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  • Is this still edible?

    I made a sandwich for lunch yesterday but didn't eat it at lunchtime (I went to Jersey Mikes instead). So the question is, after sitting out overnight unrefridgerated is my Turkey/Mayo/Mustard sandwich still fit to be consumed?

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    • #3
      eat it!!! and come back later to tell the story... =)

      :mushy sushy in coconut oil. yum yum:
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      • #4
        eat it for breakfast. it'll be cold and slightly mushy, but as long as the turkey was cooked to begin with and it was kept in the fridge, it's fine.

        i wonder who's been sniffing it, though...

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        • #5
          No, it wasn't refrigerated Unc!

          Don't eat it!!!

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          • #6
            eat it!!!! if i could handle a mushy sushy in coconut oil, so can you!!! eat it..now..pls

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            • #7
              Are you sure the mayo is still there? It may have gotten up and walked out of the office.


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              • #8
                If I were you, I would just go to Jersey Mike's again and toss that contaminated sandwich in the trash...someone else's trash. Unrefrigerated meat and mayo = stomach ache and/or worse. However, if you microwave this sandwich, it may kill enough of the germs to spare you the discomfort. I say nuke it and eat it. No need for the turkey to have died in vain.

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                • #9
                  eat it... you'll be fine

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                  • #10
                    I can't eat it for breakfast, as breakfast consisted of peanut butter cookies and a trailmix bar with some coffee thrown in for good measure. But I'm sensing that the consensus is that I can, in fact, eat it. Side effects may include nausea, stomach pain, discomfort, bloating, gas or pregnancy.

                    BTW, is there a way to view the results of the poll without actually voting in it? Kinda dumb for me to vote in my own poll.

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                    • #11
                      Right now its 4 to 0 in favor of 'Something's Growing on it.'


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                      • #12
                        lol pregnancy is good...

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                        • #13
                          it only takes 3 hours for parishable foods to start growing bacteria on them at room tempature...



                          unless your gonna deep fry it, i wouldn't touch that mayo with a ten foot poll

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                          • #14


                            5 - 2 for 'growing'


                            thanks for that mag, i didn't get that it was unrefridgerated.


                            i would NOT eat it. no way.


                            but you should. you won't die, you probably won't even be sick (unless someone planted a booger in it overnight) but the bacteria on the meat and mayo will probably give you a gut ache and WICKED farts.





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                            • #15
                              you may also want to note the following under 'possible side effects'

                              food poisoning
                              birth defects
                              hallucinations


                              I love your sig, unc!
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