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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    My dad loves to turn any dessert, even ones with pastry or crumble topping designed to be deliciously crunchy, into a disgusting soup with an abhorrent volume of pouring cream. This is akin to making soupy porridge with Weetabix.
    One of my flatmates in university used to do this with chocolate weetabix.

    AND THEN PUT IT INTO THE MICROWAVE.



    ... I.. just didn't know how to react...
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    Macaroni cheese. Even the sight of it makes me want to throw up.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Throwing out the yogurt lid when it still has yogurt on it, there's nothing wrong with licking every last molecule of yogurt off it!!
    I get called a tramp for doing that in my own home :unimpressed:

    I don't see anyhting wrong with it but apparently my brother does :/
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    (Original post by Antiaris)
    One of my flatmates in university used to do this with chocolate weetabix.

    AND THEN PUT IT INTO THE MICROWAVE.



    ... I.. just didn't know how to react...
    I do this with plain weetabix
    It's so much nicer warm. I don't have a microwave though so I have to use the stone age method of actually heating it over a wood fire (well actually the hob but whatever) .
    My personal food crime is people putting sugar on cereal. If it's a sweet cereal, then it's sweet enough. If it's a non-sweet cereal, then for the love of god leave it alone! It doesn't want to be sweet! Bah!
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    (Original post by floskii)
    My personal food crime is people putting sugar on cereal. If it's a sweet cereal, then it's sweet enough. If it's a non-sweet cereal, then for the love of god leave it alone! It doesn't want to be sweet! Bah!
    What about sugar on porridge?
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    Porridge I can understand because it's pretty much tasteless on its own. I think my cereal issue is because I have more of a savoury tooth than a sweet tooth and I can't cope with seeing people ruin perfectly good savoury cornflakes
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    And that reminds me... my nephew puts sugar on FROSTIES. Yes, I kid you not.
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    I have mates that let their cereal go minging and soggy before eating. You can hear it "squelch" whilst they eat it. Needless to say, it distresses me no end
    You would not like to see me eat cereal.

    But then I like soggy things. Currently dieting, so no butter in my sandwiches, so no point microwaving to make soggy. My mouth is so dry when eating normal bread! I need my soggy food back How do you people survive
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    Want to see a food crime of the highest order?

    In tesco today I saw... THIS.

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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    Want to see a food crime of the highest order?

    In tesco today I saw... THIS.

    They were eating them on the One Show a few weeks back. The presenter said they tasted like jam sandwiches. Lol.
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    (Original post by foxo)
    Macaroni cheese. Even the sight of it makes me want to throw up.
    I find it strange how people absolutely love macaroni cheese. A definite no for me.

    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    And that reminds me... my nephew puts sugar on FROSTIES. Yes, I kid you not.
    That boy sure has one hell of a sweet tooth. :zomg: Once I started eating Frosties well over 10 years ago now, I could no longer eat Corn Flakes without sugar aplenty. I just avoid them now.
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    Putting fresh coriander over a just made curry :zomg:

    Why?! Why?!
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    (Original post by Uzzy?)
    Putting fresh coriander over a just made curry :zomg:

    Why?! Why?!
    Putting fresh coriander over ANYTHING.
    I went to a wedding once and every course had chopped coriander all over it!! Yuck!
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    being a vegetarian mug.
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    Coriander has the power to ruin any meal.
    I had some lovely salads yesterday but they took me about 2 hours to eat because I had to pick everything up individually and wipe the coriander off. Why put coriander in it?
    I always think it's a conspiracy to make me eat less.
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    People who order pizza and then say "I don't like cheese" and proceed to scrape the cheese off :curious:
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    (Original post by Antiaris)
    One of my flatmates in university used to do this with chocolate weetabix.

    AND THEN PUT IT INTO THE MICROWAVE.



    ... I.. just didn't know how to react...
    STOP HATING. hater.

    3 choc weetabix in a bowl, with lots of milk, put it in the microwave for 2-3 minutes, stir and enjoy.
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    Bluergh. My dad had one of those strawberries and clotted cream sandwiches and said it tasted like "a soggy victoria sponge."

    Delightful.
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    - People who think the delicious properties of an animal ends at the loin, tenderloin or breast. What are we supposed to do with the rest? Throw it away?
    - Beans on toast. It's starch on top of starch, disgusting.
    - Overcooked pork or chicken. You don't have to cook it for 4 days for it to be safe.
    - Mayo on a burger. Seriously, get that yuck off my burger. It only needs a little crunchy salad, that's it.
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    Gherkins. Especially on burgers. They taste disgusting anyway, why exactly would I want to ruin my perfectly good burger with a pickled cucumber?
 
 
 
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