A 5 year old Pizza, is it still okay?


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Fred Derf

OH MY GOD, HE'S GOING TO EAT IT!

:D

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netwokz

Just throw some katchup on it... thats always good! I've eaten quite a few old things in my life... lol but never a 5 year old pizza! Thats a story ftw!

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Red Dragon

It's weird, but on my monitor it looks like it's breathing.

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shakey

Give 10 bucks to seth so he can go to a doctor after eating that. You sure those green bits are supposed to be green?

Is that what in America we would call a Totino's Pizza? One of those cheap $1 dollar pizzas?

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Fred Derf

Drink a little vegetable oil first (in case you need it to come back up easily).

:p :D

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FunRoomSite

It doesn't look that bad to me to be honest.

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Fred Derf
It's weird, but on my monitor it looks like it's breathing.

It might be, it just might be. Who knows organisms it has attracted...

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Robbie Ride

I would prepare the toilet as a precaution, although i think you and your mate will likely fight over it and one of you will either use the bathroom sink or a neighbours, if the latter is an option be considerate and take some air freshner.

One word of advice if you do start to have strange stomache movements, it's best not to fart until your ass is firmly placed on the toilet, other wise you'll have a strange wet feeling in your under wear.

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Laura

Wait!

Has that pizza got pineapple on it? If so .. I would recommend you do NOT eat it but take it to your local biohazard waste disposal site!

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Sethos

The veggies looks like dried fruit and they taste like it too, meat has no flavour, crust is mushy, tomato sauce tastes like 5 year old ketchup - It's pretty good.

High-res picture for your viewing pleasure!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/473845/Pizza3.png

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NeoTrunks

Dugg :D

And to be honest, it doesn't look all too different from a "fresh" frozen pizza (after being cooked).

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Fred Derf
High-res picture for your viewing pleasure!

I saw EYES!

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Lee G.
Wait!

Has that pizza got pineapple on it? If so .. I would recommend you do NOT eat it but take it to your local biohazard waste disposal site!

:rofl: Good one!

The veggies looks like dried fruit and they taste like it too, meat has no flavour, crust is mushy, tomato sauce tastes like 5 year old ketchup - It's pretty good.

High-res picture for your viewing pleasure!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/473845/Pizza3.png

It doesn't sound a particularly tasty pizza :p And thank you for the high-res picture.

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Sethos

God it's starting to go cold now, it has this acid / fungus kind of taste and it smells like ass - I will push through!

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Simon

We're gonna need this event summarized in the first post, Sethos :p

As well as the digg link put there ;)

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Red Dragon
It might be, it just might be. Who knows organisms it has attracted...

There are things that can survive freezing that long. Could be dangerous.

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Damo R.

another candidate for epic thread of the year :D

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+Frank B.
Wait!

Has that pizza got pineapple on it? If so .. I would recommend you do NOT eat it but take it to your local biohazard waste disposal site!

Quoted for truth.

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Sethos

Halfway through the thing, my stomach is starting to turn ...

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Denis W.

When in doubt, get these ready:

the-pepto-family.jpg

(yes all four of them, you'll need them :p)

I would however urge you to please do not provide pictures of the pizza post-failed digestion. In other words, no toilet full of vomit pictures please. :D

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Laura
Halfway through the thing, my stomach is starting to turn ...

Get a bucket ready...

Oh btw, at work we store a few products at -40 celsius and they have a shelf life of only two years so ... :rofl:

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