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No.  Don't they have safety blow-off plugs?

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The modern ones do but the old ones that some people still use (they are dangerous) can explode.

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Nope, but that might be because I've never owned a pressure cooker.

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No, my ex used to joke that I was a disaster in the kitchen but I've never shown myself to be that dangerous!

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No, but once, a thermos bottle exploded quite unexpectedly next to the sink, i.e. the glass inside exploded (and there was neither a previous shock or an extreme thermal difference), while left to drip off after rinsing, as I was still washing and rinsing other kitchen dishes. It took hours to clean up the mess caused by the many glass fragments, which had been projected over the whole kitchen.


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