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Thursday, 11 June 2015

Poison



If a poison is outdated or expired
Is it less poisonous or more poisonous?!

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  1. Brilliant!
    I say Manisha, what a thought!!

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    1. Thank you Amit :) I have posted this question to get its answer; if one can give an answer.

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    2. OK, by simple logical reasoning an expiry means the product loses its efficacy thereafter, hence it should become less poisonous.
      But in my view the implicit awe and wonder in the question is better appreciated when left unexplored...mystery has its own charm, you know:)

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    3. I wanted see if people are able to catch that charm or not. Because I found the question quite funny :D

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  2. This blog post shows that your blog name is quite worthy:
    "A blog about simple yet neglected important life topics"...!

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    1. You caught the right point! Thank you :)

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  3. Seriously I wonder what manufacturers will have to say about this.

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    1. They will probably just want to shove another product of theirs on our face, giving the reason that the first one have apparently "Expired". Thank you for your comment Indrani :)

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  4. Quite a logical question, what do you say?
    I am blank...

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    1. By simple logical reasoning an expiry means the product loses its efficacy thereafter, hence it should become less poisonous.

      A blogger friend (Amit Agarwal) of mine said this.



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