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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    I would serve it to the family but wouldn't be able to eat it myself
    Yep me too...lol

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    Serve it up. No one will know

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    Serve it. No big deal or health risk.

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    I wouldn't be able to eat it either

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    Eat it, it's not going to kill you!
    You will have swallowed more germ ridden things before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    Eat it, it's not going to kill you!
    You will have swallowed more germ ridden things before.
    I so thought you were going say she swallowed more of something else for a minute there! Lol

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    What's the statistic with how many cockroaches and spiders we eat in our sleep over a lifetime?

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    The fly cooked in with the dinner or died in it after it was cooked?
    Cooked in it I wouldn't be anle to just because I would imagine the flys juices through the whole thing. .
    But fly in after cooked no prob haha

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    Was there any rice in the dish? You could have had flied rice then.

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    I think I'd scoop out a big portion of the meal and chuck it, then serve the rest to the family and have toast for dinner myself. It's a psychological thing like finding a hair - it's not going to make you sick.

    Unless it laid eggs and you eat them and grow maggots in your tummy?

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