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Title: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Chingon on February 11, 2021, 12:13:35 PM
So far for me the winner is a bottle of worcestershire sauce that expired May 28 2016.

Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 12:21:42 PM
I'll check out the condiment section when I get home but I know there is like 6-8 untouched bud light pounders in there that I bought to give to my friend when he helped me move in around May '16
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Kat Kid on February 11, 2021, 12:25:12 PM
Too big jar of Sauerkraut
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: sys on February 11, 2021, 12:29:20 PM
i have flour from 2011 or 2012 if that counts for anything.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 11, 2021, 12:34:49 PM
every time i open the fridge i do a sweep of the condiments to make sure nothing has escaped my eye.  every now and again i find something and escort it to the trash, feels great when it happens.

so probably the oldest condiment in my fridge is some capers from last spring, but they last a year or so and haven't gone bad yet (just smelled them a couple weeks ago to be sure)
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Institutional Control on February 11, 2021, 12:35:10 PM
I had no idea that worcestershire sauce expired. 
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 11, 2021, 01:02:40 PM
I had no idea that worcestershire sauce expired.


Yeah.  I figured with all the sodium in that crap, no way bacteria could live in it.

I found some sour cream that expired 8/12/2020.  That was pretty gross.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Pete on February 11, 2021, 01:12:46 PM
My family seems to play an unspoken game of chicken about throwing out condiments.  "Oh, you thought you needed korean bbq sauce? Well, you can be the one to throw it out."  :don'tcare:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 420seriouscat69 on February 11, 2021, 01:15:33 PM
I go through worcestershire like crazy. We eat a lot of steak around here. Also, condiments are the bomb.com.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 11, 2021, 01:17:58 PM
Another fun game is trying to figure out what the date actually means.  Sell by? Best if used by? Rotten by? Explosive diarrhea by?

How long will you guys use milk after the exp date? I usually stretch it by a day or two.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: ChiComCat on February 11, 2021, 01:24:48 PM
I have some Oct 2018 expired hot sauce.

My pharmacist SIL went through my parent's first aid/medical drawer last year and found Neosporin that expired in 1986.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Brock Landers on February 11, 2021, 02:02:59 PM
Hot sauce from 2019
Jar of jalapeno slices from 2018
Reddi Whip  :surprised: :fatty:  from 2018 hiding in the back
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 11, 2021, 02:07:11 PM
Hot sauce from 2019
Jar of jalapeno slices from 2018
Reddi Whip  :surprised: :fatty:  from 2018 hiding in the back


You could maybe still huff the nitrous out of that reddi whip.  I would probably spit out any whip cream, tho.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: BIG APPLE CAT on February 11, 2021, 02:42:32 PM
I go through worcestershire like crazy. We eat a lot of steak around here. Also, condiments are the bomb.com.

sounds like you need to buy better quality steaks, wackyman
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 11, 2021, 02:47:02 PM
I go through worcestershire like crazy. We eat a lot of steak around here. Also, condiments are the bomb.com.

sounds like you need to buy better quality steaks, wackyman

Not to mention pop blood pressure pills like they are tic tacs.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 8manpick on February 11, 2021, 03:05:42 PM
There is a lot of stuff that doesn’t really go bad though it has an expiration date printed on it. Highly salty or acidic things especially but also some really sweet things (2-1 syrup, etc) are bad environments for mold and bacterial growth. Mrs. 8mp is constantly trying to throw out my old hot sauce or horseradish or sauerkraut.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 420seriouscat69 on February 11, 2021, 03:13:12 PM
I go through worcestershire like crazy. We eat a lot of steak around here. Also, condiments are the bomb.com.

sounds like you need to buy better quality steaks, wackyman
Nah. Growing up my dad was a cattle buyer. I know all the steak takes. I literally had to tell girls to never ask for steak sauce when coming over to eat at my parents. I know all the steak do's and don'ts. It just doesn't hurt to put a little garlic salt and worchestershire on them tho, before popping them on the fire. Those are within the rules.  :nono:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Stupid Fitz on February 11, 2021, 03:30:25 PM
Prob an Asian sauce that i don't use much. Could be homemade hot sauce which prob isn't the best idea. I grow jalapeños every year and make fermented hot sauce that usually last up until the next season. This year I have a full bottle I haven't started yet and I'm not sure about it at this point. Its prob fine, but I'll make less this year.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Dugout DickStone on February 11, 2021, 03:32:31 PM
I'll check out the condiment section when I get home but I know there is like 6-8 untouched bud light pounders in there that I bought to give to my friend when he helped me move in around May '16

How the hell you pull this crap off?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 8manpick on February 11, 2021, 03:37:58 PM
I'll check out the condiment section when I get home but I know there is like 6-8 untouched bud light pounders in there that I bought to give to my friend when he helped me move in around May '16

How the hell you pull this crap off?
There have been 12 Truly’s in my fridge untouched since Saturday and that is a record in my household. 4.5 years of BL Pounders?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: yoga-like_abana on February 11, 2021, 03:41:34 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: michigancat on February 11, 2021, 03:42:33 PM
not in my fridge but I have a jumbo can of Old Bay that I bought in 2011 at the latest (It has a price tag from Mejier from when I still lived in Michigan)
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 8manpick on February 11, 2021, 03:42:49 PM
It won’t go bad! But that is excessive for a lifetime
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 11, 2021, 03:43:14 PM
I'll check out the condiment section when I get home but I know there is like 6-8 untouched bud light pounders in there that I bought to give to my friend when he helped me move in around May '16

How the hell you pull this crap off?
There have been 12 Truly’s in my fridge untouched since Saturday and that is a record in my household. 4.5 years of BL Pounders?


Damn.  Open up one of those pounders and all the skunks in the neighborhood will come running.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 04:00:27 PM
I don't drink beer  :Rusty:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Stupid Fitz on February 11, 2021, 04:00:43 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 04:01:50 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

Lmao

Honey doesn't go bad tho so lifetime honey supply  :fatty:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 04:02:35 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?

Just warm that bitch up
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Stupid Fitz on February 11, 2021, 04:07:31 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?

Just warm that bitch up

 :nono:

Microwaving it kills the good stuff in honey and leaves you with sugar water. You have to warm in slow with hot water and I don't have time for that crap. YLA should just feed the giant block to his bear.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: yoga-like_abana on February 11, 2021, 04:08:07 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?
Just warm that old honey up and it'll be good. She uses it in her tea every day and probably some other stuff I don't pay attention to. Yes, insane amount. It's in our coal room in the basement and she just fills the normal plastic honey bear up when it runs out. Was also priced right
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Stupid Fitz on February 11, 2021, 04:10:37 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?
Just warm that old honey up and it'll be good. She uses it in her tea every day and probably some other stuff I don't pay attention to. Yes, insane amount. It's in our coal room in the basement and she just fills the normal plastic honey bear up when it runs out. Was also priced right

So no pet bear?  :frown:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: yoga-like_abana on February 11, 2021, 04:14:19 PM
Kinda on topic but my hippy wife purchased a 5 gallon bucket filled with honey.  :facepalm:

whoa, I can't get through a costco sized honey without it getting rock hard. The eff are you going to do with a giant block of honey in 3 months? Do you own a bear?
Just warm that old honey up and it'll be good. She uses it in her tea every day and probably some other stuff I don't pay attention to. Yes, insane amount. It's in our coal room in the basement and she just fills the normal plastic honey bear up when it runs out. Was also priced right

So no pet bear?  :frown:
just this grumpy bear in the morning and his honey  :fatty:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: TheHamburglar on February 11, 2021, 06:17:21 PM
After my MIL died, my FIL found 13 year old fish frozen to the bottom of the deep freeze.  He then ate it.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: MakeItRain on February 11, 2021, 08:00:46 PM
Nothing at all expired in the fridge, I'm vigilant about that, this abomination was in my pantry that had a best by date of December 22 2015.
(https://i.ibb.co/yBTJdFc/PXL-20210212-014335962.jpg)
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 08:13:27 PM
Apparently I have only one condiment and it expired in Dec 19
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: MakeItRain on February 11, 2021, 08:21:18 PM
Apparently I have only one condiment and it expired in Dec 19

What is it?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: puniraptor on February 11, 2021, 08:26:40 PM
dude have you ever seen vingar worms? we inherited an old bottle of balsamic vinegar from someone that moved and it was probably their oldest condiment and after a while it was our oldest condiment and one day i just happened to catch a glimpse of the bottom of the bottle in the light and it was full of worms :barf:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: puniraptor on February 11, 2021, 08:28:05 PM
 we also inherted an hold tahini that was full of what i assume is a different kind of worm and :barf: :barf: :barf:

basically i now have a policy to refuse all hand me down condiments. its not great for #acking, but it is great for peace of mind and tummie.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 11, 2021, 08:33:55 PM
Apparently I have only one condiment and it expired in Dec 19

What is it?

Jack stack spicy bbq sauce
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 11, 2021, 08:38:46 PM
Nothing at all expired in the fridge, I'm vigilant about that, this abomination was in my pantry that had a best by date of December 22 2015.
(https://i.ibb.co/yBTJdFc/PXL-20210212-014335962.jpg)
definitely doesn’t expire and I fully expect you to jokingly serve that to your wife for valentines

remember you owe her after that dad remote control debacle
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: bucket on February 11, 2021, 09:07:02 PM
Mayo. Expired April 2019. I got off sandwiches a couple years ago and switched to wraps so I haven't had a use for the Mayo. Last week I picked up a manager's special baguette and used that mayo on multiple sandwiches.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: michigancat on February 11, 2021, 11:56:23 PM
dude have you ever seen vingar worms? we inherited an old bottle of balsamic vinegar from someone that moved and it was probably their oldest condiment and after a while it was our oldest condiment and one day i just happened to catch a glimpse of the bottom of the bottle in the light and it was full of worms :barf:
What in the world
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: puniraptor on February 12, 2021, 12:43:15 AM
the internet is full of lifehackers that cultivate them on purpose for DIY fishfood :barf:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Spracne on February 12, 2021, 01:55:27 AM
the internet is full of lifehackers that cultivate them on purpose for DIY fishfood :barf:

I don't understand. How to extremophiles find their way inside your vinegar bottles?? And, y?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: puniraptor on February 12, 2021, 04:38:00 AM
the internet is full of lifehackers that cultivate them on purpose for DIY fishfood :barf:

I don't understand. How to extremophiles find their way inside your vinegar bottles?? And, y?
Dunno, maybe backwash?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 12, 2021, 07:53:27 AM
Nothing at all expired in the fridge, I'm vigilant about that, this abomination was in my pantry that had a best by date of December 22 2015.
(https://i.ibb.co/yBTJdFc/PXL-20210212-014335962.jpg)
definitely doesn’t expire and I fully expect you to jokingly serve that to your wife for valentines

remember you owe her after that dad remote control debacle


Served in a heart shaped pan.  By candlelight, of course.

What wine goes with Homestyle Bakes?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: ChiComCat on February 12, 2021, 08:14:58 AM
After my MIL died, my FIL found 13 year old fish frozen to the bottom of the deep freeze.  He then ate it.

I checked the dates on some deep freeze meat I have and came up with a 2014.

Excited to hear about the MIR Homestyle Bakes/Bartles & James Valentine's Day dinner.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Brock Landers on February 12, 2021, 10:07:54 AM
Another fun game is trying to figure out what the date actually means.  Sell by? Best if used by? Rotten by? Explosive diarrhea by?

How long will you guys use milk after the exp date? I usually stretch it by a day or two.

Expiration dates are a giant scam led by Big Food and Big Grocery Store.  Oh this thing is expired, guess I have to throw it away and buy another one!  "Best by" dates are even more vague and therefore a bigger scam.

Yeah milk is good for about 2 days after the expiration date.  If it passes the smell test it's good to go.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Rage Against the McKee on February 12, 2021, 10:27:50 AM
the internet is full of lifehackers that cultivate them on purpose for DIY fishfood :barf:

I don't understand. How to extremophiles find their way inside your vinegar bottles?? And, y?

I think they come from apples. So unfiltered apple cider vinegar is sort of likely to have them.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Gooch on February 12, 2021, 01:14:26 PM
we also inherted an hold tahini that was full of what i assume is a different kind of worm and :barf: :barf: :barf:

basically i now have a policy to refuse all hand me down condiments. its not great for #acking, but it is great for peace of mind and tummie.
This is a great policy for you. I saw first hand what your upset (drunk) tummy did at BSFS. :barf:
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: 8manpick on February 12, 2021, 02:36:56 PM
Another fun game is trying to figure out what the date actually means.  Sell by? Best if used by? Rotten by? Explosive diarrhea by?

How long will you guys use milk after the exp date? I usually stretch it by a day or two.

Expiration dates are a giant scam led by Big Food and Big Grocery Store.  Oh this thing is expired, guess I have to throw it away and buy another one!  "Best by" dates are even more vague and therefore a bigger scam.

Yeah milk is good for about 2 days after the expiration date.  If it passes the smell test it's good to go.
2 days?  Psh...
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 12, 2021, 02:41:17 PM
Another fun game is trying to figure out what the date actually means.  Sell by? Best if used by? Rotten by? Explosive diarrhea by?

How long will you guys use milk after the exp date? I usually stretch it by a day or two.

Expiration dates are a giant scam led by Big Food and Big Grocery Store.  Oh this thing is expired, guess I have to throw it away and buy another one!  "Best by" dates are even more vague and therefore a bigger scam.

Yeah milk is good for about 2 days after the expiration date.  If it passes the smell test it's good to go.
2 days?  Psh...


Walmart milk will actually go bad before the expiration date.  I've seen it.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: WillieWatanabe on February 12, 2021, 04:21:22 PM
Nothing at all expired in the fridge, I'm vigilant about that, this abomination was in my pantry that had a best by date of December 22 2015.
(https://i.ibb.co/yBTJdFc/PXL-20210212-014335962.jpg)

I am constantly cleaning ours out too, but i bet I have a 2019 in there still.

Also ms ww randomly looked for homestyle bakes at Dillons last weekend and couldn't find any!
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: yoga-like_abana on February 12, 2021, 04:25:31 PM
only banquet I want in my fridge is Coors
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: michigancat on February 12, 2021, 05:04:08 PM
I started buying paper-carton half-gallons of milk because they last so much longer
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Brock Landers on February 12, 2021, 05:10:46 PM
Another fun game is trying to figure out what the date actually means.  Sell by? Best if used by? Rotten by? Explosive diarrhea by?

How long will you guys use milk after the exp date? I usually stretch it by a day or two.

Expiration dates are a giant scam led by Big Food and Big Grocery Store.  Oh this thing is expired, guess I have to throw it away and buy another one!  "Best by" dates are even more vague and therefore a bigger scam.

Yeah milk is good for about 2 days after the expiration date.  If it passes the smell test it's good to go.
2 days?  Psh...

Okay full disclosure milk is good for another 3-4 days and sometimes longer, smell test permitting.  I was afraid of being judged for revealing the truth which is kind of silly since this thread has people openly admitting to having food in their house that was around to see the Royals win a World Series.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: nicname on February 12, 2021, 06:10:36 PM
Until earlier this year I had a half-used jar of Wasabi BBQ sauce I bought at the state fair during the Bazooka Joe era of Cat football.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: KST8FAN on February 12, 2021, 06:57:34 PM
Spicey Mustard


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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Chingon on February 12, 2021, 07:07:50 PM
Man spicy mustard would never last that long in my fridge.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Cire on February 12, 2021, 08:05:47 PM
Expiration dates are a grift by big condiment


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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: steve dave on February 12, 2021, 09:28:13 PM
Everyone who posts one has to chug it


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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 12, 2021, 10:46:17 PM
#pounder

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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 12, 2021, 11:37:58 PM
every time i open the fridge i do a sweep of the condiments to make sure nothing has escaped my eye.  every now and again i find something and escort it to the trash, feels great when it happens.

so probably the oldest condiment in my fridge is some capers from last spring, but they last a year or so and haven't gone bad yet (just smelled them a couple weeks ago to be sure)

Did a covert spot check and immediately found an Aug 19 expired A1 bottle smdh
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: MakeItRain on February 13, 2021, 01:39:32 AM
Nothing at all expired in the fridge, I'm vigilant about that, this abomination was in my pantry that had a best by date of December 22 2015.
(https://i.ibb.co/yBTJdFc/PXL-20210212-014335962.jpg)

I am constantly cleaning ours out too, but i bet I have a 2019 in there still.

Also ms ww randomly looked for homestyle bakes at Dillons last weekend and couldn't find any!

Lemmeknow where to mail it. With beans  :Yuck: hard pass for this house, as evidenced by the best by date being over 5 years ago.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 13, 2021, 02:28:09 AM
every time i open the fridge i do a sweep of the condiments to make sure nothing has escaped my eye.  every now and again i find something and escort it to the trash, feels great when it happens.

so probably the oldest condiment in my fridge is some capers from last spring, but they last a year or so and haven't gone bad yet (just smelled them a couple weeks ago to be sure)

Did a covert spot check and immediately found an Aug 19 expired A1 bottle smdh
that’s a trap, you found it.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: steve dave on February 13, 2021, 07:04:41 AM
Should have set an ice trap


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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 13, 2021, 10:24:34 AM
that time kat kid iced me with a quart of mad dog 20/20
why kat kid?
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Kat Kid on February 13, 2021, 11:49:39 AM
that time kat kid iced me with a quart of mad dog 20/20
why kat kid?
As I recall, that weekend was pretty bad for me as I received far more icings than I fished out.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 13, 2021, 01:37:58 PM
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it’s still here, i’m aging it
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: MakeItRain on February 13, 2021, 02:30:50 PM
(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210213/251496d1e312b81896b46ccd9667d739.jpg)
it’s still here, i’m aging it

lol, that's gotta taste like rubbing alcohol at this point
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: pissclams on February 13, 2021, 02:48:06 PM
he said at this point
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: nicname on February 21, 2021, 08:47:16 PM
Until earlier this year I had a half-used jar of Wasabi BBQ sauce I bought at the state fair during the Bazooka Joe era of Cat football.

Welp.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: nicname on February 21, 2021, 08:54:12 PM
Until earlier this year I had a half-used jar of Wasabi BBQ sauce I bought at the state fair during the Bazooka Joe era of Cat football.
Welp...

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Thousand Island Dressing.

Unopened until my Dad broke the seal and put a few tablespoons on his dinner salad tonight.

I’m both astonished and embarrassed it managed to hide there in plain sight all these years.


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Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: ChiComCat on February 22, 2021, 08:41:36 AM
I'm curious if you told your dad and got a great dad response?   I'd bet on "Tastes fine to me"
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 22, 2021, 09:20:20 AM
I'm curious if you told your dad and got a great dad response?   I'd bet on "Tastes fine to me"


After he looked at the date on the bottle, shrugged his shoulders, and said eff it.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: nicname on February 23, 2021, 09:04:00 AM
I'm curious if you told your dad and got a great dad response?   I'd bet on "Tastes fine to me"


After he looked at the date on the bottle, shrugged his shoulders, and said eff it.

Even better. I get home and he’s at the dinner table aggressively eating his dinner salad. Usually he’s very vocal about his food ... “mmmm... oh that’s good.” That kind of stuff. This time, nothing.

I sit down to watch TV and a few minutes later he says “guys, that kroger 1000 island you have in your fridge. It tastes.... off.”

“I didn’t even know we had any 1000 island,” I tell him. “Was it opened?”

He says “No, it looked brand new. Unopened.....” then says, “It was kind of dark tho.”

I go into the kitchen and see the evidence.

I holler at him “Stop eating that salad dad!”

I’m entering the dining room as he responds. His plate completely empty, “Oh, I powered thru it. I guess I just gave myself food poisoning again.”

Lmao. He was fine tho.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 23, 2021, 03:06:06 PM
I'm curious if you told your dad and got a great dad response?   I'd bet on "Tastes fine to me"


After he looked at the date on the bottle, shrugged his shoulders, and said eff it.

Even better. I get home and he’s at the dinner table aggressively eating his dinner salad. Usually he’s very vocal about his food ... “mmmm... oh that’s good.” That kind of stuff. This time, nothing.

I sit down to watch TV and a few minutes later he says “guys, that kroger 1000 island you have in your fridge. It tastes.... off.”

“I didn’t even know we had any 1000 island,” I tell him. “Was it opened?”

He says “No, it looked brand new. Unopened.....” then says, “It was kind of dark tho.”

I go into the kitchen and see the evidence.

I holler at him “Stop eating that salad dad!”

I’m entering the dining room as he responds. His plate completely empty, “Oh, I powered thru it. I guess I just gave myself food poisoning again.”

Lmao. He was fine tho.


Ha, that is awesome.  He must have an iron gut.

Reminds me of a coworker I once had.  Had a roommate that didn't believe in refrigerating food.  He would make chicken, or whatever, and just store the leftovers in a cupboard.  When he got hungry, he would just take it out of the cupboard and eat it straight out of the container it was in. 

Never got sick.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: star seed 7 on February 23, 2021, 03:09:47 PM
That sounds like something Ted would do
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Sandstone Outcropping on February 23, 2021, 03:10:19 PM
I've been known to hoard ketchup packs from Wendy's with the thought that I would eventually use them for camping.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 23, 2021, 03:20:49 PM
I've been known to hoard ketchup packs from Wendy's with the thought that I would eventually use them for camping.


Every time I try to hoard things like that, my wife throws them away. 
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Sandstone Outcropping on February 23, 2021, 03:23:29 PM
I've been known to hoard ketchup packs from Wendy's with the thought that I would eventually use them for camping.


Every time I try to hoard things like that, my wife throws them away.
My wife usually monitors the contents of the fridge closely but she is somehow tolerant of my ketchup hoarding.
Title: Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
Post by: Jobu on February 23, 2021, 03:27:42 PM
I've been known to hoard ketchup packs from Wendy's with the thought that I would eventually use them for camping.


Every time I try to hoard things like that, my wife throws them away.
My wife usually monitors the contents of the fridge closely but she is somehow tolerant of my ketchup hoarding.


If it's in a cup (like ranch from bdubs), she'll leave it alone.  If it's a packet, it's gone.

I would really like to hoard some taco bell fire sauce.  Just doesn't work out.

Maybe I should get some little plastic cups and transfer material from packets to cups.  Hmmm.