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    I got two slices and forgot I bought them, leaving them in my bag for a day.

    I'm sure uni students, starving and desperate, have attempted eating something that was supposed to be in the fridge but was left out for some time.

    Tell me your experiences and whether they should go in the bin.
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    Two slices of what?


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    yeah i have, nothing really to tell about it though.
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    Yes, and I lived to tell the tale
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    (Original post by Vicky628)
    Yes, and I lived to tell the tale
    Congratulations

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Congratulations

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    It was risky, I must admit...
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    (Original post by Vicky628)
    It was risky, I must admit...
    I bet it was...did you know it had been left there for the day?

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    I bet it was...did you know it had been left there for the day?

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    Yeah... But food is food I've probably done it repeatedly
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    (Original post by Vicky628)
    Yeah... But food is food I've probably done it repeatedly
    Yeah, I was just going to joke about you being a brave soul
    Indeed, food is food:yep:

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Yeah, I was just going to joke about you being a brave soul
    Indeed, food is food:yep:

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    "Brave soul" isn't probably the best term, more like "desperately hungry"

    Unless it's not food..........
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    ye you just gotta smell it, if it's soaking in sweet or thick sauce (seasoning preserves) that's normally the only time I would
    not after a day or two though and not in heat
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    Sometimes, if I notice my shoelace is coming undone, I just leave it.

    Risking your life is such a rush.
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    (Original post by Vicky628)
    "Brave soul" isn't probably the best term, more like "desperately hungry"

    Unless it's not food..........
    Haha true :lol:

    Oooh... :holmes:

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    (Original post by mkap)
    yeah i have, nothing really to tell about it though.
    (Original post by Vicky628)
    Yes, and I lived to tell the tale
    What did ya eat?

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    Two slices of what?


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    Oh just slices.
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    Oh just slices.
    The rest of us humans have no idea what you're referring to.
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    The rest of us humans have no idea what you're referring to.
    Ah the internet, where you speak for everyone else, and everything is super serious. Death to all those who oppose.
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    Dude, what?


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    (Original post by Squire1998)
    Dude, what?


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    I said: Has anyone eaten something left out the fridge for a day?

    Then I said: I got two slices and forgot I bought them, leaving them in my bag for a day.

    I'm sure uni students, starving and desperate, have attempted eating something that was supposed to be in the fridge but was left out for some time.

    Tell me your experiences and whether they should go in the bin.

    Did you hear that better? Or should I say it in louder font?
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    I said: Has anyone eaten something left out the fridge for a day?

    Then I said: I got two slices and forgot I bought them, leaving them in my bag for a day.

    I'm sure uni students, starving and desperate, have attempted eating something that was supposed to be in the fridge but was left out for some time.

    Tell me your experiences and whether they should go in the bin.

    Did you hear that better? Or should I say it in louder font?
    I heard (or read) you the first time. I just think it's a little bizarre how you ask for advice on whether it's okay to eat something that's been left out of the fridge for a day then be vague about what kind of food you're actually referring to.

    That's like someone asking for cooking instructions then not saying what it is they're going to cook.

    What do you mean when you say slice?
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    (Original post by Squire1998)
    I heard (or read) you the first time. I just think it's a little bizarre how you ask for advice on whether it's okay to eat something that's been left out of the fridge for a day then be vague about what kind of food you're actually referring to.

    That's like someone asking for cooking instructions then not saying what it is they're going to cook.

    What do you mean when you say slice?
    Yeah I didn't read this because the length suggests you're taking this seriously. Stop that.
 
 
 
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