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Ole Geauxt
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ggygm, got any fresh saltines?





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Arkla Missy
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I used a container of sour cream once that was a week expired, I figured it was SOUR already, what can go wrong. That question got answered within hours.

Uh oh ... That's not good.






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danfraz
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I trust my nose on things I can smell


bread and such, eyes and feel






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Gris Gris
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re: How careful are y'all about expiration dates?


I have plenty of saltines.





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Gris Gris
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Zach
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If that is the best she has then fear not.

I got in trouble once with the sarcasm.
Me: "Lucy, would you like to have dinner?"
Lucy: "What are my choices?"
Me: "Yes" or "No."






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Fat Harry
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re: How careful are y'all about expiration dates?


Expiration dates were invented by companies so they would sell more products.





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Queen
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Expiration dates were invented by companies so they would sell more products.




Really so they would be protected against blood-sucking tick lawyers. Fiance' works for a big food company and he said a lot of the canned/boxed/preservative-type food on the shelves will stay good for years. But they have to have an expiration or they will get sued if someone eats a bad batch.






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