Thanksgiving Leftover Picture Goes Viral After Man Shames 'Deadbeat Sister-In-Law' On Reddit: (PHOTO)

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A man used Readdit to blast his sister-in-law for bringing back his family's casserole dish with food from Thanksgiving still in it. | Imgur: r/WTF

Not sure she'll be taking home a doggy bag this year.

A man took to Reddit to humiliate his sister-in-law after he said she returned his family's casserole dish with sweet potato leftovers (and the mold they generated) inside.

See the PHOTO below:

"She's young and irresponsible," the man, who goes by "jugglinglivebabies" "This is actually a great representation of her expecting other people to clean up her messes."

While the dish reeked, it was not difficult to clean, according to "jugglinglivebabies."

"it wasn't so bad," he wrote. "i just got a big knife and chopped it into smaller chunks and sent it down with some hot-a-- water. Four kids and five years of bar tending, it takes a lot to gross me out anymore."

Using social media to shame family members for their poor food storage strategies is nothing new. See here and here for examples.

But something about this particular photo has struck the Internet's fancy, causing it to go viral, according to MSN.

No word yet on whether "jugglinglivebabies'" technique will change his sister-in-law's behavior.

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