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Crehange, Grand Est, France

Updated: September 12, 2022 2:42 PM
Toque chicken nuggets from the chef at Lidl bought on the 5th but they were already better since the 3rd. I made them the same evening. Everyone sick. Extensive vomiting, diarrhea. That's a week to the day. Antibiotic treatments. And stool exams. Great. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting See Less

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Italian secret is crazy
9 Reply 1 week ago
why did you eat it?
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you’re cracked for eating food with weird green splotches on it
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That's not what mold looks like
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I've eaten mold plenty of times and that's not what it looks like.

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there are thousands of types of mold bro
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I’m retarded
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