And does it just apply to your own house?
Just the kitchen?
What about the bathroom?
Who made up this rule?
I need some clarification.
The reason I ask is because the other day, Parker ate a churro off the street.
I mean from the street.......as in OFF the street.
And not really off the street, but off of the parking lot.
Is there a difference? And if so, what is it?
I admit it.
I bribe my kids to accompany me places with food.
I told him he could get WHATEVER he wanted from the luscious Costco food court, knowing that even if he bought one of everything, it wouldn't cost more than $5.
So we were leaving Costco with 2 Polish dogs, 2 drinks, 1 ginormous slice of pizza and 2 churros............along with the heavy laden cart filled with life sustaining items like Blood Orange soda, salami, beach towels and AAA batteries.
We made it all the way to the car when one of the churros just broke in half and fell to the ground.
He snatched it up off the parking lot.
And quickly took a bite, like eating it hurriedly would prove it was alright.
It's alright isn't it?
I don't think he beat the 3 second rule.
He might have beat the 5 second rule.
But he for sure beat the 30 minute rule.........which is why I like the 30 minute rule.
And besides, our Costco is only like a year old,
so it can't be that bad.........can it?