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    My ex would only eat one category of food at a time. So if he had fish, chips and salad, if he started on the fish, he would not eat anything else on the plate until he finished the fish. We always took the mick out of him for doing it.

    I always fold toast before I eat it. No idea why, I just do.
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    With kitkat chunkies I always have to eat the chocolate around the outside seperately to the wafer bit. I also sort of do the same thing with jaffa cakes. First I eat the bit around the outside. Then I have to seperate the rest of the base, the orange marmalade jelly thing and the chocolate covering the orange bit and then eat each of them separately.
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    (Original post by gethsemane342)
    My ex would only eat one category of food at a time. So if he had fish, chips and salad, if he started on the fish, he would not eat anything else on the plate until he finished the fish. We always took the mick out of him for doing it.

    I always fold toast before I eat it. No idea why, I just do.
    I always do that as well, if I have a roast I eat the Yorkshire puddings, then the potato, then the veg and then the meat. Always have, and it's gotta be in that order.


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    (Original post by smudge_moon)
    I always do that as well, if I have a roast I eat the Yorkshire puddings, then the potato, then the veg and then the meat. Always have, and it's gotta be in that order.


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    Yes! I will never understand people who mix food :hmmm:

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    The one unforgivable sin for me is when people rustle way more than is needed.

    Like someone with a hand far too big for a packet of crisps, who insists on shoving their whole hand in and rustling around without looking to find a single crisp. And they do this for every. Single. Crisp. Or people who feel the need to play with a wrapper once they've finished the food.

    And the worst, sucking on a straw when the drink is clearly gone.

    Anyyywayyyyy, I'll calm back down now.
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    I peel off the chocolate off the miniroll , then unravel the sponge and lick the cream. Yummy.
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    if i'm eating a boiled egg, i have a specific order to do things in. i have to tap all the way round the round of the egg, about a finger's width down from the top of the egg, with a certain spoon, before i lever it out, eat the inside egg bit, and put that on a seperate napkin next to the plate. then i get buttered toast cut up into exactly 5 pieces which i did beforehand and dip it into the yolk, and eat that in 3 bites. then i can use the same spoon to eat the rest of the egg on the inside and put the empty shell on the napkin with the top of the egg. then if there's any toast left i eat that.
    apparently i didn't use to be so compulsive with boiled eggs (of all things???) but i never noticed until my brother actually recorded me doing it exactly the same like 4 times in a row XD

    omg ! also, does anyone else pull one of the biscuity sides off custard creams or bourbouns, and then nibble round the remaining biscuit so you get as much buttercream as possible? i do that with muffins and cake too. with cake i take the top bit of sponge off and eat that and then eat the remaining bit of sponge with the rest of the buttercream :3 with muffins or fairy cakes i like just taking off the bottom bit.
 
 
 
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