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    Okay it's not as dramatic as the title makes it seem
    But my friend came over and I gave her orange juice.
    When I went to put the carton away back in the fridge I realised that the cap was completely green with fungi growing on it.
    She'd already drunk some of it and when I looked into her drink I saw some green stuff in it.
    Obviously she stopped drinking it and I poured it in the sink.

    Basically no one in our house drinks orange juice and it had just been in the fridge for months; still it had not passed the expiry date.

    So what's the worst that could happen?
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    Worst case - sore stomach, feel a bit off, nothing disastrous really.
    Chances are her body won't even realise what was in it
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    (Original post by mr96)
    Okay it's not as dramatic as the title makes it seem
    But my friend came over and I gave her orange juice.
    When I went to put the carton away back in the fridge I realised that the cap was completely green with fungi growing on it.
    She'd already drunk some of it and when I looked into her drink I saw some green stuff in it.
    Obviously she stopped drinking it and I poured it in the sink.

    Basically no one in our house drinks orange juice and it had just been in the fridge for months; still it had not passed the expiry date.
    So what's the worst that could happen?
    The worst that could happen is that she dies!
    You will be charged with manslaughter and if she's a royal for treason!
    Then lets say someone with similar thoughts to me comes into power and decides to bring back the chair! Therefore you will be electrocuted to death!
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    (Original post by bahjat93)
    The worst that could happen is that she dies!
    You will be charged with manslaughter and if she's a royal for treason!
    Then lets say someone with similar thoughts to me comes into power and decides to bring back the chair! Therefore you will be electrocuted to death!
    But I'm too young to die!!


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    She'll probably just feel slightly nauseous for a little bit, be surprised if anything more than that happens. I once accidentally kept drinking off milk in tea for a couple of days (didn't check the expiry date 'til I'd already drunk most of it, oopsie) and all I felt was slightly sick. She'll be fine Maybe check for green fungus BEFORE next time, though
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    (Original post by mr96)
    But I'm too young to die!!


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    Ignore him, he's just a :troll:
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    (Original post by Anythingoo1)
    Ignore him, he's just a :troll:
    Haha yh I know I just thought I'd play along


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    Most likely, nothing will happen. I've drank stuff that was off before (mostly milk - I drank a fair amount of it when it had gone so bad it had bits in) and felt nothing, not even nausea.

    Worst case scenario is that she feels a bit sick really.
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    Once I 'poisoned' my friend by giving him a carrot covered in hand sanitiser (it was a joke, I didn't think he was going to eat it)
    When he didn't come into school the next day I honestly thought I'd killed him
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    (Original post by fajita.and.friends)
    Once I 'poisoned' my friend by giving him a carrot covered in hand sanitiser (it was a joke, I didn't think he was going to eat it)
    When he didn't come into school the next day I honestly thought I'd killed him
    So basically you just gave him alcohol. Was he underage at that time?
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    (Original post by bluemax)
    So basically you just gave him alcohol. Was he underage at that time?
    It was ages ago, I think we were about 13... I was most worried that on the back of the hand sanitiser it said all this stuff about how flammable it was, and to immediately contact a doctor if ingested
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    (Original post by mr96)
    But I'm too young to die!!


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    I'm sorry but you will have to face the consequences of your actions .

    But on the bright side this is the second WORST thing that could happen . First obviously being, that an asteroid hits the Earth and kills us all :woo:


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    Ignore him, he's just a :troll:
    No YOU'RE the TROLL!
    I think your thoughts and ideas are very troll like!
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    (Original post by bahjat93)
    No YOU'RE the TROLL!
    I think your thoughts and ideas are very troll like!
    K. That's nice.
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    she could have a tummy ache...nothing seriouz

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    (Original post by mr96)
    Okay it's not as dramatic as the title makes it seem
    But my friend came over and I gave her orange juice.
    When I went to put the carton away back in the fridge I realised that the cap was completely green with fungi growing on it.
    She'd already drunk some of it and when I looked into her drink I saw some green stuff in it.
    Obviously she stopped drinking it and I poured it in the sink.

    Basically no one in our house drinks orange juice and it had just been in the fridge for months; still it had not passed the expiry date.

    So what's the worst that could happen?

    So how is your friend?
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    Chances are nothing will happen. Most bacteria is harmless.

    Worst case is she will feel sick and get stomach ache and maybe vomit.
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    Most household mould is pretty much harmless, it just looks horrible so people automatically assume it's a life threat. Nothing is probably going to happen, in the absolute worst case scenario he might have a stomach ache.
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    (Original post by lol_i_kill_u)
    YEAH
    Care to elaborate?
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    Acidity of OJ, nothing likely to occur.
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    (Original post by a729)
    So how is your friend?
    Completely fine!
    Just a bit grossed out by the drink I think but otherwise healthy


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