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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Food Poisoning sucks. Well no, actually it blows.

If you ever are at risk of getting it, don't have red wine that day. It will make cleaning the floors, walls, dresser and ceiling (yes ceiling) easier.

Yikes. Any particular restaurant we should stay the hell away from?
quote:
Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Food Poisoning sucks. Well no, actually it blows.

If you ever are at risk of getting it, don't have red wine that day. It will make cleaning the floors, walls, dresser and ceiling (yes ceiling) easier.


So terribly sorry, Rob. I had this in a hotel a couple of years ago and called my wife about 3 AM after 24 hours non-stop and told her I was going to go to the hospital if this did not ease up within the next hour.

I remember just sitting on a cold hotel bathroom floor with towels wrapped over me waiting for the next round to start again. I left an $100 bill on the dresser which was not enough in hindsight.
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Originally posted by VinT:
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Food Poisoning sucks. Well no, actually it blows.

If you ever are at risk of getting it, don't have red wine that day. It will make cleaning the floors, walls, dresser and ceiling (yes ceiling) easier.

Yikes. Any particular restaurant we should stay the hell away from?


It was (my body tells me) the tomato & onion jam from a filet mignon deconstructed salad at a restaurant I've been to many times which has never been bad to me. They must have bought the onion preserves from the cronut place that got hundreds sick at the CNE this year...

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