I'm afraid of leaving my kids with my parents for fear that they will accidentally poison them. Four small cans of tuna were opened and not used for two days. Now, they want to use it for tuna sandwiches. I'm worried that food left in opened canned somehow gets tainted.
For the welfare of my kids, I welome your thoughts.
This same freshly made dish, a favorite among church goers on a summer picnic, brought great excitement where everyone who had made some had left-overs to finish the day. I often wondered if this was served in Roman times to polish off a feast, to keep the waste-line in check. Everyone smiling and happy with their delightful cup of custard pie touched and blessed by God…of course it is safe. Soon, true to Roman custom, The smiles and laughter turned to odd feelings of despair and pain. The toilets were over crowded and there was panic in the eyes of many. Then the children were told to go away if unaffected and amid hurling up lunch and screaming in all forms of profanity the clothes came off amid a gushing discharge to the rear and multiple “Oh God”s.
Soon The scene calmed down amid giggle laughter accusations and struggling to get clothes back in place. It was nearly two years before mom succeeded in bringing this bit of Joviality to a preacher and his wife before a revival with similar result. Nothing like the good-ole-days.
|4 years ago. Rating: 5|
When in doubt, throw it out. In this case cans do have plastic liners and it should be fine, but I wouldn't ever store anything in a can after I opened it. Good answers up there, thumbs up.
|4 years ago. Rating: 4|