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    I just ate....

    Some yogurt that was "best by" three days ago.

    Yeah, I like to live life on the edge. NBD.
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    I had pizza and burned the hell out
    of the roof of my mouth.

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    I hate that. Pulling the pieces of skin off....

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    I ate a piece of dried white dog poo when i was a kid..
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    I ate a piece of dried white dog poo when i was a kid..
    Eew. How was it? Like chicken?
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Eew. How was it?
    Sandy, dry, and there was some hairs in there..... i probably wouldnt do it again...
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    Sandy, dry, and there was some hairs in there..... i probably wouldnt do it again...
    You know the hairs are probably from licking its own ass. *snicker*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    I ate a piece of dried white dog poo when i was a kid..
    You know, this explains so much.

    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245 View Post
    Some yogurt that was "best by" three days ago.

    Yeah, I like to live life on the edge. NBD.
    I'm looking out for you.....

    How to Tell If Yogurt Is Bad? | eHow.com

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    I'm trying to adapt to a boring and bland diet these days. Experimenting with what does and does not give me acid reflux.

    The NO-NO list:
    caffeine...oh crud!
    chocolate...darn!
    greasy foods....this sux!
    fried foods...NFW!
    spicy foods...bummer!
    alcohol...ha! not gonna quit all together!
    juices...I'll be OK
    many fruits...pisser!

    Today, I tried a vanilla frozen yogurt with crushed almonds from FroYo. No issues! At least I found something fun to eat so far on my quest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245 View Post
    Some yogurt that was "best by" three days ago.

    Yeah, I like to live life on the edge. NBD.
    When you think about it, isn't yogurt already f***ed up in & of itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail6 View Post
    I'm looking out for you.....

    How to Tell If Yogurt Is Bad? | eHow.com
    My yogurt tasted like strawberries. Does that mean it's ok? There were strawberries in the bottom of the cup.

    Quote Originally Posted by ambassadorhawg View Post
    I'm trying to adapt to a boring and bland diet these days. Experimenting with what does and does not give me acid reflux.

    The NO-NO list:
    caffeine...oh crud!
    chocolate...darn!
    greasy foods....this sux!
    fried foods...NFW!
    spicy foods...bummer!
    alcohol...ha! not gonna quit all together!
    juices...I'll be OK
    many fruits...pisser!

    Today, I tried a vanilla frozen yogurt with crushed almonds from FroYo. No issues! At least I found something fun to eat so far on my quest!
    Dairy seems to combat acid reflux for me as well. Would you be able to get around that boring diet by incorporating some form of milk into every meal? Perhaps a scoop of ice cream?

    Quote Originally Posted by pequin View Post
    When you think about it, isn't yogurt already f***ed up in & of itself?
    Yup. Hence, why it's so good.
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    Here's a story for you

    Several years back, my mother had a surgery and couldn't make it to the family thanksgiving meal at my aunt's house. My mother loves her sister's stuffing, so out of kindness, my aunt made up an extra tray of stuffing for my mom. We dropped off the stuffing at my mom's house after the meal. A week or so later, my mother called her sister to thank her for the stuffing. During the conversation, my mother indicated that was not impressed with the "gravy" that was in the stuffing. She didn't think it tasted right.

    My aunt says, "What gravy? There was no gravy in the stuffing, it needed to be cooked before eating." What she ate was a decomposing mix of vegetable juice, spoiled turkey broth, and who knows what else. My mother said she had never been so sick before in here life.

    How she made it past the smell was beyond the rest of us. How she ate more than a small bite is also beyond us, too.

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    I had some school pizza.
    There is not much choice between rotten apples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    Here's a story for you

    Several years back, my mother had a surgery and couldn't make it to the family thanksgiving meal at my aunt's house. My mother loves her sister's stuffing, so out of kindness, my aunt made up an extra tray of stuffing for my mom. We dropped off the stuffing at my mom's house after the meal. A week or so later, my mother called her sister to thank her for the stuffing. During the conversation, my mother indicated that was not impressed with the "gravy" that was in the stuffing. She didn't think it tasted right.

    My aunt says, "What gravy? There was no gravy in the stuffing, it needed to be cooked before eating." What she ate was a decomposing mix of vegetable juice, spoiled turkey broth, and who knows what else. My mother said she had never been so sick before in here life.

    How she made it past the smell was beyond the rest of us. How she ate more than a small bite is also beyond us, too.
    Ugh! I've ate some stuff and gotten sick, but that's crazy!
    There is not much choice between rotten apples.

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    How do you even know when yogurt goes bad?

    And Tone's, as kids we used to call sun-dried white poo "**** skeletons."
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    Yesterday I bought a small container of raspberries and put them in the fridge, This evening I was going to have some for dessert. Opened the lid and half the raspberries were covered in mold. I threw them out.... I just didn't have the appetite to pick through them.
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    Bought a 1L of Coffee cream yesterday. Woke up this morning, made the coffee, poured in cream.. it chunked up... I still drank it..
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    I know one thing I'll never eat again...seafood alfredo. Had some at a hotel bar in Phoenix after a 4-day raft trip and became violently ill a few hours later. My whole digestive system wanted out of my body. When I moaned at the front desk the next morning they gave me back the money for the meal (whoopty frickin doo) and I got to fly home feeling like a dead duck. Blah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hang 21 View Post
    I know one thing I'll never eat again...seafood alfredo. Had some at a hotel bar in Phoenix after a 4-day raft trip and became violently ill a few hours later. My whole digestive system wanted out of my body. When I moaned at the front desk the next morning they gave me back the money for the meal (whoopty frickin doo) and I got to fly home feeling like a dead duck. Blah!
    Are you lactose intolerant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Are you lactose intolerant?
    No, I think he is landlocked, foul, old shellfish intolerant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    No, I think he is landlocked, foul, old shellfish intolerant.
    Do I need to smack you with that origami? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Are you lactose intolerant?
    Not the slightest. I guess the seafood - fish bits, shrimp testicles, and whatever else was in there - had kind of gone bad. I was really hungry and woofed it down like a dog. Lesson learned!

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