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    Default The Mystery of the Cereal Boxes

    Seller/occupant appeared to be single man.

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    Default Re: The Mystery of the Cereal Boxes

    Those are expiry dates. I think.
    He likes to eat stale food, and when an item's on special, he gets two.
    The letters on some boxes is a mystery alright, unless they stand for "unpalatable" and "vile".
    No I think he started with box "A" and is munching his way thru the alphabet.
    Hey, where's the Alphabits?

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    Default Re: The Mystery of the Cereal Boxes

    Might have a little OCD going on.


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    Default Re: The Mystery of the Cereal Boxes

    Cheerios, Chex, Special K, Raisin Bran...........BOOOOORRRIING!!!!!! He'll never get the neat prizes eating health concious cereals like those.


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    All that fiber, no wonder the coffee maker is in the closet,he doesn't need coffee.


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    Default Re: The Mystery of the Cereal Boxes

    Come on, what else did you find in that house that we would like to see?
    That is cereal eaten by a fruitcake in my opinion


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne soper View Post
    Come on, what else did you find in that house that we would like to see?...
    Lots and lots of stuff like this.

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    Don't know about you guys, but this is the typical looking pantry I see everyday.

    The one John has there is definately a mental patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post

    Don't know about you guys, but this is the typical looking pantry I see everyday.

    The one John has there is definately a mental patient.

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    Its right there behind the litter box, Billy.

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    Ok, here's another from the same place. Cereal guy did all the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.D. Miller View Post
    Looks like a shelf from the Bush Library to me . . .
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    now that is funny! i don't care who you are sure this guy isn't a cereal killer?


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    I was just about to use the cereal killer line, and you beat me to it.

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    Now I know why he's single with all that cereal.

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    Reminds me of a home back in the early 70's while I was a plumber. The elderly resident had gallon jugs of water all over the place. Looked like he refilled milk containers in fear of a water shortage. Must have been a couple hundred jugs all over. Couldn't hardly walk around the place. A little eccentric, but he did pay for my work.


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    What's the use of having 30 year shingles if you don't use 30 year cap?


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    I don't think those are expiration dates. I'm thinking the dates they were purchased.

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    What do you call a bunch of home inspectors obsessing over analyzing handwritten dates on cereal boxes (and cupboard contents) in the house of a stranger??


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