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i accidentaly ate dill pickles from 2004, will i die?

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ViperXX

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if i remember correctly, pickles don't really go bad.

That's not always true. I knew a pickle that had a good upbringing, was popular, had it all. But then the pickle tried meth. It was all down hill from there.
 

dank69

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That's not always true. I knew a pickle that had a good upbringing, was popular, had it all. But then the pickle tried meth. It was all down hill from there.
It was probably molested as a baby pickle.
 

brianmanahan

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good news atot, i didnt die! didnt even get any gostrointestinal ruinations, yet anyways. i feel like today is the first day of the rest of my life, and i have been given a second chance!
 

dank69

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good news atot, i didnt die! didnt even get any gostrointestinal ruinations, yet anyways. i feel like today is the first day of the rest of my life, and i have been given a second chance!
Now you can write pomes with the fury of a thousand suns.
 

ViperXX

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This sounds like a plot for a new Final Destination movie.

Oh yes, death will catch up to you.
 

PimpJuice

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good news atot, i didnt die! didnt even get any gostrointestinal ruinations, yet anyways. i feel like today is the first day of the rest of my life, and i have been given a second chance!
I would have missed your epic pomes if you died.
 

FoBoT

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fobot.com
Botulism is a rare but serious illness caused by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. The bacteria may enter the body through wounds, or they may live in improperly canned or preserved food. Symptoms usually appear 8 - 36 hours
 

FancyTurtle

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salt + vinegar = microbes don't live here

Pickling is the most effective way of preserving food and pickles last forever tell the brine is gone if it was in brine its still eatable
 
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Botulism is a rare but serious illness caused by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. The bacteria may enter the body through wounds, or they may live in improperly canned or preserved food. Symptoms usually appear 8 - 36 hours
Except that botulism only occurs in an environment of low acidity.
 

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