Food Poisoning.

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@jstory07 (71275)
Roseburg, Oregon
February 26, 2018 11:09pm CST
If you want to get food poisoning than this is the way to do it: If food has mold on it and smells really bad. Eat it. If food has changed colors and smells really bad. Than eat it. If food as an unpleasant odor. Than eat it. If vegetables or fruit is real soft. Eat it. If a package is damaged. Eat the food in it. If the food smells. eat it If canned food is dented or damaged and past the expired date. Eat it.
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@Courtlynn (55260)
• United States
27 Feb
Dont think anyone wants to get food poisoned.. lol. But least they'll know what to avoid
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
That is what I was hoping for.
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@Courtlynn (55260)
• United States
27 Feb
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@db20747 (10427)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
27 Feb
Good way to tell people what to avoid, a method that could work for a lot of things!!!
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@mydanods (6747)
• Nigeria
27 Feb
I think I agree with that.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
I hope it works.
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@TRBRocks420 (84451)
• Banks, Oregon
27 Feb
No thanks my friend I will pass on this.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
That is good. My job is done.
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@Icydoll (26022)
• India
27 Feb
That's nicely said dear...yeah we have to avoid these :)
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
We sure do. Who wants to get food poison.
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@Icydoll (26022)
• India
27 Feb
@jstory07 some eat left over foods..just for a reason not to waste it.thats not good at all.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
@Icydoll I eat leftovers that have been stored in the fridge and than heated.
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@sw8sincere (5204)
• Philippines
27 Feb
it's funny how people sometimes go beyond curiosity that they tend to harm themselves at the end.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
That is so true.
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@LadyDuck (182501)
• Switzerland
27 Feb
I do not even open cans that are damaged, you can get sick also simply smelling the food, you can develop botulism.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
That is good just threw the can away.
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@LadyDuck (182501)
• Switzerland
27 Feb
@jstory07 It is better not to take risks. I remember that years ago I opened a bottle of Tabasco that was expired. The Tabasco sauce sprinkled out when I removed the lid, spreading on my face. I was scared. I was lucky my eyes were not touched.
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@anikoonline (3258)
• Hungary
27 Feb
Thanks for the tips, but I think I won't try them. :)
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
That is good.
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• United States
27 Feb
you wouldn't believe the amount of expired food my MIL had when she moved in. it was like why on earth do you still have this? how she never got really ill is beyond me.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
We never have to worry about expired canned food. It all gets eaten.
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@Hannihar (44331)
27 Feb
Judy, thanks but I do not want food poisoning.
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28 Feb
Yes that is true, same with me I really don't want to get food poisoning.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
28 Feb
@junrose123 Than do not do any of these things.
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28 Feb
@jstory07 Yes I will not because it is not really advisable, thanks for the advice.
@toniganzon (53392)
• Philippines
27 Feb
I don't even have the stomach to touch spoiled food.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
Either do I.
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@franxav (5827)
27 Feb
Thanks for encouraging people to eat such food.We doctors will earn more money treating people with food poisoning.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
They will read this and not eat poison food.
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@rakski (23510)
• Philippines
27 Feb
Now we know what not to do so we will not be food poisoned.
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@jstory07 (71275)
• Roseburg, Oregon
27 Feb
Glad I could help.
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• United States
27 Feb
Pssst this list is somewhere on the net already and if not only for laughs, it sure does resonate loudly with what NOT to do before doing . . . or what NOT to eat before eating
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@PatZAnthony (13117)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
27 Feb
No doubt we have all had food poisoning at some point, and it is a horrible thing. Odd to realize that some people really need to blame themselves for eating what they suspected might be bad.
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• United States
27 Feb
I had food poisoning once and it was no fun.
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@cintol (8319)
• United States
27 Feb
This made my stomach turn just thinking about it, no thank you I will just toss it.
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@mydanods (6747)
• Nigeria
27 Feb
You could have added: Eat it at your own risk. Asking them to just eat it would be confusing.
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@FayeHazel (21431)
• United States
27 Feb
Yes, avoid all those things to remain healthy :-)
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@just4him (128669)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
27 Feb
I agree, those are all excellent ways to get food poisoning. I think I won't take this advice, since I don't want food poisoning.
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@nanette64 (18081)
• Fairfield, Texas
27 Feb
I just cut the mold off of it and eat it any way @jstory07 . And I can't begin to tell you how many dented cans of something that I have eaten. One thing I will NOT consume however is spoiled milk.
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