Dish returned 4 months after Thanksgiving with food still in it3/10/2013
Dear Miss Manners, I have an etiquette question for you. Let's say your sister-in-law borrows a casserole pan to make sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving. Then she doesn’t return it until March, and when she does, it still has food in it. I don’t mean she used it again and returned it unwashed, I mean the original sweet potato casserole, from Thanksgiving 2012, was in there blanketed with mold and pus and spider eggs and who knows what. So here's my question: Would it be rude to then take a picture of it and post it on Reddit and have it go viral? [Source]
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What would you do if someone returned your dish like this?