Science I Can Relate To

World’s oldest noodles found under Ebola’s Bed
4,000-year-old pasta made from millet

Okay, okay. In China. But I swear to God I’ve seen that very same shriveled, calcified pile in his room. Two or three times. A week. Welcome to the world of “Raising a Male of the Species”.

4 Responses to “Science I Can Relate To”

  1. John says:

    In college, we had a “jar”. We dumped everything from cafeteria red sauce to failed Organic experiments there. My buddy kept it in his room. In its later weeks, if he cracked the lid, you could smell it in the next building within seconds. We finally tossed it into the local lake. I kid you not that catfish floated to the surface.
    It’s a male thing.
    “What you mean laundry’s not supposed to stand up on its own before you wash it?”

  2. How nice to manufacture your own Love Canal. Is that where the chemistry thing came about?
    Men are pigs.

  3. Cindermutha says:

    I find little surprises and evolution in action every time I rearrange the furniture

  4. The Real JeffS says:

    Well, I suppose this violates the 5 second rule, so you can’t eat it.
    And laundry doesn’t need to stand up in order to be washed. That makes it hard to wear.

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