Okay, what's up with this black chip nonsense?  Did Lay's quality control fall down on the job?  Could it be that this is the fabled "Black Ticket" that gets me a Willy Wonka tour of the Lay's factory?  The only things I know for sure are, #1. I'm not eating it and #2. It's not the worst thing I've found in my food.

Okay, this is probably not the blog to check out when eating and I can't wait to see what you guys have tripped across.  I got another good one for ya, but I was so grossed out that I didn't take a picture.

I went to the store to get some fresh corn on the cob. There weren't many to choose from and they were all undersized.  Luckily I found one big one that kind of had a hump in it.  I'm thinking "MORE CORN FOR ME".  At least that's what I was thinking until I shucked it and found out that the hump was a huge dead mouse.

Man, I can hear you squirm from here.  Anyways, in these days of highly processed foods, it's weird you still get a black chip every once in a while.  The corn thing, well that's just nature.  Then there's home cooked and restaurant food.   So here's a couple of questions for ya.  What's the worst thing you've found in your food and what's the worst thing you KEEP finding in your food?