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    Sushi is just wrong. Tried it once and really do not like it.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    Sushi is just wrong. Tried it once and really do not like it.
    I wouldn't agree Sushi is a crime in general, but uncultured animals that scarf down sushi like maccy dee's fries certainly is MEGA CRIM.
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    i hate people that have prejudiced opinions of food before they've even tried it ... like, just because something sounds unusual or different to what they've had they say 'yuck!' or 'i don't like that'.

    just give it a try, dammit!
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    Probably been said already in this thread, but ketchup on roast dinners is wrong on so many levels.
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    (Original post by amyshamblesxx)
    Probably been said already in this thread, but ketchup on roast dinners is wrong on so many levels.
    Oh yes!
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    When somebody rings youwhen you're in the middle of eating your food. DIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE.
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    KFC spicy wings are a food crime. Why? Because they're all skin. Shocking.
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    (Original post by HellOnHighHeels)
    When somebody rings youwhen you're in the middle of eating your food. DIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE.
    Even worse when it's a simple "how's it going?" call, you TELL them you've just sat down to dinner, and they CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION.

    Oh, no, it's fine. I love COLD SPAG BOL. CHEERS FOR DOING ME THE FAVOUR.
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    (Original post by Fusion)
    KFC spicy wings are a food crime. Why? Because they're all skin. Shocking.
    Chicken wings in general are a food crime because of all the skin! I've never understood why some people would choose to eat wings over breasts. Do they genuinely like the taste and texture of chicken skin or what? :confused:
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    (Original post by FormerlyFrisbeeFan)
    Chicken wings in general are a food crime because of all the skin! I've never understood why some people would choose to eat wings over breasts. Do they genuinely like the taste and texture of chicken skin or what? :confused:
    I guess because they're spicy, and maybe the limited amount of meat is of good quality.
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    Food Crime my lazy father is guilty of.

    "Are you going to get something for your dinner or what?"
    "Aye, I'm fine, you just fix yours, I'll get something later."

    *cooks something personal-portion sized, with a surplus one or two for later (For example, five fish fingers; three for my plate just now, two for a sandwich before bed )*

    *comes down later*

    "Where are those fish fingers I made?"
    "Oh, I ate them. I couldn't be bothered making anything and I saw you made too many."

    STOP BEING SO DAMNED LAZY.

    My dad is the sort of person who will, if you bring him something for lunch - eat a sandwich or pasty that is ready-made etc, if presented to him, but if you brought him back something with even the slightest, TINIEST preparation (Talking, microwaving here), he will just say he's not hungry.
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    Americano coffee.

    If I want an espresso, I will have an espresso. On the other hand if I want a coffee; I'd rather have a proper coffee; whether made in a filter or a French Press - why do so many coffee places serve watered down espresso as their standard basic coffee? I know 99% of the milkshakes/chocamochacaramel-fests on offer are espresso based but you would think a cafe - someone whose nuts and bolts business is hot drinks should be able to give you a basic coffee of comparable quality to that made at home.
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    (Original post by Jake22)
    Americano coffee.

    If I want an espresso, I will have an espresso. On the other hand if I want a coffee; I'd rather have a proper coffee; whether made in a filter or a French Press - why do so many coffee places serve watered down espresso as their standard basic coffee? I know 99% of the milkshakes/chocamochacaramel-fests on offer are espresso based but you would think a cafe - someone whose nuts and bolts business is hot drinks should be able to give you a basic coffee of comparable quality to that made at home.
    For "coffee shops", a lot of them genuinely don't sell that much in the way of actual coffee!

    I got looked at like a leper asking for a full Swedish hand massage when I asked for TEA, of all things.

    They kinda looked back at me like, "But we can't put a shot of cinnamon-mocha-whipped-latte-strudelfluff in that..."
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    People who go to the Chinese and order chips and curry sauce. Just, why?

    Also, people who look at a mildly unique thing on a menu and do the whole "eeeewwww look at "insert name of mildly unique food", that's just disgusting, boke!"
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    When your boyfriend asks you to make him squid so he can try it..and then you do, and he pokes at it and decides he doesn't like it without trying it.
    Oh right.
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    When your boyfriend asks you to make him squid so he can try it..and then you do, and he pokes at it and decides he doesn't like it without trying it.
    Oh right.
    Agreed! You need to taste it before making an informed decision
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    When your boyfriend asks you to make him squid so he can try it..and then you do, and he pokes at it and decides he doesn't like it without trying it.
    Oh right.
    sounds to me you should be MYYYY spouse!!
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    sounds to me you should be MYYYY spouse!!
    I've been saying this for months.
    Will you propose with a squid ring?
    Either that or a hula hoop.
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    aaaaw its always nice to see a couple in love
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    My brother eats tuna sandwiches with ketchup, then simultaneously drinks milk with it
    My sister used to eat pasta with no sauce, and sugar sprinkled on top ¬.¬

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