I understand that you want to save the earth. I’m an earth fan myself.
But that doesn’t mean that when there is green furry shit on the ricotta cheese you can scrape it off and serve the rest of it without saying a word and only mentioning that we need more ricotta cheese when someone who is kindly visiting (me) and has already eaten it offers to refill the little serving bowl .
And the bowl, like the rest of the pottery in this house, is adorable.
It’s ceramic and has happy flowers on it with a little matching ceramic spoon disguising the plague ridden crap inside of it so you can pass off the last little remnants of poison to unwary fools because heaven forbid you might be asked to throw it out if someone doesn’t eat it and there goes the future.
I also noticed he didn’t eat any. BTW I’m talking about my brother in law, Paul. When I questioned him about this his answer was “Don’t worry, I only put out the white part”
THE WHITE PART IS NOT OK WHEN IT HAS RECENTLY BEEN ATTACHED TO THE GREEN PART!
So I say to all you earth loving whackos, you know who you are.
I know you want your grandchildren to have clean sunny air but do I have to eat old cheese so that little Violet won’t ever have a little haze in the sky?
Don’t they ever watch CSI or NCIS? That mold is there whether they can see it or not!
My mother-in-law would have pulled the same stunt, but not for ecological reasons, if you know what I mean. She regularly came down with “unexplained stomach bugs.” (Ewww)
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Perfectly acceptable. I don’t why you are getting so wound up about this.
First sign of mold, I don’t cut it out I throw it out.
Hell, you’re healthy as a horse now, that’s just penicillin in the raw form! 🙂 Organic and all that stuff (rofl)