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I suppose you technically could but why would you want to
DWF has a good point. Why the hell would you even want to? Gross!
I think you could, if it had been frozen fresh in liquid nitrogen.
Otherwise, I'd have my doubts, assuming you cared about taste or spoilage.
No, but you can chew it. No recommended if you are not a trained professional. :)
OK. Thanks for all of the feedback. I decided to take my best buddy's advice, and i drank it. Nothing bad happened! Why were you all complaining? I feel fine, except in my feet, which have gone numb.
hey repeating r. You are ok? good for you, most people have to work up to eating that kinda thing - Me I eat a bit of bad all the time so nothing bothers me. keep at it you can then eat about abything
Tomorrow i'm going to eat a 12 year old sandwich i found in the back of my fridge. Why you may ask?
well, i'm bored...
man i wouldn't even eat that. go get a brand new one and throw the 12 yr old one into their trash
Yes ... it goes great with Tide Pods
pods are pretty but only kids try to eat them. wash your mouth out with tide
Depends on what kind - powdered looks clean ya, canned looks good ya.
You can, but I wouldn't. Yuck!
Maybe if it was frozen. I ate bread that was frozen for 2 years and it was perfectly fine when it thawed, so who knows.
Even left in the fridge an opened bottle of milk will start to go off in a few days.This sounds gross.
boil it the smell goes away if you catch it in time.
You can... Oh, let me rephrase that. You should use it as a mixer. Goes pretty well with vodka.
Okay so.....clearly, Soda Head was before your time. They offered really nifty Guru points and faux brass rings for people who valued those things (and many did). It's important to remember that douche questions generally expose it's author. Perhaps masticate on that amigo.
I know I'll be waiting for more intelligent questions from you in the future.
Sure you can. Let us know how that works out for you.
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