On the bombcast, they asked what I think is this most important question: is there any garbage on top of the bag? I know it probably makes little difference in actually having garbage on the food, but if it's not just sitting on top of the garbage then I feel like I'm actually digging through trash to eat something. And dat's naaaasty.
A crucial piece of information that was in the Bombcast question is missing here: ALCOHOL IS INVOLVED! If I am drunk enough to consider the question, I am drunk enough to say yes. Although, that alcohol better be 120 proof vodka because after five hours the hotdog begins to be decomposed by bacteria.
Also, this question should be transferred to tested.com. Oh, wait...
i mean even if i thought the bag was perfectly capable of protecting it from whatever other trash was in the bin, it probably wouldnt even occur to me that it was a possibility to eat it. if i wanted to save it, i would have put it in the fridge.
besides, WHO THE FUCK EATS HALF A HOTDOG? I MEAN COME ON.
My main question is: Can I microwave it and redress it as a hot dog with a bun and condiments? If so, then yes. IF I am forced to choose to eat if from the bag, AS IS..... If there is no food in the house, then yeah why not. My stomach was built to digest shit. Might as well put it to work.
I'd probably do it if I was sloppy drunk.
Speaking of eating when you plop home drunk. Once I got home early in the morning and had a wild hankering for a watermelon I had in the fridge. However I was too drunk to proplerly open it with a knife. So I ended up doing this.
All that sweet melon was mine now! After devouringit, I promptly passed out and the morning after it took me awhile to remember why there was watermelon parts all over my shower.
What are people more disgusted by? The fact that it's been out for 5 hours, or that it's in the trash?
Personally it being out for 5 hours doesn't bother me. I have eaten things that have been sitting out for much longer than 5 hours before.
I refuse to eat anything sitting in the trash though.
Of course I work in a kitchen, so I pretty much have an iron stomach from eating really old food.