I’m not dead yet.


But I might be tomorrow.

When I arrived this morning, I saw a bunch of new tasty snack collections in our 6th floor kitchen. As I was fixing my morning tea, I decided to sample a cinnamon flavored Laguna Alphabet Cookie. I was sadly disappointed. They tasted like cardboard with a slight cinnamon taste. Definitely not the satisfying cookie I had been looking for. I warned all coworkers that they weren’t so good and didn’t merit tasting.

This afternoon I received an explanation.

The cookies expired in 2004.

I ate a three year old cookie that they don’t even manufacture any more.

I didn’t know it was necessary to check the expiration date of the snacks they stock here. I don’t know what’s scarier: that we had a jar of cookies left from 2004, that someone who I KNOW who knew it was expired put it out in the common snack area, that management doesn’t seem to care that they feed us moldy old treats, or that I ate one of them.

If I die tonight, I will my brand new couch to my intended. Enjoy its lush goodness love. I’ll be in a better worse place…cookie hell.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ndef
    Mar 27, 2007 @ 00:51:00

    Expired ~= cardboardy.Exipred != moldy or poisonous.I think it’s a fair bet that Laguna Alphabet Cookies are 95% preservatives, based on the name alone.

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  2. littledevilworks
    Mar 27, 2007 @ 02:03:00

    Even so… if I die you can have my yarn.

    Reply

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