Kentucky Fried Chicken
The name of a popular fast food restaurant, established by some guy named Colonel Sanders, that specializes in fried and broiled chicken products. An ideal place to contract salmonella, E. coli, and other potentially deadly food-borne illnesses.
Nobody needs a little KFC because they don't do their chicken right.
You'll never know what we put in the pasta sauce (heh heh). And we always use expired products in our pizza, and we don't wash our hands before making your food. And we are proud followers of the 3-Second Rule.
Get a free tapeworm or E-coli strain with each pizza, courtesy of Pizza Hut.
A sickness that people get when, say, they let their dog lick their face, or they drink really old milk. Also, a way to tell if you're a nerd is if when you hear the word "virus" you automatically think computer virus instead of a biological virus.
When I ate the three-month old hamburger, I got a virus called E. coli.
a villainous individual, heartless, selfish.
Named after a near facist politician who ordered the death of an innocent native man in Canada,slashed funding for water protection which resulted in e-coli infection and deaths. Attacked social programs such as health care and education to create a two tier society, helped the rich get richer and poor get poorer. The opposite of Robin Hood.
You are harrisesque. You don't care about people, only yourself.
2. The ideal temperature at which to culture a bacteria or mold
From Latin Cultura (to grow) and Tempus (heat)
The culturo-temporal of E. Coli bacteria is 98.9 degrees Fahrenheit.
One whose body does not produce enough lactase, who therefore relies on E. Coli for lactose digestion.
"Drink your milk! Oh, sorry, I forgot you were a lactard"
Acronym for: Violent Explosive Diarrhea
A 23-year-old man develops violent explosive diarrhea (VED), watery with blood, fecal leukocytes, and mucus approximately 3 days after eating chicken that was improperly cooked. Comma-shaped organisms were found in the fecal smear along with red blood cells and leukocytes. Which of the following pathogens is the most likely cause of these symptoms?
A. Campylobacter jejuni
B. Enterotoxigenic E. coli
C. Shigella sonnei
D. Staphylococcus aureus
E. Vibrio cholera
The correct answer is A.