Monday, February 06, 2006

Spam

Does anybody know if Spam smells bad after its been taken out of its can and allowed to age without proper refrigeration?

7 comments:

Rob said...

It doesn't smell too great right out of the can.

gagknee said...

Hmmm. Very true.

I was thinking of drilling multiple (buy multiple i mean many) holes in the can and burying it in her bottom drawer or putting it behind her computer (which sits on the floor).

gagknee said...

I dont want anything too offensive, like tuna fish, I just want it to be a gradual "sniff sniff what is that smell" kind of thing

aakerberg said...

I don't know if you want to do anything that could become a haven for growing mold.

what you need to do is find a nasty smelling substance - like old milk - and expose used car-airfreshener to it in a sealed container (preferably in a warm place) for a few days. Then tape it to the under-side of her desk - or dangling behind the computer fan exhaust might work too.

Rob said...

Rather than something that smells bad, you could do something that smells good... and then do it in massive quantities. A half dozen pine tree air freshners taped to the under side of her desk would do the trick. (And keep you from getting fired.)

gagknee said...

Brilliant!

aakerberg said...

Before you do that, you absolutely MUST read this first:

http://www.zug.com/pranks/stank/