Most of these are from when I was little:
Eating frozen fish fingers
Rotating plate when eating
Eating foods in certain order (ie bread first, then chips, then meat)
Eating burgers in spirals
Putting tiny bit of vinegar on mashed potato
Eating butter after buttering bread
I can only eat chips when they have Chicken Salt on them, bar of course McDonalds who already overload the chips with salt! Chicken Salt is an Australian seasoning which is amazing!
Also I have to have Mayonnaise on every sandwich because I find meat too dry!
And I can't eat fruit whole, I have to chop it up first, like bananas and apples!
Reviving this thread with my own food compulsion:
I cannot eat unwashed grapes, especially red ones. My boyfriend will happily buy a bag from the supermarket and eat most of them on the way home, which actually disgusts me. It makes me feel really anxious - I think it's an actual phobia! I don't know why...maybe it's that sort of dusty covering on them that puts me off...Blergh.
Glad to see someone else has the habit and has mastered the art of disconnecting the three sections from three section cakes/ice creams!
It's truly a skill learned through years of dedication and strife, but that middle section of the angel sponge - with the two ends still retaining the majority of the buttercream - is undoubtedly worthy of being eaten last!!