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  Topic Started By:  Vix63    On:  Fri 15th July, 2005 at 19:19
Vix63
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#1  MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:19
Dearest Jo,

About 10 days ago, I put a tuna sandwich in a sad little plastic box to take to work. It never got eaten. Through forgetfulness, laziness and then fear, it remains in my car. I can now see condensation and also what appears to be mould on the inside of the container so should really throw the whole things away. However, the box is not mine so really need to clean it out and return it to its righful owner. How should I approach this? I am scared of what may be lurking inside.
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mickworld
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#3  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:29


Dino

You missed out

4 Give box back to rightful owner
5 Stop being such a girl
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moj
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#4  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:31

Originally posted by Dinosaur

1. Open box
2. Throw contents in bin
3. Clean box
4. Stop being such a girl


whilst witty, it still adds to my my increasingly scary view of what Dino is like in real life. The word 'matronly' springs to mind

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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Vix63
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#5  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:32
Dino-will you come and remove a spider from the bath for me??
You seem brave!!
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mickworld
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#6  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:33

Originally posted by Vix63

Dino-will you come and remove a spider from the bath for me??
You seem brave!!


That's partly what the shower attachment is for
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mickworld
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#7  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 19:35

Originally posted by moj

Originally posted by Dinosaur

1. Open box
2. Throw contents in bin
3. Clean box
4. Stop being such a girl


whilst witty, it still adds to my my increasingly scary view of what Dino is like in real life. The word 'matronly' springs to mind





Never met the lady so not sure - but can see what you mean
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mista
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#9  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  15 Jul '05 at 23:07

Originally posted by Dinosaur

... I can't really help with the spiders unless they are very small ...

This reminds me of the whole mouse and elephant situation...
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helsbels
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#10  Re: Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 17:00

Originally posted by Vix63

Dearest Jo,

About 10 days ago, I put a tuna sandwich in a sad little plastic box to take to work. It never got eaten. Through forgetfulness, laziness and then fear, it remains in my car. I can now see condensation and also what appears to be mould on the inside of the container so should really throw the whole things away. However, the box is not mine so really need to clean it out and return it to its righful owner. How should I approach this? I am scared of what may be lurking inside.

should you be unable to 'stop being girl' i suggest...

1. throw whole thing away
2. buy new container
3. return new container to rightful owner.
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the_chocoholic
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#11  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 17:24
...or, depending on how good a friend it is, just return it, complete with tuna sandwich, without saying a thing, and THEN we'll see how good the friendship is!
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WTFH
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#12  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 19:27

Originally posted by mickworld

Originally posted by Vix63

Dino-will you come and remove a spider from the bath for me??
You seem brave!!


That's partly what the shower attachment is for


I'm sure RM2 will pick up on this when she is next online ;)
I post, therefore I am

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WTFH
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#13  Re: Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 19:30

Originally posted by Vix63

Dearest Jo,

About 10 days ago, I put a tuna sandwich in a sad little plastic box to take to work. It never got eaten. Through forgetfulness, laziness and then fear, it remains in my car. I can now see condensation and also what appears to be mould on the inside of the container so should really throw the whole things away. However, the box is not mine so really need to clean it out and return it to its righful owner. How should I approach this? I am scared of what may be lurking inside.

This sounds a bit fishy.

OK...
1. Remove container from your car.
2. Leave it at your mother's house.
3. A few days later it will be clean. (I've NO idea how this works, but when I was younger, if I left clothes at my mums, they would somehow become clean. I think it's some kind of miracle)
I post, therefore I am

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moj
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#14  Re: Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 19:36

Originally posted by WTFH

Originally posted by Vix63

Dearest Jo,

About 10 days ago, I put a tuna sandwich in a sad little plastic box to take to work. It never got eaten. Through forgetfulness, laziness and then fear, it remains in my car. I can now see condensation and also what appears to be mould on the inside of the container so should really throw the whole things away. However, the box is not mine so really need to clean it out and return it to its righful owner. How should I approach this? I am scared of what may be lurking inside.

This sounds a bit fishy.

OK...
1. Remove container from your car.
2. Leave it at your mother's house.
3. A few days later it will be clean. (I've NO idea how this works, but when I was younger, if I left clothes at my mums, they would somehow become clean. I think it's some kind of miracle)

From one who still lives at home I can vouch that this is still the case

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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mista
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#16  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 19:59

Originally posted by Dinosaur

Hmmm ........... evidently I have a malfunctioning mother. I wonder if she's still under guarantee?

I doubt she is even bi-pedal let alone owning of an opposable digit - these are modern inventions. I suggest that if you get your malfunctioning mum replaced you ask if you can get one with these"spangly new" features
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WTFH
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#17  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 20:08

Originally posted by Dinosaur

Hmmm ........... evidently I have a malfunctioning mother. I wonder if she's still under guarantee?

Malfunctioning mother?
I wonder if that's what your sprogs say too...
I post, therefore I am

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mista
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#19  Re: MOULDY TROUBLE!  17 Jul '05 at 20:12
Well done on 1000 posts Dino, I hope you feel proud...
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