What's the grossest thing you ever found in your food?

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How about finding a dead bat in your fridge?

Previous house I lived in had a bat infestation a decade ago. Not an insect to be found, but plenty of guano and other unmentionables... And a dead bat in the fridge, ugh. Exterminator showed up within a day.
 

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How about finding a dead bat in your fridge?

Previous house I lived in had a bat infestation a decade ago. Not an insect to be found, but plenty of guano and other unmentionables... And a dead bat in the fridge, ugh. Exterminator showed up within a day.
Wow, that friggen grose
 
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How about finding a dead bat in your fridge?

Previous house I lived in had a bat infestation a decade ago. Not an insect to be found, but plenty of guano and other unmentionables... And a dead bat in the fridge, ugh. Exterminator showed up within a day.
maybe the bats ate all the bugs... :papermario:
 

Splash_King

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Wow, that friggen grose

Ya, 'specially because they're disease-spreading animals. Guano isn't too healthy. :lol:

maybe the bats ate all the bugs... :papermario:

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That's what I was hinting, Captain Obvious. :lol: Bats play a key role in ecosystems by keeping a multitude of insect populations in check. Common knowledge if you know anything about animals, ya? =P
 
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Wow, that friggen grose

Ya, 'specially because they're disease-spreading animals. Guano isn't too healthy. :lol:

maybe the bats ate all the bugs... :papermario:

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That's what I was hinting, Captain Obvious. :lol: Bats play a key role in ecosystems by keeping a multitude of insect populations in check. Common knowledge if you know anything about animals, ya? =P
actually i did know that! I'm a certified animaloligist. :papermario:
 
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