You just drank out of the container in the fridge didn't you?
You know you yell at others in your family that have done it!
No way, man. I have NEVER done that! And, if I catch someone else doing it, I won't use whatever was in the jug! Ew!
Yuck! I like my beverages to stay fresh so I would never drink out of large containers in my fridge. This way I can offer someone something to drink. I drink a can of pop out of the container and that is it.
No, definitely not! I can't anyway - the only container with liquid in our fridge is the milk container and I don't like milk by itself. I certainly learned my lesson of not doing that a couple of years ago. We had a container of cream on the table, with a spoon in it. I was clearing the table and lifted the spoon out and licked it prior to putting the spoon in the washing bowl. I suddenly realised that my husband had probably licked the spoon already and returned it to the cream! Problem was, he had just got over a bout of norovirus, which I had managed to avoid with careful and frequent hand washing. I came down with it within a few hours!
The rule here is; you may drink from the container in the fridge if you are going to finish the container. You must dispose of the container when you are done. I personally am not a fan.
No..not the fridge..that's gross..and besides if anyone knew I did that they wouldn't drink anything in the fridge...however .....our liquor cabinet, that's different I drink straight from the bottle all the time..
this way it guarantees ALL the booze is mine, to be drank freely at any time...
PS...GREAT way to spread germs amongst those you love..Not a good policy....
This is a terrible and disgusting habit, that I personally can state, I have never done. No one in my family, kids, grandchildren, sibling.....NO ONE does this. They have been taught manners and acceptable behavior. This one is one of the TOP No-Noes! Gosh, Rutley...where do you come up with some of these questions??!
Yuck - no way. When I was a kid, yes. But no, I can't stand the idea of it now.
A friend of mine admitted to me one time that when she was a child she loved rolling her chewing gum in sugar and when it had all worn off with chewing, she rolled it in the sugar again. Trouble was, the sugar was sitting in the sugar bowl!
Funny! Can you imagine the things we have been exposed to without ever knowing? Sometimes I cringe at what might go on behind closed doors at a restaurant.
Ok, stop stalking me. There is no way you would have seen me unless you peeked in through my window. I did and I loved it and no one needs to know. My house, my rules. I shall drink from the bottle, you shall not. You shall buy your own bottle and drink from that if you so desire.
The thing that gets me is two lovers will thoroughly explore each others mouths with their lips and tongue but lo and behold you better not get up and take a sip out of the drink cartoon LoL!
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