Abandoned cake. Would you?
Rhipnol tastes different depending on whether you ingest it or have it IV. Both times I have had it have been IV and it tastes metallic.
Never had it any other way, but I would imagine it would be either tasteless in cake or make it slightly bitter.
Either way, I’d probably go for the cake, despite the black look from the missus, but I’d give the chips and half a burger a miss. Chips are bad for you.Posted 8 years ago-m-Member
Was in the pub near our office once, playing pool and having a quick drink one lunctime. When we arrived there was the remains of someone’s lunch on a table near where we stood – a fair size portion of mash, some gravy and an apparently untouched sausage.
Member of staff came to clear it away. “Bit of a waste, that” she says. Making polite conversation I respond with “you could always reheat it!”. 10 minutes later she came back with it… reheated… for me… Nice :-OPosted 8 years agoKitMember
I used to work in a cinema and would regularly hoover up any left-over pic n’ mix and remains of tubs of maltesers/minstrels/m&m’s. Given how much they cost, I couldn’t believe how much some folk used to leave! Never got ill, although I think it contributed to the 6 fillings and one tooth removal I had at the time… So, yes, eat the cake 😀Posted 8 years ago
I remeber sitting outside a pub once, having a couple with some mates. A bloke sitting on his own at the next table gets up and fecks off, leaving an untouched pint there. After about 15-20 mins, bloke hazzunt come back. So, one of me mates just takes it and starts drinking it. The bloke’s not coming back now, surely.
At least 10 minutes later, the bloke comes back! Asks us if we saw what happened to the pint he’d left there. Me mate who’d snaffled it say’s ‘oh, I think one of the staff mustuv cleared it away’, whilst holding the very same glass in his hand. Bloke strides off to have a moan at the staff. We saw him through the window, having a heated argument with the bar staff. He comes back out. Stands there about 5 yards away, glaring at us. Me mate raises the now nearly empty glass, and gives him a nod. The rest of us are by now struggling to keep it together. The bloke snorts, turns on his heel, and storms off. We collapse into fits of laughter.
One of the girls comes out, and me mate confesses he took the pint, as he thought ittud been abandoned. She just laughs, and says ‘oh, don’t worry about it, the bloke’s an a-hole’.
Now, me mate woon’t ever have tooken it, had he genuinely thought the bloke was coming back. After 15-20 mins, you’d assume he’d have buggered off, right? He took his top and bag with him, so we’d assumed he weren’t coming back.
Question is, where TF had he been for nearly half an hour? In the bogs, trying to squeeze/knock one out? You don’t leave a brand new pint and **** off for that length of time, and expect it to be there when you come back, surely?
Strange behaviour, that. Always puzzled us.
Someone had ordered a burger and chips once, paid for it, then left. Girl came out, asked who’d ordered it, no response. So, I said, jokingly, ‘I’ll have it, if no-one wants it’. ‘Here you go then’, she said, and put it down in front of me! Result!Posted 8 years ago
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