Can you Microwave Regular Hot dogs?

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    I don't have another microwave BMJ :( How am I going to microwave hot dogs now :( But once I get another microwave, I'll make hot dogs for everyone, but you will all have to give me your address...and credit card number. If you give me your SS I will also mail you some potatoe chips.
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    Back to hot dogs, I've always put holes in my hot dogs before nuking them. I think it helps to keep them from splitting, but I really don't know. I just do it because that's the way my mom taught me to do it.
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    anyone ever try microwaving a grape?

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    I microwaved my XP install CD and got a nice blue screen - no change there then
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    i love mic'n CDs

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    If you put a cd in the microwave it sucks you into a rainbow dimention.

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    And yea, hot dogs... heat them in the microwave in a bowl, with the brine. Works a charm.
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    >>i love mic'n CDs
    Is it true that if you nuke them, they crack into pretty spiderweb/lightning patterns?
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    Yea, wouldn't leave it in for too long.. but the effect is visually impressive
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    yea its bewcause of the film they are coated in. The film cracks and sparks off itsself. The result is a bunch of "lightning" and a cd that looks like a desert floor. Seven seconds is about the max for this trick, as it only takes about 3.

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