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Sat May 10, 2014, 03:30 AM May 2014

If you dropped a cooked turkey onto the floor, right out of the oven, would you still serve it? [View all]

Obviously after cleaning it is some way and maybe even cooking it some more. But the question is, would you serve it or would you toss it?

17 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Serve it
16 (94%)
Toss it
0 (0%)
1 (6%)
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Serve it, unless Joe Shlabotnik May 2014 #1
[ha ha , I was going to say hollysmom May 2014 #2
1) did anyone see? 2) did I wash the floor? eShirl May 2014 #3
Assuming the turkey is properly cooked, snot May 2014 #4
Depends on how much alcohol was involved Major Nikon May 2014 #5
Serve that bad boy! Ferretherder May 2014 #6
Yes, we did. We put it back on the grill, briefly, to 'sterilize' it. Shrike47 May 2014 #7
Serve it unless the floor was rammed earth n/t intaglio May 2014 #8
Serve It! brooklynboy49 May 2014 #9
Toss it. n/t Chan790 May 2014 #10
I remember watching Julia Childs pick something up off the floor that she dropped magical thyme May 2014 #11
while Julia Childs never picked up a turkey handmade34 May 2014 #13
She made my cooking slower and a bit more chaotic pinboy3niner May 2014 #16
She was awesome, did you know she also probably was a spy? n/t A Simple Game May 2014 #34
always assumed she was handmade34 May 2014 #37
Depends--how high was the bounce, and did you catch it in the air? pinboy3niner May 2014 #12
Serve the inside. nclib May 2014 #14
I'm constantly eating things that have fallen on the floor - like an animal aint_no_life_nowhere May 2014 #15
Chan790 stands alone on his turkey tossing island. Kaleva May 2014 #17
I'll get on that island and toss Chan790 Skittles May 2014 #19
I was just going to wave to him as he stood alone but you're going to beat him up. Kaleva May 2014 #21
well I'm not going to break his arm Skittles May 2014 #28
Believe it or not, there's an Air Force story behind this question MrScorpio May 2014 #20
aw no, you can wash off a turkey sufficiently to serve Skittles May 2014 #24
Kiss it better and serve that bad boy! Iggo May 2014 #22
As Julia Child in that flawless accent once said after dropping a chicken... Rowdyboy May 2014 #23
Anyone who has ever worked in a restaurant would say serve it. baldguy May 2014 #25
yup. mopinko May 2014 #26
It would be considered wrong to actually serve the parts that touched the floor... n/t PoliticAverse May 2014 #27
That's why you cook turkey skin-on jmowreader May 2014 #29
2 questions: are you serious? and why do you ask? n/t orleans May 2014 #30
Does the 5 second rule still count? Initech May 2014 #31
1 - Quick Rinse, 2 - Put Back in the Oven Xyzse May 2014 #32
serve it mgcgulfcoast May 2014 #33
In that condition I doubt it could eat anything you serve it, but you could give it a try pinboy3niner May 2014 #35
I'd serve it. davsand May 2014 #36
Serve it (nt) bigwillq May 2014 #38
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