To potentially make DH very ill?

(490 Posts)
Sleepybunny Sun 31-Jul-16 20:37:06

I realise there is a similar themed thread here, must be food hygiene day.

Anyway, I cooked a chicken on Thursday afternoon. Switched the oven off when it was ready and left it in there (one of those cook in the bag ALDI special bad boys).

We went away for the weekend and I totally forgot about it until now.

AIBU to test it on DH to see if it's edible? DH things it probably is, so is sort of consenting. He's also left his bastarding socks on the floor next to the laundry basket again, for me to collect and wash presumably. As such, I feel his life is expendable at the moment.

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WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sun 31-Jul-16 20:37:53

I have very lax food hygiene habits but wouldn't feed this to anyone!

Squeegle Sun 31-Jul-16 20:38:10

No definitely not

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sun 31-Jul-16 20:38:25

Although maybe I would if he'd left his bastarding socks next to the laundry basket. Go for it.

Claireshh Sun 31-Jul-16 20:39:03

Not unless you want him dead. 😅

GinAndSonic Sun 31-Jul-16 20:39:53

I wouldnt. You will probably end up needing to visit him in hospital, and that's more of a ball ache than picking up his socks.
Also. Don't pick up his socks. Let them gather till he has none clean and then point out you only wash stuff that's in the basket.

DereksGotATail Sun 31-Jul-16 20:40:01

I was going to say no way but then I read the about the socks. Yes, let him have it.

Lewwat Sun 31-Jul-16 20:40:28

Mmm 3 day old chicken kept in a warm bacteria breeding environment..... Why wouldn't you eat it hmm

ChaChaChaCh4nges Sun 31-Jul-16 20:41:09

You can't shock

RubbleBubble00 Sun 31-Jul-16 20:41:33

omg absolutely no. It's been unrefrigerated for nearly 3 days - even if it was in fridge it would have to be chucked tonight

OiWithThePoodlesAlready Sun 31-Jul-16 20:43:59

God, no!!

I'm a bit paranoid about food safety but surely by anyone's standards that's a very bad idea!

Doilooklikeatourist Sun 31-Jul-16 20:44:41

Forget the picking the socks up
He'll be too busy throwing up
No
Don't do it
Well he can if he takes full responsibility for his actions

RJnomore1 Sun 31-Jul-16 20:45:02

Im extremely relaxed about these things but even I would be tipping that straight into the bin.

Chlorinatedfrontbum Sun 31-Jul-16 20:45:15

Overnight, yes. Weekend, no!

SaucyJack Sun 31-Jul-16 20:46:20

Nah. You'd probably be fine doing it in January, but it's a bit much to do it this time of year.

Flossiesmummy Sun 31-Jul-16 20:46:28

If either of you eat it then that's just natural selection at work grin

EsmeraldaEllaBella Sun 31-Jul-16 20:46:57

God no!!!!! I wouldn't even eat it after that long even if it had been in the fridge!!!!

gaggiagirl Sun 31-Jul-16 20:47:26

I normally say yes to these type of threads. I'm going to say no to this one. Then I'm going to say.....oh hell no!

OnionKnight Sun 31-Jul-16 20:48:47

Absolutely not unless you want to win a Darwin award.

How can you forget that you cooked a chicken?

Coconutty Sun 31-Jul-16 20:49:12

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DeathStare Sun 31-Jul-16 20:49:18

I was going to say definitely not. Then I read about the socks....

YorkieDorkie Sun 31-Jul-16 20:49:23

Jesus no. You will be imprisoned for murder and rightly so. grin

Funnyface1 Sun 31-Jul-16 20:49:24

I'm assuming this is a joke since it could actually kill him... but just in case, no, don't do it, you could actually kill him!

Idrinkandiknowstuff Sun 31-Jul-16 20:50:21

Jeez, no chance.

LegoCaltrops Sun 31-Jul-16 20:51:01

No. No way. If in any doubt why, I suggest you pierce the bag & smell the chicken. It won't be appetising.

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