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How, how, HOW can adults seemingly machine-produce perfectly Saran-wrapped sandwiches? Mine always turn out as a ball of static plastic with the sandwich half-inserted.
i'm 50 and i never got the hang of cling wrap either.

loved your dad's stuff from the old original mac days, and now i love your stuff too! (found chapel through tom siddell's tumblr fanart - have you seen it?)
peter the grumpus 11/18/11
ah, yes, i see you have. cool to know you're a fellow GC fan (it's my very favorite!). 8-)

cheers and best of good fortune!
peter the grumpus 11/19/11
trick is to wrap before you tear off the sheet. no crinkly ball of plastic and it will stick. i wrap stuff for my job all the time.
1/9/12
 
I'm a big fan of sandwich bags. For everything. (Says an adult who never got the hang of plastic wrap.)
Nicole 11/11/11
Finally an adult who isn't a Plastic Wrap Wizard! And I too use sandwich bags -- they're useful in any situation!
Emma 11/11/11
 
Lay sandwich on wrap one sandwich-length from end, fold wrap over sandwich to cover top side, flip/roll sandwich toward roll so that the old top side now has two layers of wrap sticking to each other. *Now* cut the wrap, then fold the loose ends in.
Old man 11/9/11
Ooh, you know your stuff! I'll have to try this out! :)
Emma 11/9/11
 
Problems Miss Emma? I'll give you a clue to the saran-wrap (or two). 1# keep the cutting edge down and tight to the saran-wrap. 2# Speed.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/7/11
Hmm, I'll have to try that out! Everyone's been giving me such good saran wrap tips, I'll have to add these to the list!
Emma 11/7/11
 
Haha, I love this one! I totally relate to this xD I always have to ask my mom. I swear, plastic wrap is such a rebel.
Alli 11/5/11
I know, right? Whenever I ask my parents for help with plastic wrap they act as if I'm the least capable person on the planet!
Emma 11/5/11
I never have to ask my parents for help with plastic wrap because I never use it.... but they do. I don't get how they stand the stuff!!
Ginny Weasley fan 12/29/11
 
don't cut the plastic until the cookie is already wrapped
optional 10/5/11
Really? I had no idea that was the trick! Hmm, I'll have to try it next time...
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
 
hmm yes, in our household cutting a sheet of plastic wrap is usually a two person job :P
sebastian Moya 8/6/11
ONLY a two-person job? I'm impressed!
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
 
I don't understand the superhuman powers of adults. -_-
LS 8/6/11
Me neither. They must go to plastic wrap usage class or something.
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
I'm an adult and plastic wrap still FOILS me every time!
Samisue 11/9/11
 
I hate plastic wrap!!!! :(
J 7/30/11
Me too! And aluminum foil is almost worse because of the awful sound it makes...
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
 
OH my god I can NEVER use plastic wrap it always sticks to its self! It's so annoying!
J 7/30/11
I know! I always try to avoid using it if I can!
Emma (admin) 10/16/11
Glad to know that there are others out there who feel this pain!
Emilie 11/4/11
Yesss. We shall form a community of Plastic Wrap Fighters.
Emma 11/4/11
OFF WITH YOUR HEAD, PLASTIC WRAP !!!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Totally! We'll go on a plastic wrap strike.
Emma 11/4/11
YEA!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11
Urgh, me too, and I'm a Real Adult(whatever that means). I suppose I missed the boat on the plastic wrap skills...
Amanda 12/19/11
 
So, we meet again, plastic wrap. PLASTIC WRAP. I cant even tear off a sheet without the whole thing crinkling up. PLASTIC WRAP. Once it starts balling up, it wont stick to my cookie. PLASTIC WRAP. Sighhhhh. Chapel: Zero. Plastic wrap: 296.
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