Monday, October 6, 2008
If you ever buy two cans of frozen orange juice concentrate, and do not pay close enough attention when you bring the grocery bags into the house to notice that there is now only one can to put away, and for some reason do not think to see where that other can might be...you should know that the concentrate will melt and ooze out of the can onto the carpet of your mini-van. The can does not hold in the thick liquid. If this should happen to you, and you do not actually have a need to open the back of said mini-van for three or so days after the purchase to notice the runaway can lying there on the floor, you will have fermenting orange juice concentrate causing an odor to assault your nostrils as soon as you open your van door to get in and go where ever it is that you need to go. And in case you are wondering, fermenting orange juice concentrate will not make the short list of car freshener scents any time soon. And if you really want to know, concentrate that has sat for days soaking into the carpet and cooking in a hot garage (because fall in Texas is still hot) does not easily clean up. You know, just in case you wanted to know.