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The Mystery Of A Carrefour In My Car

IT IS GOING TO BE A CSI POST TODAY....  Let me relate something mysterious and remained unsolved...

Last Tuesday as I was unloading my stuff from my car backseat, I saw this bar of chocolate lying there... It had turned soft and what I did next was to get it inside the fridge as soon as I entered the house... and I forgotten all about it till evening when I opened the fridge, this choc caught my attention again....
It says here Carrefour and with all the German language if I am not mistaken.... Fine, nothing wrong with that but my concern is.... WHO HAS LEFT THE BAR OF CHOCOLATE IN MY CAR BACKSEAT?

I rewind back my thoughts from Tuesday back to Sunday and there was nobody who sat in my car and had left this chocolate behind.  There were only two persons who sat actually and they were just as puzzled as I was... One mentioned that she didn't see any choc there on Sunday when she sat there... and another friend mentioned that she felt the chocolate there on Tuesday but never asked me why it was there.... hmmmmm......

So.... who could have put it in my car???  Until today, I am still scratching my head... This is CSI case definitely.... can look for finger prints other than mine....

I took this picture before I "disposed" it..... No, I don't think it was gone wasted... I surely will not consume it and at the same time, I wouldn't want my friends to have it as well...

Well, what would you do if you were me?  Will you eat it up, share with your friends or do what I did?


Comments

  1. oooh free chocolates!! it's French and Dutch on the packaging.. hmmm, probably you "tersapu" into your basket when you were buying something else?? errr, given me, I probably would just eat it leh, it actually looks heerlijke (delicious), ooopsss~~

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    1. I dare not la... not knowing who the giver is...

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  2. Sounds spooky. I would dispose it too.

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  3. Could it be some free gift that you or your friends were given, then dumped it on your backseat and forgot about it?

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    1. I have asked those who sat in my car but none knows something about it...

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  4. something came from no way better throw it away...

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  5. hmmmm.... 7 month is around the corner ...

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  6. I think it is best to be thrown away because as you have mentioned, it was soft when you found it. You don't know how long it had been lying there anyway. For me, anything that is unsure, it is safer to get rid of it.

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  7. Haha, I saw this in FB, and I was thinking, wah so good ahh, got secret admirer kot.. Or maybe he/she thinks you will reject if they ask you, so they put it there quietly lor.. But since you ask, I think I will dispose also la, since I cannot remember who sit inmy car b4, and how long it's been there..

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    1. It was just two or three days... dont know who..

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  8. Could it be one of your friend want to give you a surprise, left it quietly in the car?

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  9. Eeeee...dunno how long it has been there. I would not want to eat it!

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  10. Hmm....Malaysia no more Carefour wor..

    errr....7th lunar month......*twilight zone's music*

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  11. that is not German language, it is Dutch! yummy Dutch chocolate! imported stuff wor...mst be someone who jst came back from Netherland gave u some surprise!

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    1. Oh dutch! Yeah... who ah... but no one so far telling wor...

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  12. Scary leh! You did the right thing. I also would have thrown it away.

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    1. But such a pity, hor? Imported chocolate some more hee..hee..

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    2. Yeah.. but if eat also scared hor... so....

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  13. I hope the person who left the chocolate there will let you know and not let it stay a mystery.

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