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2013-02-23 12:32:50 AM

A Terrible Human: This obviously means we need far less regulation.


Do you really think that more regulation would do any good?

Why?
 
2013-02-23 12:36:50 AM
When I was a kid I cut into a pancake to find it green inside with lettuce. I think it was at a Sambos restaurant. I have a memory of my grandma finding pink bubblegum in her pancakes at a restaurant.
 
2013-02-23 12:46:40 AM
When I was a lad, I found a dead mouse in a soda bottle. I returned it to the store and was rewarded an uncontaminated bottle.
 
2013-02-23 12:50:21 AM

tripleseven: A dried booger, of unknown origin, on the spoon.

That one will haunt me.


I wasn't there, so naturally I defer to you, but is there a chance it was onion or parsley or something? Pretty often I take 'clean' spoons from my dishwasher and there are dried bits on them. They certainly look like boogers but are clearly plant matter or dried sauce of some kind. I don't do much rinsing of the utensils prior to putting them in the dishwasher.
 
2013-02-23 12:55:11 AM

ZAZ: It's not fair. I keep hoping for exotic spiders in my fruit and I never get any.


I was working at a Safeway in my high school years as a "courtesy clerk" (whatever the heck that means, yay for fake job titles). A crate of bananas came in one day and this giant spider, I mean farking ENORMOUS spider falls out of it and runs to the front of the store. A customer actually screamed and ran out of the place. Instead of killing it, my coworker for some reason managed to capture it on the end of a piece of cardboard and released it in some bushes outside. So now there's possibly a population of insanely large foreign spiders in Woodbridge, Virginia.

/csb
 
2013-02-23 01:17:42 AM

Acharne: tripleseven: A dried booger, of unknown origin, on the spoon.

That one will haunt me.

I wasn't there, so naturally I defer to you, but is there a chance it was onion or parsley or something? Pretty often I take 'clean' spoons from my dishwasher and there are dried bits on them. They certainly look like boogers but are clearly plant matter or dried sauce of some kind. I don't do much rinsing of the utensils prior to putting them in the dishwasher.


Nope, it was a booger.  These were plastic disposable spoons.
 
2013-02-23 01:21:50 AM
When I was in school, being a booger eater meant you were absolutely at the bottom of the social standings.  You were even a rung or two below Mexicans.  I'm pretty sure the freshmen that were old enough to buy cigarettes were also a notch above you.
 
2013-02-23 01:25:20 AM
If you're going to write a comedy show, you're going to get some rat feces in there.
 
2013-02-23 01:43:55 AM

tripleseven: Nope, it was a booger.  These were plastic disposable spoons.


Harsh. I see now.
 
2013-02-23 01:48:36 AM
Well, horse meat processed to be eaten by people isn't gross, it's normal in many countries. On the other hand, dead mice in your bread, rotting? That's gross!
 
2013-02-23 01:52:35 AM

steadyb: When I was a kid I cut into a pancake to find it green inside with lettuce. I think it was at a Sambos restaurant. I have a memory of my grandma finding pink bubblegum in her pancakes at a restaurant.


My aunt once found a cigarette butt in a pancake at Shoney's. so gross.
 
2013-02-23 01:55:53 AM

Mike Chewbacca: On the other hand, dead mice in your bread, rotting? That's gross!


Seriously. Always use the freshest baby mice, lightly killed.
 
2013-02-23 01:57:38 AM
I found a beetle in my brown cow brand organic yogurt. Whole. Crunched It with my teeth and pulled it out wondering wtf I just bit into.

I know it's Probably an anomaly but I don't buy that brand anymore

/ Greek style yogurt is better anyhow.
 
2013-02-23 02:22:49 AM

LordOfThePings: Mike Chewbacca: On the other hand, dead mice in your bread, rotting? That's gross!

Seriously. Always use the freshest baby mice, lightly killed.


This guy knows what you're saying:

www.dvdizzy.com
 
2013-02-23 02:30:47 AM

Mike Chewbacca: This guy knows what you're saying:


Awesome. Love that movie.
 
2013-02-23 02:49:56 AM
Worst food incident I ever had was self inflicted. We'd had thief ant problems for a while, but we weren't sure where they were coming from. Well, I found out when I put a bag of chips on an old wooden filing cabinet we had. I must have eaten half the bag before I realized they were all absolutely covered in the damn things. See, thief ants are very, very small and reddish brown, and blend in very well with chip spices if you aren't looking.

Then we dumped an entire can of raid into the small hole they were coming out of. Didn't have problems after that.
 
2013-02-23 02:56:06 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: steadyb: When I was a kid I cut into a pancake to find it green inside with lettuce. I think it was at a Sambos restaurant. I have a memory of my grandma finding pink bubblegum in her pancakes at a restaurant.

My aunt once found a cigarette butt in a pancake at Shoney's. so gross.


Ha, Shoney's. Are they still in business? Our Shoney's had an employee who wore the Shoney's bear mascot suit and he would always come sit next to my sister. I mean we would sit there ant eat our meal and he sat there right next to her the whole time. I was too young to know why.
 
2013-02-23 03:12:04 AM

LordOfThePings: Mike Chewbacca: This guy knows what you're saying:

Awesome. Love that movie.


What is that? Looks like the SETI scientist guy from "Starman".
 
2013-02-23 03:20:44 AM

fusillade762: What is that? Looks like the SETI scientist guy from "Starman".


Yep, same actor.

Link
 
2013-02-23 04:01:16 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-02-23 04:09:09 AM
I once found a cockroach waving "Hello!" to me from my salad.

I was on my lunch break and very hungry, so I was shovelling the salad into my mouth. The little roach almost ended up getting chewed up.

I was grossed out, and of course told everybody at work about it. Unfortunately the restaurant owner was friends with my boss, and a later found out that he (the restaurant owner) was pissed that I talked about my roach surprise.

As if I'm not going to mention cockroach salad to my coworkers.
 
2013-02-23 06:49:57 AM
I still stand by the horsemeat improving the products in question.
 
2013-02-23 07:51:17 AM

skinink: Sure, I'd be upset about some labeling horsemeat as beef then selling it to me. But as for eating horsemeat I wouldn't be bothered. It's just another animal.


Horse meat generally isn't so bad, and selling one as the other is definitely bad (people should know what they're eating, truth in labelling and all that), but not gross like some of the other things. However, unregulated horse-meat.... yeah, I wouldn't want to be eating that. The people involved definitely deserve to get smacked down, though I'll agree it shouldn't be at the top of the list.
 
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2013-02-23 10:07:12 AM
In college, I was having lunch in the cafeteria. My drink tasted bitter. I looked down and there was a drowned fly stuck to the end of my straw.

No, I didn't do an autopsy to verify drowning as cause of death.
 
2013-02-23 11:19:36 AM

Prey4reign: 1.  Carry a dead mouse or cockroach with you on your trip to the restaurant.

2.  Order the best meal in the house.

3.  Eat at least half of it.

4.  Begin shrieking at the top of your lungs.

5.  Profit.


Yeah, or arrest. Had a guy last week who reported rocks in his omelet and got really indignant about it, making a scene, campus security came over to see what the commotion was. The eggs come out of a carton into a clean pan, the veggies and meat were diced fresh that morning, there is literally nowhere gravel could have entered the equation. Oh hey, theres rock salt in this too, sir, did you scrape this off the bottom of your shoe? Led away in cuffs for disturbing the peace or something.
 
2013-02-23 11:35:30 AM
*Reads article*
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"I'll have the lot. And no skimping on the rat beans this time!"
 
2013-02-23 12:32:20 PM

maxx2112: Great . . . now I've got the Soap theme song stuck in my head.


Hah! So it wasn't just me!
 
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