Spaghetti Spine

Is it possible to have spaghetti sauce turn into wine?   If you don’t think so, I’m here to tell you: YES! It’s possible!  I have smelt it!  ( And dealt with it too!)     It was scary!

And I took pix of the jars that I found when I moved in 16 months ago.    

(Left over from former owner.  The one BEFORE the one I bought it from!  So, that means it’s vintage is at least 2005, or OLDER!!)

But , I never remembered to upload them.   They got deleted off the camera, of course, and so this post never got finished.  

So, whadda I do??       Do what everybody else would do!       Google “rotten spaghetti sauce that’s turned into wine”!     Of course!


First pic.

slob, humor, spaghetti

Seriously? This is the result??

Further down the list:

slob, humor, jar of sauce

I just thought this was too cute!! It’s supposed to be a giphy, and the sauce sloshes.

Maybe I need to Google “spaghetti sauce with a side of penicillin”???

First result:

slob, humor, more spaghetti sauce

Ok, now I’m getting aggravated!

Aha!      Here we go!             “moldy spaghetti sauce”       Now we’re getting somewhere!

slob, humor, moldy sauce

Now that’s rotten sauce!!

The ones I found were not quite that bad….






My way of dealing with it:

(Here we go again)   “pouring spaghetti sauce out of a mason jar”

slob, humor, mason jar sauce

Google, Google, Google! Get with it!







Let’s try that again.          “pouring spaghetti sauce ”         Simple, but elegant.

slob, humor, pouring sauce out of mason jar


        And, as it turns out, the most effective. 

My way of dealing with it, was pouring it down the drain!!

Can you imagine eating 11 year old spaghetti sauce?  Let me tell you, I wouldn’t recommend it!

12 thoughts on “Spaghetti Spine

  1. Thanks, Melinda, for giving me a hearty laughter! I do understand that this sauce entered into the annals of the inesculent victuals simply because it runs foul of any nutritional value.

    In the same vein it’s not acceptable to approach the Lord God a la Old Testamentary sacrifice. In the New Testamentary order is the sole availability of the Lamb, the Lord Jesus Christ, the Saviour.

    May you continue to do what you know best, dear Melinda. More grace to your clicking/typing fingers and your elbows. Amen!!!

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    • Oh, H.O!! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Definitely devoid of any value, nutritional, or otherwise!
      Of course, Jesus is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world!
      Thanks very much. And I appreciate the prayers for my fingers, and elbows!

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