How to dispose of a gingerbread house.

Now that is is January 1, 2007, it is time to dispose of the gingerbread house. You could eat it, toss it into the garbage, or…

Step 1: Have a before picture.

Before picture

Step 2: Gather ingredients needed for the disposal of said Gingerbread House.
We are using:

  1. fuse aka sparkler
  2. plastic device
  3.   secret ingredients

Step 3: Add secret ingredients and the fuse to the plastic device. You now have a Structural Modification Device

step 3

Step 4: Insert the Structural Modification Device into the Gingerbread House.
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Step 5: Place the target far from family, friends, and home.

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Step 6: Have your wonderful hard working husband, ignite the Structural Modification Device.

Step 7: Go far far away.

Step 8: Needs no explanation. Sorry for the fuzzy picture.

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Step 9: Have all children clean up debris.
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 Step 10: Admire the art of a wonderful hard working husband.
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11 responses to “How to dispose of a gingerbread house.

  1. My sons think this is a great idea for disposal of the cute little house. Boys, big and small, seem to enjoy blowing things apart. They postulate the use of thermite as the secret ingredient-kidding.
    You have a lovely blog. I will enjoy visiting here, We have a similar sense of humor, I suspect.

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  6. So funny! Now I don’t feel so bad that my dh used a chain saw in the house to dismantle our Christmas tree!

  7. < ![CDATA[So funny! Now I don't feel so bad that my dh used a chain saw in the house to dismantle our Christmas tree!]]>

  8. Just found your blog after looking at DY for flash cards….I thought I was the only homeshooler who made bombs with my children!! Did you use Mentos or Works?

    Hi Ginny, thanks for visiting my blog. We did not use mentos and I am not sure what Works is. We did use mentos when we needed an empty bottle for science class. 😀

  9. < ![CDATA[Just found your blog after looking at DY for flash cards....I thought I was the only homeshooler who made bombs with my children!! Did you use Mentos or Works? Hi Ginny, thanks for visiting my blog. We did not use mentos and I am not sure what Works is. We did use mentos when we needed an empty bottle for science class. :D]]>

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