Your Grandmothers Maggot Cheese

is a phrase to describe the vile stench of a specific odour which comes from expired processed foods, such as old potato chips. this phrase could also be used to describe a mushy and slightly moist substance. specifically if a strand of hair is present within the mushy and moist substance.
“hey chris! have a whiff of these chips i bought from the vending machine!”
“wtf! that smells like your grandmothers maggot cheese”
“talk about gross!”

-eating lunch
“eww! i found a hair in my food!”
“wow! talk about your grandmothers maggot cheese”

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