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FOOD AND DRINK: The GREATER of Two Evils!

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    I LOVE peppercorn sauce on steak, so the first one is worse!

    What's worse:

    Having dinner with someone who chews really loudly

    OR

    Having someone staring at you whilst you're trying to eat
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    The latter. I hate people watching me eat. SO much. I can't relax!

    Worst:

    Overcooking rice (cue sloppy mess)

    OR

    Undercooking pasta?
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    I really want to progress this thread but those exact two were already asked and I already answered it! *sob*
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    Overcooking rice is worse. I like pasta hard, soft, medium, al dente, PASTA NOM.

    Whats worse..

    stale crisps or stale biscuits
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    Stale crisps! At least with the biscuits you can make a milkshake!


    worst:

    Overeating to get your money's worth at a buffet

    Or

    Not getting enough at one of those expensive 'we only serve tiny meals' places?
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    urm, overeating makes me feel worse (but is more fun lol)


    having a rock-hard stale cornetto with a soft cone, or a magnum that has been pre-shattered before you bite it?
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    Soft cone is worse because it tastes like carboard.

    Which is worse- fruit that has is old and too soft or bread which is old and too hard?
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    (Original post by syrettd)
    Soft cone is worse because it tastes like carboard.

    Which is worse- fruit that has is old and too soft or bread which is old and too hard?
    Too soft fruit. Old bread has many uses! Be it breadcrumbs, meatballs..or for the birds! (check me Bill Oddie)

    which is worse, eating a dish that is too spicy for your taste or eating a nice dish that has gone cold.
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    Cold dish. I hate reheated stuff so I wouldn't be able to do that. I hate spices but my ex liked spicy food so I just learnt to get on with it.

    Which is worse- having no chocolate but lots of food for a meal, or having no food for a meal but lots of chocolate?
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    Not having an actual meal would suck. You'd end up just eating a ton of chocolate and being sick.


    GREATER OF TWO EVILS:

    A pie with hardly any solid filling (padded out with just gravy)

    or

    A bag of crisps that's 80 percent air?
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    Not having an actual meal would suck. You'd end up just eating a ton of chocolate and being sick.


    GREATER OF TWO EVILS:

    A pie with hardly any solid filling (padded out with just gravy)

    or

    A bag of crisps that's 80 percent air?
    The crap pie. Because pretty much all crisp packets are 80% air now, so I've become used to it.

    What's worse:
    Too much salt

    OR

    No flavour?
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    No flavour, it's just disappointing.

    Burning sausages

    Or

    Burning your chips

    (in making one meal of sausages and chips)
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    burning chips is worse!

    dropping your icecream on the floor, or dunking your biscuit and it falling off into your drink?
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    Ice cream on the floor. I actually like the mushy stuff t the end of tea!


    Your taco shell breaking as you go to take a bite

    Or

    Your wrap ripping as you make your fajita?
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    Dropping your ice cream is worse. At least with the latter you have the option of supergulping - that's the art of getting the biscuit before it turns to sludge. The Ice Cream is GONE FOREVER.

    CHECK IT! I got Ninja'd as usual.

    The ripped wrap is worse as the taco shell shattering is an inevitability.


    WHAT IS THE GREATER OF TWO EVILS:

    Gravy that is super thin, like BROWN WATER,

    or

    Gravy that is UBER LUMPY?
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    The thin one for sure, I can handle the lumps, lumps of PURE FLAVOUR.


    What be the greater of these two evils?

    Having a yogurt but no spoon/scooping device

    or

    Having a sandwich which has all it's fillings having spilled out.
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    The filling spilled out, I once went out and bought a yogurt, forgetting I didn't have a spoon, I cupped the lid of it and used that. SKILLS.

    what's worse, flavourless jelly or flavourless squash/cordial (too weak)
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    Flavourless jelly is WAY worse. The flavourless squash can STILL BE SAVED! Add more! But even if you can't, it still serves it's purpose as a REFRESHING (flavourless) DRINK.

    Jelly is like... your pudding. Your afters. Your treat. Without flavour it's just like... a waste of time!!



    WHAT'S THE GREATER OF TWO EVILS:

    When the cook decides FOR you how you're going to have your steak cooked/served,

    or

    When someone else pours you a spirit and mixer and get the ratios totally aburdly outta whack (GIGA POWERED or "IS THERE ANY IN THIS?!")
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    I don't eat steaks, but going on something similar I'd say this is worse. I eat lamb chops and cooks love to have lamb pink. If lamb is anything but well done I gag from the taste. It tastes like chalk to me.

    Which is worse? A cake that is too sweet due to a mixture of icing and hundreds and thousands or a cake which is too dry.
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    A cake that is too dry but that's probably due to my sweet tooth.


    Lumpy "proper" mashed potato?
    or?
    "Smash"?
 
 
 
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