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Old 04-04-2016, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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April Fools’ Day; Trump supporter pepper sprays 15-year-old girl; Keith reconnects with his family; baseball stadiums’ new menus; the validity of expiration dates; the ban on smoking in public parks; Batman v Superman’s slump and Eye in the Sky reviewed; Drew Barrymore’s 3rd divorce; George Clooney interview fabricated; mother kills daughter and commissions Photoshopped pictures of the dead daughter; comedian rats on tenants who rent their apartments on Airbnb

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Isn't Adam & Eve behind the times a little? Why aren't they doing Blu-ray?

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Isn't Adam & Eve behind the times a little? Why aren't they doing Blu-ray?

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Chemda is soo right about expiry dates.
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You're telling me you trust anything a grocery store and big-chain companies say about dates without looking, smelling, and maybe even tasting a tiny bit of something yourself? They want your money.

Chemda mentioned she's not unreasonable about the dates. Using something for a longer period of time is perfectly fine, with very specific exceptions.
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Yes, I've been throwing out all my salt way too early.
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You're telling me you trust anything a grocery store and big-chain companies say about dates without looking, smelling, and maybe even tasting a tiny bit of something yourself? They want your money.
am i livin' too large for you, bro?

when i turned 30 i got my pantry in order. i don't keep food for which i don't have an intended meal around much anymore and my staples are in a nice settled rotation to how often my houseboys snack and i need to throw something together last minute.
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I don't consider expiration dates to be hard and fast rules. And it's not about having a well organized kitchen or only buying what I need. It's that I live alone and so I might not finish a carton of milk before the expiration date, or I could go broke only buying smaller sizes of everything.

I would say within a window of 1 or 2 weeks, I'll see if the items smells or looks funny, and if not, I'd say good to go.
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I'd take an expired ibuprofen maybe but I wouldn't fuck around with expired food.
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