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Weird Ways You Love To Eat Your Food and Candy

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Lush, Nov 25, 2001.

  1. Lush

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    Weird Ways You Love To Eat Your Food and Candy

    Discussion started by Lush - Nov 25, 2001

    Gum: I can't chew it for more than 30 seconds, then I throw it out and pop in another piece (this is the best with that goldrush nuggets gum that comes in the little cloth bag)

    Chocolate/bars: I have to eat all the chocolate off the outside (or at least the sides) before I can eat the inside (only works on bars with a different middle.

    Broccoli: must eat the leafy, nubbly top first, then the stem.

    Mom always told me not to play with my food, but I couldn't help it.
     
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    beardo - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    im obsessed with proportion and distribution. each bite must have an amount of all items on the plate so that my last bite finishes everything at the same time.
     
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    Smart - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    seriously, it's like dining with Rainman...
     
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    CIPHER_one - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    what a weirdo.

    I feel the need to set it up as a cival war reinactment. The gravy is a lake, the mashed potatoes, the battle field. so on and so forth.

    not really though.

    actually, I drown everything on my plate in meat gravy. it's like a game "guess what food it is". everything looks the same so I get a little surprise with every bite....."Hmm, this looks like turkey *chomp* *chomp*....ah, nope, it was a mouse"

    who's the weirdo?
     
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    Cracked Ass - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    Civil war reenactment, hahahaha...hahaha...
    I used to do that around the single digits of age, eating off these plates that had scenes on them.
    I do the Beardo distribution thing sometimes, but not in the same bite, just leaving a little from each item till the end.
    I used to do the Lucky Charms marshmallow overload thing (eat all the oat stuff first, then straight spoonfuls of soggy marshmallows at the end).
    I also try to eat the entire KitKat bar the long way without any of the segments breaking off, it gets harder and harder toward the end.
    I go to great lengths to secure all the 2-bone chicken wings, and eat the 1-bones only as a last resort.
    There's probably a couple dozen more quirks of about the same severity.
     
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    T.T Boy - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    nothing on my plate may touch. every seperate food must not mix with the others.
     
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    mr.e - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    im getting pretty good at not doing this anymore, but i used to (and still do sometimes, when no one is looking) eat every item seperately, like first the meat, then the potatoes, then the noodles...i couldnt start something till something else was finished, and i couldnt eat more than one thing at a time.

    but then i quit all that and now im a fat motherfucker. maybe i should start up that program again.
     
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    CIPHER_one - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I still do that Lucky Charms thing. And I usually eat kit kats like that. But its an art form really. I try to get the wafers chocolate-free without breaking them. its hard.
     
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    seeking - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    i throw away the ends of things. like, i pick up a french fry, eat it down to about half an inch, then throw it away. sandwhiches, same thing. basically, i dont eat the part that i was holding onto. if im real hungry, i dont think about it, but during your usual sort of meal, i do it unconciously....
     
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    eyeBddub - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I do that too. And when I'm in the process of eating, I always eat one thing, then move onto another, and so forth. There is never a mess on my plate ... ever.
     
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    TOY - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    i have to eat cereal soggy. i dont know if this is weird but say there are three things on the plate. i have to eat whatever there is most of first. then move on to the next.
     
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    chizm - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    everyone is somewhat obsessive compulsive.

    the way we eat certain things really determines the little bit of obsessive compulsive tendancies we have.
     
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    SPLINTER - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    beardo you are not alone. i do the exact same thing. i think i noticed that i did it about 4 years ago but i prolly done it all my life.

    i have to eat cheesecake very slowly.

    i eat my penutbutter(sometime w/jelly sometimes not) the way lush eats her chocolate bars.

    and i just plain eat. im a fatass. i truely am.
     
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    blahblahblah - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    every single piece of cereal has to have been dunked in the milk before i start to eat it...and soggy cereal?..forget it...i dont care how many starving children there are in the world, that shit gets thrown away faster than most fast things.

    ice cream- i scrape most of it off with my top teeth until it looks like arsineo hall's hair circa 1990 then it's time to dine.

    if mash potatos are on my plate, it's all over for whatever else is sharing space. i mix everything with them.
     
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    Lush - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I do that too (I forgot all about some of these things).
    I never thought of it as a problem, but I did do it today, I always do, It just never occured to me to eat them all haphazardly....
     
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