Small penis rule
Strategy used to evade libel lawsuits
The small penis rule is an informal strategy used by authors to evade libel lawsuits. It was described in a New York Times article by Dinitia Smith in 1998:"For a fictional portrait to be actionable, it must be so accurate that a reader of the book would have no problem linking the two," said Mr. Friedman. Thus, he continued, libel lawyers have what is known as "the small penis rule". One way authors can protect themselves from libel suits is to say that a character has a small penis, Mr. Friedman said. "Now no male is going to come forward and say, 'That character with a very small penis, that's me!'"
100C = 200F – super slow cooking for meats etc. similar to a slow cooker.
150C = 300F – regular slow roasting.
180C = 350F – for most sweet baking, cookies, cakes etc. Roasting nuts.
200C = 400F – for cooking everything else. Roasting veggies, fruit, cooking baked dishes and reheating food.
250C = 480F – aka ‘cranking it’. For pizza, fast roast fish and times when I’m running super late.