Tuesday, 10 October 2006

PAST THEIR WORST?

I wonder...

Should I open this or not?


The thing is, the 'Best Before' date on the bottom of the can is Feb 2000...

So, I guess that it's no longer actually a NEW can of worms and may, therefore, be safely opened!

4 comments:

Cafrine said...

"Chocolate Worms"?

Wow, those are two words I never thought I'd see together.

I vote to open it! I wanna see what's inside!

Scrooge said...

During the first Christmas of the First World War, Princess Mary distributed a tin containing chocolate or cigarettes to each man in the trenches. Many of these gifts still exist, some in their complete form with the fags unsmoked and the chocolate uneaten. I've often wondered what chocky tastes like when its nearly a 100 years old....

Brian Sibley said...

Sorry, Cafrine! Mr Scrooge wins the day... We'll leave them be for a bit longer and open them in Feb 3000!!

David Weeks said...

Obviously, to protect and preserve these little worms, they need to be returned to the soil ~ buried for a few eons.
Who knows they might even breed.