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By UhOhhhh - / Tuesday 8 September 2009 17:29 / United States
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  Jaque_Aze  |  0

Um, ecoli? Nice try. An ecoli outbreak would require more than signs. In fact if this was true there would be national headlines about another ecoli outbreak. Noob.

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  OhhxGoshhxAri  |  0

I'm not sure if this is similar, I don't exactly watch the news, but in some MA cities, there was recently something wrong with the water. Connecticut isn't exactly far from those cities, so who knows? And people saying "pasta for breakfast" I've eaten pasta for breakfast before. It's good. :D

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  singachic87  |  0

@ Jaque - it might not be ecoli, but there is something in the water in the MA/CT shoreline area and they are recommending that you do not eat or drink water from a tap without boiling it.

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  boatkicker  |  4

Even if there is something in the water, the pasta water would be boiled so I don't think that should be part of the FML. The drinking 3 glasses and tooth brushing belongs. The shower, I will accept. The pasta is just silly.

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  fmllolfml  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  DonVito106  |  0

no this might be true i live in rhode island and we have a water boiling warning because the water company in my town found E-Coli in the water. So sorry, YOU my friend had the "nice try". Noob.

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  DonVito106  |  0

no this might be true i live in rhode island and we have a water boiling warning because the water company in my town found E-Coli in the water. So sorry, YOU my friend had the "nice try". Noob.

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  zrjones  |  0

i decided theres no way this FML happened. it comes from conn, if there was an ecoli outbreak especially in the water lines, we would all know about it. YDI for making up this FML

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  ndawgg  |  5

Not all E. coli outbreaks are national. Also, it's not an outbreak unless someone gets it. A boil water order is issued when a test shows that E. coli is present, not when someone gets sick.

By  ashuleyy  |  0

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  redbluegreen  |  40

The time submitted and the time it shows up here is completely irrelevant, but you could be right. Also, pasta for breakfast isn't that uncommon. I mean, there is Ramen.

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OH MY!! WHATEVER WILL WE DO IF SOMEONE MADE THEIR LUNCH AHEAD OF TIME?!?! Dude, seriously, I have pasta all the time for lunch; therefore requiring it to be made ahead of time.

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