Is it more or less poisonous?
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An expiration date is merely a guarantee that the product will still have a certain potency when stored as recommended given known ways it can degrade. It doesn't suddenly change at the date: it is just a statistical average. So, for things that do degrade (not all poisons will, like elemental lead), the date simply means the poison might be slightly less effective that it was before the date not that its poisonous effect will suddenly disappear.
WRONG on January 11, 2018
It is less poisons
Morgan on January 12, 2018
It's probably just fermented and the effects will vary.
Claudia on January 13, 2018
BOI IT STILL POISON SO DON'T EVEN THINK IT WILL VARY
Anonymouse on February 27, 2018
I'm pretty sure if it goes bad it'd just be more poisionus...
KKB22 on March 10, 2018
Good question! I would say it doesn't vary, but who knows? Nah me.
Chicken Nugget on March 31, 2018
In all seriousness, depends on the specific chemical compound, and how it might react - whether it degrades, or oxidizes, or whatever.
I suggest you not go with the "there's only one way to find out" method.
potato on June 23, 2018
I'm pretty sure it's meant to be a joke, not a legitimate scientific research-worthy question
DarylthePony on July 30, 2019
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