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Tasks / Saucy Tales

Every ancient condiment in the back of your fridge is a tale of neglect and abandonment. Tell us yours.

1 players
5 points
Level 0
Created by Novy San

Terms: diarycom

113 completed :: 73 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)


How about getting extra points for eating said mystery condiment?
posted by Neo on March 14th, 2010 4:02 PM

There is a different task for that
posted by Developer Pixie on March 14th, 2010 11:00 PM

Death kavo

look it up.
Just make sure to type up a story or explanation behind it

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posted by JJason Recognition on May 28th, 2010 2:00 PM

Teucer, Waldo Cheerio, how on earth do you except to collaborate on this task? That just don't make no sense.

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posted by teucer on May 28th, 2010 2:09 PM

Wanna find out?

I'll provide the condiment if you'll provide the fridge. See you next month.

I notice drive here! +3
posted by done on May 29th, 2010 9:10 AM

Squibbs! Teucer has drive!!!

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posted by APR dreamlands on January 17th, 2011 11:06 AM

Why, oh WHY is this limited to one player only? I have an excellent idea for this, but I require assistance in pulling it off!

My Deepest Condiments by Taylor Mali
posted by Bex. on April 11th, 2013 6:44 AM

"I send you my deepest condiments"
was in no way what my old friend
meant to say or write or send
the day she penned a note to me
one week after my father died.

Not condolences, or sentiments,
she sent me her deepest condiments
instead, as if dead have need
of relish on the other side.

O, that word made me laugh
so hard out loud it hurt!
So wonderfully absurd,
and such a sweet relief
at a time when it seemed
only grief was allowed in
after my father’s death,
sweet and simple laughter,
which is really nothing more
than breath from so far deep inside
it often brings up with it tears.
And so I laughed and laughed
until my sides were sore.
And later still, I cried a little more.


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Saucy Tales by Dan |ØwO| April 24th, 2010 9:43 AM

The first thing I'm going to have you do is look at this: That’s over 100 sauce packets. I’m not touching the sordid tale of those ageless entities because that’s a tale for Likes Music. Instead I’m going to tell you a little bit about my...

5 + 138 points :: 11 comments :: 30 votes
Saucy Tales by shady grey June 28th, 2010 4:14 PM

So, I was going through my little fridge today to see if there was anything that needed throwing out, since I'll be moving soon, and I came across this jar: It appeared to be a jar that was in the back of the fridge for far too long, and not only ...

5 + 84 points :: 6 comments :: 18 votes
Saucy Tales by King of Spain February 6th, 2010 11:26 PM

much as one separated from their tour guide on foreign soil in a metro station, this canning jar stands in an aura of confusion and growing frustration behind a crowd of things much taller than itself looking for someone who will recognize it and s...

5 + 64 points :: 7 comments :: 19 votes
Saucy Tales by Lincøln February 3rd, 2010 4:15 PM

As some of you may or may not know. I built my own place. But I did not build it on my own property, therefore it isn't very big. It's just big enough for me and a little bit of stuff. I have three file cabinets full of comic books and many milk crat...

5 + 58 points :: 4 comments :: 14 votes
Saucy Tales by relet 裁判長 February 19th, 2010 4:01 PM

Le fridge alors! I decided, that since my fridge is a bit bland with regards to old condiments (figuratively speaking, of course), I would tell you stories about my freezing compartment instead. I mean, there is that old Turkish pomegranate syrup t...

5 + 47 points :: 5 comments :: 13 votes
Saucy Tales by Ida Moire December 15th, 2013 12:10 AM

I cleaned out my fridge today and found this strange pairing: a tiny package tied up with string that had bonded with a rotten lemon. The lemon in its decomposition latched on to the proper waxiness and twiney-ness, adding an air of foreboding to th...

5 + 37 points :: 4 comments :: 10 votes
Saucy Tales by Joe April 29th, 2010 9:25 AM

When my little boy was born, it was glorious, shocking, spiritual—I'm sure you know how new parents go on. I was that, and then some. My son is amazing, and everyone loves him. Well, that was forever and a day ago, but it's something I know I'll n...

5 + 37 points :: 3 comments :: 8 votes
Saucy Tales by Placid Dingo June 4th, 2011 5:47 AM

The following is a case analysis of the various clients rescued from an unnamed Gladstone property. Psuedonames have been used.

5 + 34 points :: 0 comments :: 10 votes
Saucy Tales by Tobias Greenich August 17th, 2010 6:38 PM

The ride home is over. My body is showered, my hair wrapped and toweled dry with the tenderest of care. The music wafts in pleasing tones across the kitchen air from my living room speakers, melodious notes bringing life to this abode that has been e...

5 + 34 points :: 2 comments :: 8 votes
Saucy Tales by bent March 19th, 2013 9:50 PM

I thought about this task, and the most fitting condiment in my fridge is typhoid. Yes it's not every day you get to share a killer pathogen in your fridge with your friends. This is just the sort of thing that makes the sf0 community so darn speci...

5 + 33 points :: 1 comment :: 7 votes
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