12 January 2009

I Found This In My Fridge

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It was a cantalope. At one point.


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21 comments:

Average Jane said...

Ah, that reminds me of the lime I once had that shrank to look like a leathery grape before I finally threw it away.

Christina said...

Wow. Emphasis on WAS a cantaloupe. Now it's a science lesson in decomposition.

(And I just threw out salad that had completely decomp'd, too. It was gross.)

flurrious said...

I was eating cereal when I saw this. Now I'm not.

Traceytreasure said...

At least at this point, I'm with the other 80%!!

This was fun! I needed this today!!

Hugs!!

mar said...

i guess i should say i 'had' worse things in my fridge. i cleaned it on saturday. it's not much better when you spill unset red jell-o all over the inside of your fridge. then, don't clean it for 6 weeks. good times.

meno said...

Perhaps it's from Pompeii??

Major Bedhead said...

You could maybe use it as a loofah.

At Christmas, while rummaging thru my mother's fridge, I found a jar of jam that had expired in 1999. I threw it away....

LittlePea said...

So you weren't trying to grow your own antibiotics then? I mean it is flu season....

whall said...

and you touched it?

ptooie said...

Is it bad I instantly thought of my mother-in-law? She doesn't have a problem with produce of any kind, but bottled things. Every time we're there, I throw away at least 4 items, all a minimum 6 months expired. I think last time she had 4 different bottles of Ranch dressing, all open. I'm going to do my best NOT to look in her fridge next December when we visit.

the queen said...

I found a bag of slime. I believe once it was a zucchinni.

Caffeinatrix said...

It looks like some kind of moon rock or something.

Jaywalker said...

oh my god. I thought I would never laugh again, but the canteloupe did it. It's even better than Grit's cabbage! We should make this a regular revolving feature. Fridge Crime or something. Of course, I have a tortoise in mine so that totally beats rotting produce.

Jhianna said...

You should have seen the cauliflower I threw out the other day (but nothing tops the bag of lettuce I found 5 months after buying it, ewww)

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

Ewwww. I'm not judging, as I have had things turn to sludge at the bottom of my veggie drawer, but still. Ewww.

Deb on the Rocks said...

It's so tiny! Maybe it could be the head of a doll like the shrunken potato head dolls Laura Ingalls Wilder played with. Or maybe those were apple heads? I feel a Craftastrophe coming on...

Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

Gross.

I have to admit, normally I have worse stuff in my fridge but since I got a brand new one two days ago nothing has had a chance to rot - yet.

robyn said...

I'd keep it, and call it "Moon Rock".

(Crap! Caffeinatrix beat me to it! I suck, and I'm going to hit post anyway.)

sweatpantsmom said...

Here's one for ya:

http://tinyurl.com/6rf94p

If you start a rotten food flickr page, that is something I would be able to contribute to EVERY SINGLE DAY.

Ericka said...

and you touched it. how brave of you.

worst ever was when i lost power for 30 hours and the overripe bananas that i froze for muffins thawed and leaked out the door and glued the fridge and freezer doors stuck with rotten banana juice. yummy! no more freezing bananas for me!

KiKi said...

What's wrong with it? Just scrape off some of the mold.

JUST. KIDDING.

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