Hike’s Dictionary: Long

May 24, 2012 § Leave a comment

Long (adjective)

To have been left out of the fridge for too long to be considered safe to consume. Often applies to food or drink that has been left in the car, found in the couch cushions or discovered under a table in a public restaurant. This sippy cup has long milk in it.

I’m very happy that Hiram has learned to make the distinction between long and regular food and drink. Although being able to discern and really giving a hoot are two entirely different things.


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