Discussion in 'suburban75' started by internetstalker, Dec 23, 2009.
But they smell ok.
Should i risk it?
I'd risk beef, possibly, if the fridge was a good 'un but not pork. It's not worth getting food poisoning over Christmas for a measly bloody sausage.
Get on it! They'll be fine.
Course they'll be fine!
Although I'd like to reserve the right to retract that post in the event that you get really ill and christmas is ruined!
I'll book the Guildhall for your funeral and have you laid out on the racehorse bar for the wake.
they are in the fryer
Go ahead, eat the sausages, but can you leave me everything in your will first?
Cook them to death, then microwave them to be sure.
And don't come whinging on here if you have stomach cramps and the shits all Christmas
They bung them full of preservative (e.g. sodium metabisulphate and stuff) so unless they have turned green and slimey I would eat still them.
Best thing to do is not put them in the oven just yet.
Start a thread asking half cut strangers on a website what they think using an anonymous poll.
Making sure that the poll is anonymous means none of them can be blamed in a worst case scenario.
The extra time wasted collating their response will aid your chances of survival.
so far so good
Have you moved your bowels yet?
Did you wake up again
Death by Expiry Date: DED. At least he went out with a bang-er.
offer them to the dog..if he wants them then its ok
A hambulance is on it's way
Is he absolutely with no snout dead?
Oh god not again. I haven't quite got over the last pork related pun thread yet.
he died of an overdose of swine, women and song
I was going to suggest waiting a few more days to avoid feeling ill over Christmas.
Never mind the out of date meat, but you deep fry sausages?
I've got a packet of unopened sausages that are dated 14th June, nice Morrisons ones. The kind of ones that you can tell are quality as they come laid out on a tray rather then bundled together.
Did a google for "4 days out of date sausages" and this thread came up.
Consensus on here seems to be that they'll be OK, but has contemporary thinking on the subject changed over the past 4 years?
Did you survive and get through it unscathed internetstalker ?
i think cheaper ones would last longer due to all the fat.
but yes, they will be fine as long as they don't smell bad
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