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« on: April 09, 2010, 09:51:40 PM »

So here is something that could easily go on the the "to disgusting to discuss" pile but having a taste for the sadomasochism; I wonder what has been the most terrifying thing you ever pulled out of your fridge.
 A while back I found a jar of jelly that I had forgotten. Knowing I shouldn't, but I was curious anyways I opened it up and discovered a gelatinous fuzzy glob growing inside. It was white with some black spots and a funky sort of smell kinda musty and sweet at the same time.
A second experience occurred with a old bottle of chocolate milk. What was inside was no longer milk, as it had separated into a clear water substance at the bottom and a gelatinous brownish substance floating on top. I didn't bother opening the container as I was far from curious as to what it could smell like.
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« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2010, 11:32:39 AM »

I've had a lot of out of fridge experiences.  One time I had...um...something in a bag that I left in my desk at work.  I'm thinking it was an apple.  Anyways, when I found "it", it was a lump of squishy material with a bunch of fruit flies around it. 

Another time, my wife had forgotten a yogurt in the trunk of her car in 90 degree weather. She found it a week later smelly rather foul.  My boss at work told me a story once of how his sister bought a chicken once.  She didn't know it was in the trunk until the car starting smelling.  He said the chicken was blue when they found it.

Lastly, during winter one year I had about 3 12 pks of Coke I had forgotten about explode in the trunk of my old car.  When I opened it in spring it was awful to clean. 
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