Not seeing the resemblance? You will after this sadly true story.
We moved into this house almost a year ago. I've always liked the cooktop. One of the kids who had cleaned the kitchen had dropped part of what we thought was a burner grate and it cracked.
shit happens and I was so happy someone cleaned the kitchen without being asked I wasnt even annoyed when my husband said he couldn't find the replacement piece online. Figured with my Google fu I'd have it ordered in no time.
But I couldnt find it either. It's not in the parts list, nor is it in any pic from appliance dealers.
(Using online pic of same model since mine was just used I won't clesn until after dinner)
Where is the piece that fits over the middle burner? Why do the product description say wok ring sold separately? What's a wok ring?
apprently this is a wok ring
Which we've had on the middle burner of our stove for almost a year never once questioning that it was just part of the grating.
it should probably go without saying that I do not now and have never owned a wok, nor am I familiar it's their accoutrements.
if you don't know something is a thing but it looks like something you do know is a thing...you use it as that thing that you know is a thing.
Granny and her fancy eating table....me and my wok ring.
I've never felt closer to a fictional stereotype.
If Granny were here, and not fictional, she would've just as befuddled as I.
and she wouldn't appreciate people mocking us for our lack of fancy knowing stuff.
She'd have my back.
fun pics of Irene Ryan from way back in the day.
And as mini-Buffy would say: her eyebrows were on fleek