#277 – Warning

I’m so used to expiration dates on food packaging I have no idea how long food I prepare myself should last. My wife made me a big batch of soup once and divided it up into small containers and froze them. I ate 1 a week for a few months and then they got buried. I see one occasionally and think… “Can I still eat this?” There’s no manufacturer’s expiration date on it! I don’t know what to do! Then my wife asks me to stop yelling and I eat a cookie instead.

Today’s Biff had nothing to do with that.

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10 thoughts on “#277 – Warning”

  1. Maskman says:

    Causal loop… This won’t end well.
    Hell, this won’t *end.*

    1. Dan says:

      Infinite Ghosts?!?

      1. Maskman says:

        Yup. To infinity… and beyond – Now with Bonus Ghosts!

  2. Rick2Tails says:

    a lot of frozen food can last for many months.Id toss it after a year for sure.

  3. kingklash says:

    Imagine if he had eaten the first frozen burrito.

  4. AA says:

    You’re MARRIED?? :O

    1. Chris says:

      “Sorry girls, he’s married.”

  5. Mister Rik says:

    As a professional cook, let me just say that, if it’s in the freezer (and the freezer works, and the food stays frozen… etc.) it’s good indefinitely. I see a lot of meat that’s labeled, “Use or freeze by …”

  6. Baughbe says:

    I’d eat it until it gets freezer burn. Then it’s not so much as spoiled but ruined in taste and texture. And life is too weird to eat awful food.

  7. sam says:

    Time travelling ghosts?? haHaha!

    but seriously I think it’d be funny if he said in the middle frame “No ghost of mine…”

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