45 PM

[QUOTE=Redrum;25303822]Vegeta

Shit is the bomb[/QUOTE]

holy fuck a processed bag of slop for emptyheaded peasants


I am thoroughly impressed

does it taste like hay

bloody auntie 04-13-2014 03:46 PM

the redbum

RuHo 04-13-2014 03:51 PM

redbum eats slop made by bosnian scientists before and after his turnip vodka shots

Redrum 04-13-2014 03:55 PM

The dish draining closet is a Finnish invention by Maiju Gebhard, intended to speed up the drying up of washed dishes, or even to make the entire drying phase unnecessary. It was developed in the Finnish Association for Work Efficiency from 1944 to 1945. The Finnish Invention Foundation has named it as one of the most important Finnish inventions of the millennium.

The inspiration for the dish draining closet was a Swedish dish draining holder, which was kept on a table. Gebhard noticed that most families never used the holder, but instead dried the washed dishes by hand and moved them directly to the storage closet or cupboard. Gebhard's idea was to put the dish draining holder in the closet above the dish washing table (sideboard or counter top), so the dishes could drain dry in place. This way, an entire phase of normal household upkeep could be skipped. According to Gebhard's calculations, the average housewife spent almost 30,000 hours of her life washing and drying dishes.[1]

Enso-Gutzeit started producing dish draining closets in 1948. Since 1954, dish draining closets were made of plastic-coated steel wire to help keep them clean. The measurements for the closets were standardised in 1982.

The cabinets have an open bottom that allows for the water to drain directly into the sink below.















































[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/P8Wm2ER.jpg[/IMG]


ROFL

Xcric 04-13-2014 03:58 PM

that chick with the tits i went to high school with.

RuHo 04-13-2014 03:58 PM

It has a purpose

what about a tie

Xcric 04-13-2014 03:59 PM

[QUOTE=Redrum;25303841]


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/P8Wm2ER.jpg[/IMG]


ROFL[/QUOTE]

why is the dish soap named fairy?

bloody auntie 04-13-2014 04:00 PM

[QUOTE=Redrum;25303841]The dish draining closet is a Finnish invention by Maiju Gebhard, intended to speed up the drying up of washed dishes, or even to make the entire drying phase unnecessary. It was developed in the Finnish Association for Work Efficiency from 1944 to 1945. The Finnish Invention Foundation has named it as one of the most important Finnish inventions of the millennium.

The inspiration for the dish draining closet was a Swedish dish draining holder, which was kept on a table. Gebhard noticed that most families never used the holder, but instead dried the washed dishes by hand and moved them directly to the storage closet or cupboard. Gebhard's idea was to put the dish draining holder in the closet above the dish washing table (sideboard or counter top), so the dishes could drain dry in place. This way, an entire phase of normal household upkeep could be skipped. According to Gebhard's calculations, the average housewife spent almost 30,000 hours of her life washing and drying dishes.[1]

Enso-Gutzeit started producing dish draining closets in 1948. Since 1954, dish draining closets were made of plastic-coated steel wire to help keep them clean. The measurements for the closets were standardised in 1982.

The cabinets have an open bottom that allows for the water to drain directly into the sink below.















































[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/P8Wm2ER.jpg[/IMG]


ROFL[/QUOTE]

i think i have that mug that's on the top shelf

Xcric 04-13-2014 04:00 PM

[QUOTE=RuHo;25303844]It has a purpose

what about a tie[/QUOTE]

ties serve the purpose of keeping tie makers in business, duh.

bloody auntie 04-13-2014 04:01 PM

[QUOTE=Xcric;25303845]why is the dish soap named fairy?[/QUOTE]

because it is you faggot

RuHo 04-13-2014 04:01 PM

[QUOTE=Xcric;25303845]why is the dish soap named fairy?[/QUOTE]

because "faggot" was too obvious

RuHo 04-13-2014 04:02 PM

but back on topic, here is a revised list:

1)the necktie
2)some odd fucking vegetable slop for peasants


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