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So what's the flavour like ?

I was glancing through the mail accumulated in the hall for past and present tenants, when I spotted this on the wrapper for an engineering magazine that someone had subscribed to.




Do you dispose of it by dissolving it in beef stock  then ? Or does the wrapper cause meat extract cubes to crumble and decay ? Seems an odd way of disposing of either wrapper or oxo cube.



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miss_next
4th Aug, 2009 06:00 (UTC)
I don't know, but maybe it was the only kind of plastic they had in stock. :-D
salmon_of_doubt
4th Aug, 2009 08:41 (UTC)

Ouch ;-)

Just to be boring, I'm pretty sure they mean it degrades on contact with oxygen, but in that case, why not 'oxy-' as in oxy-acetylene?

Strange.
san_valentine
4th Aug, 2009 12:38 (UTC)
Well exactly. Oxy degradable would have made sense immediately.

There's another one sitting in the hall that hasn't been claimed yet. There are rumours that Pavel is simply away for the summer, hence the build up of mail, but he could have moved to Outer Mongolia for all I know. I wonder if the wrapper in the hall will start to biodegrade before Pavel returns.
ceehoss
5th Aug, 2009 19:56 (UTC)
Whatever you do don't rub it on any cows!
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