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JM^3
10-07-2006, 22:47:10
Well, it had been sitting in the fridge for 2 weeks, and had a best by Jul. 8th date. What is going to happen to me..

Jon Miller
(Brown juice if you are wondering)

Funko
11-07-2006, 08:16:28
If it was a salad and you only ate it 2 days after the best before, I'm sure it'd be fine.

Japher
11-07-2006, 13:23:33
This is so going on the Jon Miller Experience list.

mr_G
11-07-2006, 13:35:35
maybe you suffer from a vitamine overkill.

zmama
11-07-2006, 13:43:04
but brown juice....cant be a good thing

mr_G
11-07-2006, 13:44:33
coffeeeee :bounce:

Funko
11-07-2006, 13:45:40
What about if it's that 'super food' pomegranate juice?

zmama
11-07-2006, 13:46:57
Coffeeee is one of natures finest finest things...not to be confused with brown stinky rotted veggie juice

JM^3
11-07-2006, 13:51:32
I wiped it off my Goatee before I left the appartment.

JM
(I didn't finish the salad)

mr_G
11-07-2006, 14:05:56
you saladtosser you

Dyl Ulenspiegel
11-07-2006, 14:11:31
Originally posted by JM^3
Well, it had been sitting in the fridge for 2 weeks, and had a best by Jul. 8th date. What is going to happen to me..

Jon Miller
(Brown juice if you are wondering)

That's either a browncard or balsamico.

JM^3
11-07-2006, 14:15:43
Umm, it was jjust suppose to be leafy vegetables

JM

Cruddy
11-07-2006, 14:24:29
I ate a very chewy salad once... must have have been a slug in it that got diced up.

JM^3
11-07-2006, 14:48:28
the brown juice is fairly common in salads that go bad

the worst experience I have had from it was when sprouts went juicy

JM

mr_G
11-07-2006, 15:01:23
worst experience
http://webdisk.planet.nl/heijm509/publiek/album/hot_dog_001.JPG

maroule
11-07-2006, 15:07:45
no, wurst experience

George W.
11-07-2006, 15:09:08
:lol:

zmama
11-07-2006, 15:20:57
ummmm Hansie ummmm

Immortal Wombat
12-07-2006, 17:58:57
Originally posted by Japher
This is so going on the Jon Miller Experience list. :lol: I had the same thought.

Japher
12-07-2006, 18:09:58
I actually have the list:

1 – Getting a ticket for expire plates (tags were on the front and not the back)
2 – The courtroom, showed up on the wrong day after stressing over the date all night
3 – The Liquor Store (I don't remember what this was about, but I think we could come up with something)
4 – The Party
5 – Cleaning the kitchen (squirting dishwashing detergent all over and wondering how to get the stains out off the ceiling); trying to light an electric stove (smells the gas but can’t get it to light)
6 – Getting stuck at his office because the door is broken, turns out the little push thingy is just stuck
7 – Losing his moon roof on the interstate
8 – The salad I just ate was juicy (sat in the fridge too long, but still had a good expiration date), what is going to happen to me

Colon
12-07-2006, 18:27:50
Where's the golf cart crash incident?

Japher
12-07-2006, 18:29:10
missed that one... please elaborate

Colon
12-07-2006, 18:31:33
I'll let someone who's more skilled in story-telling than me handle this one.

Caligastia
12-07-2006, 18:43:02
Brown juice from an old salad...whatever it is, I'm sure your immune system will get a workout.

devilmunchkin
12-07-2006, 18:57:06
Jm....i can't believe you ate a 2 week old salad...

Caligastia
12-07-2006, 20:55:02
Revolting...I probably wouldn't eat a 2 day old salad.

JM^3
12-07-2006, 21:59:21
Originally posted by Japher
missed that one... please elaborate

Many of them. I would drive a golfcart (basically, it was called a Gator) arround for the Gustavus Adolphus Grounds department to pick up trash at like 6 am (or 9 am or 7 am depending on the semester) . I would generally stay up till 2-4 am so I was often heavily sleep deprived. I would fall asleep and wake up when my Gator went over curbs. I was an attrocious driver let's just say. I bumped into many things, including cars and the garage where these things were parked.

I also did this sort of work (but not picking up trash off the roads) later in the day. The Gators are set up so that there is a spring that keeps the gas peddle up. One time (middle of the day, I think winter also), the spring slipped out.. and so the Gator got stuck in full throttle. I was going 5, maybe 7 miles an hour and getting all worried because I didn't know how to stop (these things only had a parking break). There was a wall ahead, so I dived out of the moving Gator so that it could stop itself on the wall.

I also did fun things like start off across big sheets of ice full throttle, yank the wheel, and than get yanked about when the Gator hit the other end of the ice.

Jon Miller

JM^3
12-07-2006, 22:00:18
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
Jm....i can't believe you ate a 2 week old salad...

I don't like food going to waste.

JM

Japher
12-07-2006, 22:38:06
Many of them. I would drive a golfcart (basically, it was called a Gator) arround for the Gustavus Adolphus Grounds department to pick up trash at like 6 am (or 9 am or 7 am depending on the semester) . I would generally stay up till 2-4 am so I was often heavily sleep deprived. I would fall asleep and wake up when my Gator went over curbs. I was an attrocious driver let's just say. I bumped into many things, including cars and the garage where these things were parked.

I also did this sort of work (but not picking up trash off the roads) later in the day. The Gators are set up so that there is a spring that keeps the gas peddle up. One time (middle of the day, I think winter also), the spring slipped out.. and so the Gator got stuck in full throttle. I was going 5, maybe 7 miles an hour and getting all worried because I didn't know how to stop (these things only had a parking break). There was a wall ahead, so I dived out of the moving Gator so that it could stop itself on the wall.

I also did fun things like start off across big sheets of ice full throttle, yank the wheel, and than get yanked about when the Gator hit the other end of the ice.


bless you JM:lol:

Immortal Wombat
13-07-2006, 01:45:20
I mock your list.

Chris
13-07-2006, 01:56:13
I hope its choice three, as it appears to have the most comic value.

JM^3
16-07-2006, 03:49:53
Mostly I was afraid of 1 and 3.

JM

Sir Penguin
17-07-2006, 17:52:26
Originally posted by Japher
I actually have the list:

1 – Getting a ticket for expire plates (tags were on the front and not the back)
2 – The courtroom, showed up on the wrong day after stressing over the date all night
3 – The Liquor Store (I don't remember what this was about, but I think we could come up with something)
4 – The Party
5 – Cleaning the kitchen (squirting dishwashing detergent all over and wondering how to get the stains out off the ceiling); trying to light an electric stove (smells the gas but can’t get it to light)
6 – Getting stuck at his office because the door is broken, turns out the little push thingy is just stuck
7 – Losing his moon roof on the interstate
8 – The salad I just ate was juicy (sat in the fridge too long, but still had a good expiration date), what is going to happen to me
Links?

SP

Japher
17-07-2006, 17:53:32
I don't have links... if I kept the links they'd probably all be dead by now. I just record the relevant information.

devilmunchkin
17-07-2006, 18:09:41
did you ever get sick? was the salad really bad?

Sir Penguin
17-07-2006, 18:14:01
Don't expect him to answer.

SP

Japher
17-07-2006, 18:20:24
he said 1 and 3 didn't happen

devilmunchkin
17-07-2006, 18:31:15
he's probably constipated

Japher
17-07-2006, 18:33:43
I think he became leafy vegetable man

devilmunchkin
17-07-2006, 18:48:30
oo..those are called Kanten in David Brin scifi books!

JM^3
17-07-2006, 19:09:44
Yeah, maybe there was a bit of discomfort, but no serious problems. The Juicy Bean Sprouts were much worse (I haven't bought bean sprouts since).

Jon Miller

JM^3
17-07-2006, 19:11:10
Originally posted by Sir Penguin
Don't expect him to answer.

SP

I answered because of this post, but I am not sure what it is suppose to mean.

JM

Immortal Wombat
17-07-2006, 19:13:49
threadids

1 – 24284
2 – 25779
3 – 30206 I think
4 – 27407
5 – 32449 and 32759
6 – 31401
7 – 31610 and 31703
8 – 35115 (this one)

Japher
17-07-2006, 19:23:26
you have way too much time on your hands

Japher
17-07-2006, 19:27:38
I've added the golf cart which can be from this thread (35115)

and this one where he finds out he needs the glasses that were prescribed for him;
http://www.apolyton.net/forums/showthread.php?threadid=154868

Sir Penguin
17-07-2006, 19:36:21
I think this one really sums it all up:

http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=25779

SP

Japher
17-07-2006, 19:39:35
that's Episode #2

Immortal Wombat
17-07-2006, 20:13:52
Originally posted by Japher
I've added the golf cart which can be from this thread (35115)
You'll want these three as well.
http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&postid=647028#post647028
http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=26315
http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&postid=658545#post658545

Japher
17-07-2006, 20:18:02
I think the whole "I can't drive a Gator" thing can be an ongoing trait... heck, luck with motor vehicles seems to be an issue with Jon.

Sir Penguin
17-07-2006, 20:21:12
http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=26314#post658698

SP

Japher
17-07-2006, 20:23:54
Jon Miller goes to IKEA

nice...

devilmunchkin
17-07-2006, 22:53:39
<3 IKEA

Japher
18-07-2006, 13:11:23
:shoot: IKEA

JM^3
18-07-2006, 13:25:23
I got lost there

JM

Japher
18-07-2006, 13:40:46
that you did
and that is why it is now Episode #11

devilmunchkin
18-07-2006, 16:31:36
how can you get lost at IKEA? Ourstakes you through a winding path all the way through..

Japher
18-07-2006, 16:59:40
he went there after "The Vodka Incident";)

Drekkus
20-07-2006, 11:44:16
:lol: :lol:

Aaaahhh, JM can really bring sunshine to an ordinary day.