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Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
« Reply #75 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.
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Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
« Reply #76 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.
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Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
« Reply #77 on: February 23, 2021, 03:09:47 PM »
That sounds like something Ted would do
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Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
« Reply #78 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.

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« Reply #79 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. 
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« Reply #80 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.

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Re: Oldest condiment in your fridge
« Reply #81 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.
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