The milenium monster is finally waking up from it's near thousand year long nap. But Bravo's cameras are there to catch it all. Wonder if the Duke has insurance coverage for rampaging monsters?
Olive oil can go rancid & you definitely get seperation when you get it cold enough as in refrigeration. Made that mistake once. I buy that stuff in large gallon containers & pour it in a few smaller containers. Olive oil is an organic compound & it can & will go bad, ie rancid. Open it up & use the smell test. If it smells like something unrelated to olive oil, like the early stages of development of a monster fetus you know it is time to toss it. Or better yet bury it in a deep ditch so that fetus can continue to slowly develop over the cold Winter months & then rise from the dead (along with your Yamamonster) in the Spring.
Mrs. Duke tossed it, but we had a good laugh and was quite impressed that ther inquiry received responses from all corners of the globe. I shook the bottle and the monster awakened and tried to break free of his green glass confinement. I am lucky to be alive.
Oh, and I am pretty certain that damage caused by monsters, if kept as household pets, would be excluded by my insurance policy :laugh
It usually takes me several months to go through a bottle of it, and it's never went bad.....Hell, it's just oil, other then loosing it's Viscosity rating, what could happen:laugh .........Plus I just wanted to make my 1000th post:devious :devious
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