Rat poison found in PL tesco biscuits

not so delicious

Haven't seen any english links yet, so have this incomprehensible one meanwhile.

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Links to other articles on that Polish page
Another junk food from Poland. Butter not Butter
Worst food comes from Poland!
Polish food in the store do not know!
Lead found in rice! She was from Poland!
Tony Polish spoiled fish
Toxic dried eggs and acid in cucumbers! Polish food
Poultry houses warn Polish chickens!
Scandal in Poland: Food Industry salted with salt!


O_o

Wow, that's sum good eatin' they have there....

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Plenty of scandals over there apparently. There was sold salt for melting ice on roads instead of normal salt for quite a while. I don't recall other ones though.

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Makes me think twice before taking another bite off my Alpinella and Terravita Polish chocolates....

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czech market is flooded with cheap polish food and whenever one of these scandals appears, these people are shocked and afraid for their health. well, why do you think that food is so cheap?

another favourite of mine: "tenderized" (chicken) meat, which means it's pumped full of water and frozen.

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Yikes! That's pretty scary and I wonder if they actually ate it by accident. It's just as bad as all of the past cases of razor blades found in candy.

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Horse meat found in tesco burgers, rat poison found in tesco biscuits... I'm seeing a common denominator here.

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Csonicgo said:

Horse meat found in tesco burgers, rat poison found in tesco biscuits... I'm seeing a common denominator here.

The letter "B"? Thieving from animals? I'm a little lost here.

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Csonicgo said:

Horse meat found in tesco burgers,

Wait, that was an accident?

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Oh how nice. They thought about people with rat problems, every little helps I guess. Silliness aside though, pretty bad start to the new year for them. What next? Dogs' gonads in jelly?

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Or another rotten Gouda shipment.

But usually this is the reason why I usually avoid foreign foodstuff.

Or just chug some vodka or stronger drink as a chaser, that'll keep the diarrhea away.

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Hey Clonehunter, you know what, you're right. Absolutely with your silver tongue. I wish more Doomers were open-minded like you. I'm impressed at our informative dialogue today. Don't let anybody say you are not an impeccable source when it comes to this topic.

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Clonehunter said:

That's an... odd... spambot.

That's a pretty old system. Just post random flattery in a thread, along with your link. Hope the flattery will make humans think this was posted by a real person and not want to delete the link. As shown here, it doesn't really work.

More advanced spambots try to pass of as human by posting stuff that should fit the context. Usually, they do this by copying the content of a post made previously by another forum member, so the spam attempt is detectable as well.

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Clonehunter said:

That's an... odd... spambot.

Don't often see quadruple-posts on these forums, not even from newbies.

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That's a pretty old system. Just post random flattery in a thread, along with your link. Hope the flattery will make humans think this was posted by a real person and not want to delete the link. As shown here, it Get a free sculpture of your penis NOW at MembersForMembers.org.

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this is going wildly OT. I want more information on these delicious rat poison biscuits.

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I guess I'm not to familiar with the flattery Spambots. Usually, the spambots I've encountered just spam links, usually to porn. Interesting info, though.

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All I know about Tesco is they sell suicide

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Heh, I recall that not even 5-6 years ago, the most advanced "context sensitive" ads would simply pretend to have links for ANYTHING you had typed in a search engine.

E.g. you typed "cholera-diseased rotten corpses"? You would inevitably see several "Click HERE for the BEST OFFERS on cholera-diseased rotten corpses!" or "Buy your cholera-diseased rotten corpses HERE!" links, making you wonder at how specific needs marketing could cover. Ofc they couldn't possibly have a legitimate link for everything, so in most cases you'd get just a generic cybersquatter's domain, or an "Oops! We couldn't anything find cholera-diseased rotten corpses,, but you can check our other offers...." link.

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cool, great another rotten Gouda shipment. just chug some vodka or stronger drink that'll keep the diarrhea away. cheap polish food and these people are shocked and afraid for their health. it's pumped full of water and frozen context sensitive cholera-diseased rotten corpses so in most cases you'd get just generic marketing. i wonder if they actually ate it by accident.

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Maes said:

Heh, I recall that not even 5-6 years ago, the most advanced "context sensitive" ads would simply pretend to have links for ANYTHING you had typed in a search engine.

E.g. you typed "cholera-diseased rotten corpses"? You would inevitably see several "Click HERE for the BEST OFFERS on cholera-diseased rotten corpses!" or "Buy your cholera-diseased rotten corpses HERE!" links, making you wonder at how specific needs marketing could cover. Ofc they couldn't possibly have a legitimate link for everything, so in most cases you'd get just a generic cybersquatter's domain, or an "Oops! We couldn't anything find cholera-diseased rotten corpses,, but you can check our other offers...." link.


GameSpot is like that for information on games they don't even have.

And yeah Google has a generic catch all to the people willing to pay the most.

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