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post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
I just ate a turkey wrap that sat in my truck for the last 24hrs. Windows up, temps between 50 and 80, interior temp probably up to 95...

It was turkey, brie, lettuce, tomato and mayo on a tomato wrap.

Anyone think I'll get violently ill?

Anyone HOPE I'll get violently ill?
post #2 of 19
How tough is your stomach?

If it is weak, I give you about 2-3hrs until you spew, if your lucky. Every time I've eaten questionable food it ends up coming out the other end....
post #3 of 19
Was the ice/cold pack in the cooler/lunch bucket warm too ?
post #4 of 19
The sooner you throw up, the less sick you will be. I won't bore you with my experiences, but I've had a few.

Don't wait; stick your finger down your throat right now!.
post #5 of 19
Thread Starter 
It was in a paper bag... ice/ ice coolers are for wimps (and for those afraid of projectile vomiting).
post #6 of 19
I just ate a turkey wrap that sat in my truck for the last 24hrs. Windows up, temps between 50 and 80, interior temp probably up to 95...

You must have been pretty hungry

It was turkey, brie, lettuce, tomato and mayo on a tomato wrap.
Nothing scary there except maybe the Mayo

Anyone think I'll get violently ill?
Nope. at least I sure hope not. Maybe a cramp if the mayo was ripe

Anyone HOPE I'll get violently ill?
Not me. You might want to ask Jer.

We'll be needing a follow up for this thread. Good luck
post #7 of 19
Thread Starter 
Ghost, I new what I was doing when I ate it... I think of it as an experiment. I bought the ticket, I'll take the ride... but I think I'll be OK.

... I think I'll be OK, but the brie tasted kinda funny.
post #8 of 19
Thread Starter 
Garry Z.

I'll keep posting follow ups as I see fit.

I feel a bit light headed but I'm pretty sure I'm psyching myself out and imagining things... let's see what happens.
post #9 of 19
Did you have a little wine for your stomach's sake?
My dad used to have a cast-iron stomach.
post #10 of 19

Pike no Puke-sorry

LETS NOT HAVE A FOLLOWUP !!!!!! That will be way too much info.
post #11 of 19
Dang, are you bored with summer or something?

For real adventure, go to Mexico or some Asian third world country and eat at the street side carts.

Ever puke up a bowl full of worms?
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post #13 of 19
It's been 5 hours. Do you think he's ok ?


Should we all chip into get him a cooler with a cold pack insert ?
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post #15 of 19
I have to ask....where you stranded in the desert?? Why the heck would you eat it???? I mean yes the brie is tempting, and all gooey it was probably wonderful...but 24hrs in growth promoting temps...not good young man....now go to the corner and up-chuck.

Hey if you don't feel ill then you're a-ok. The turkey, is it was cold cuts, has preservatives (that incidentally lowers testosterone levels and promotes cancer BTW), so its quite "rugged" food, the brie, gets better with age...the tomatoes or whatever else you had in there, probably did not go bad, just didn't taste so fresh. So I think you are good to go.
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by Whiteroom View Post
I just ate a turkey wrap that sat in my truck for the last 24hrs. Windows up, temps between 50 and 80, interior temp probably up to 95...

Anyone HOPE I'll get violently ill?
Well, I for one hope you get violently sick ......




..... of eating sandwiches in 80+ degree temperatures!

Bring on the natural refrigeration!!!
post #17 of 19

Slow Roasted....

Those interior temps are like an oven...germs are killed off.....heck have another....
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by Whiteroom View Post
Ghost, I new what I was doing when I ate it... I think of it as an experiment. I bought the ticket, I'll take the ride... .

"Oh! Ahab," cried Starbuck, "not too late is it, even now, the third day, to desist. See! Moby Dick seeks thee not. It is thou, thou, that madly seekest him!"
post #19 of 19
Uh, oh. Still no word? At this point has somebody called for a stomach pump for Whiteroom? No response must mean the brie and mayo combined and formed a deadly version of a turkey melt!


...or maybe if he holds it in long enough he can save it for first snowfall. He won't need a lift, he'll just propel himself up the mountain using the good ole brown rocket!
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