Disappeared. Gone, not to be accounted for.
The other day my sous chef and I hit Costco for some basics. Milk, while it has gone up in price since I joined a few months back, is still cheaper at Costco than anywhere else. We bought two bags, which went down to the basement fridge.
Btw, yes, I have a second fridge in my basement. And I will never be without a second fridge again. If we move, one of my fridges is coming with me.
Now neither the husband or I drink milk. The kids do, but we don't. I cook with it sometimes. Both the husband and I use it on cereal, which I haven't done all week. Both kids use it on cereal, too much actually, as there is usually lots of milk left in the bowl when they are done. And they both drink it.
Oh yes, two bags of milk is 8 liters of milk. Plenty for the week, even with all of us eating cereal every day.
It's Wednesday and neither bag can be found. Not in either fridge, not in a freezer by mistake, not visible on a shelf somewhere by even bigger mistake.
So the real question is... Can two children, aged 5 and 9, drink 8 liters of milk in three days?