Additional question..... Is putting food "up" the same as putting it "away/saving it for later"?
@WelI Obviously, yes. It’s a southern USA idiom, similar to “cut the light on” and “I’m fixing to do something”
@Hot Coffee, you spelled “fidda” kinda funny
@Hot Coffee, I've lived in the South my whole life (Florida, Georgia, and Texas) and I've never once heard this saying. I don't know where it's from, but it ain't the South.
@rojomud, yes. It is. You didn’t live in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, or Arkansas.
You’ve listed the three least southern states, I’m not surprised you didn’t learn these idioms.
That's an insane amount of left over spaghetti though.
@antgoo, bro I make it by the metric fvck ton. If you’re not making enough to feed yourself for the rest of the year do you even spaghetti?
@antgoo, One container of spaghetti? Dats rookie numbers. If you don't make enough spaghetti to feed a small illegal milita then do you even know how to cook spaghetti?
@BigJohnson86, If a person doesn't figure out how much spaghetti to cook for one serving by the second or third time then they're not even paying attention. Like, for reals, it's not that hard.
@TheKen42, bro leftovers is a thing. Microwave that pasghetti and cook a couple pieces of garlic bread
@antgoo, that's a single portion and a small one at that
@antgoo, oh yeah? Maybe you are an insane amount of left over spaghetti? Ever thought about that? Huh?
Well that container will forever be red/orangish
Is it not?
I prefer to put the food down.
@spongeblade, yeah, me too. That’s some stupid spaghetti.
Pro tip - store the sauce separate from the noodles so the noodles don't become mush.
Who puts snickers in the fridge
@bubblegoo , people who live in hot climates