When filling the ice cube trays at Nogglestead, I have two settings:
- I overfill the trays, triggering a minor ice age in the freezer as the ice cube trays freeze to each other or overflow, producing ice stalactites that hang from the ice cube trays and spill onto frozen foods below, forming structures only a wampa could love.
- I overcorrect for the above problem so that the ice “cubes” are actually tiny little ice “tiles” about an eighth of an inch thick.
One would think with years of practice, I would be able to thread the basketball hoop of filling an ice cube tray properly, but I have not. I believe the word “incorrigible” applies. Perhaps “inveterate,” too.