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  1. #1
    JeanineAlyse Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    On Dec 23, 4:44*pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > So fess up: what do you hate about people-eating mannerisms that other
    > people may think otherwise? *Feel free to disguise your own guilt as
    > somebody else's....

    Those that chew with their mouths open or take very large bites of
    food and do not chew but to get the food into smaller "globs" that can
    be swallowed best...and fast.
    I worked next to a girl who could down an entire 12-inch, loaded
    submarine sandwich in less than half the time in which I could eat my
    own six-inch one. Plus she also had a habit of blowing her nose while
    I was still eating. Our desks were but four feet apart. Yuck! For
    those reasons only, I was so glad when she retired five years ago and
    her job was eliminated.
    ....Picky

  2. #2
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    JeanineAlyse wrote:
    > On Dec 23, 4:44 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >> So fess up: what do you hate about people-eating mannerisms that
    >> other people may think otherwise? Feel free to disguise your own
    >> guilt as somebody else's....

    > Those that chew with their mouths open or take very large bites of
    > food and do not chew but to get the food into smaller "globs" that can
    > be swallowed best...and fast.
    > I worked next to a girl who could down an entire 12-inch, loaded
    > submarine sandwich in less than half the time in which I could eat my
    > own six-inch one. Plus she also had a habit of blowing her nose while
    > I was still eating. Our desks were but four feet apart. Yuck! For
    > those reasons only, I was so glad when she retired five years ago and
    > her job was eliminated.
    > ...Picky


    I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. Subs are one and
    salads are another. Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. Other people
    seem to inhale them. I wonder if it has to do with my not eating dressing?
    The fast eaters seem to drown theirs in dressing.



  3. #3
    MotoFox Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    And it came to pass that Julie Bove delivered the following message unto
    the people, saying~

    > I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. Subs are one
    > and salads are another. Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. Other
    > people seem to inhale them. I wonder if it has to do with my not eating
    > dressing? The fast eaters seem to drown theirs in dressing.


    Yes. Dressing helps salad go down easier, as does washing it down (if
    it's dressing-less) with your drink.

    --
    _ _ ______________ ___________ __
    / \/ \/ __ _ _ __ \/ __ __ \/ / Originator of the word
    / /\/\ /_/ // // /_/ / __// /_/ /\ \ "enubulous"
    /_/ \____//_/ \______/ \____//_/\_\ !i84w!exit210!304senye!motofox

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    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    On Fri, 23 Dec 2011 19:20:42 -0800, "Julie Bove"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >JeanineAlyse wrote:
    >> On Dec 23, 4:44 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >>> So fess up: what do you hate about people-eating mannerisms that
    >>> other people may think otherwise? Feel free to disguise your own
    >>> guilt as somebody else's....

    >> Those that chew with their mouths open or take very large bites of
    >> food and do not chew but to get the food into smaller "globs" that can
    >> be swallowed best...and fast.
    >> I worked next to a girl who could down an entire 12-inch, loaded
    >> submarine sandwich in less than half the time in which I could eat my
    >> own six-inch one. Plus she also had a habit of blowing her nose while
    >> I was still eating. Our desks were but four feet apart. Yuck! For
    >> those reasons only, I was so glad when she retired five years ago and
    >> her job was eliminated.
    >> ...Picky

    >
    >I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. Subs are one and
    >salads are another. Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. Other people
    >seem to inhale them.


    Probably has to do with the condition of your choppers... folks with
    poor dental hygiene have trouble with foods that need serious chewing.
    Try cutting your raw veggies into smaller bits and prepare it more
    like a salsa cruda. Large sandwiches like subs are much easier to eat
    when sliced into manageable portions (1" thk).

    Add whatever veggies you like but cut small and precisely:
    http://i41.tinypic.com/hv76zn.jpg

  5. #5
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?


    "Brooklyn1" <Gravesend1> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Fri, 23 Dec 2011 19:20:42 -0800, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>JeanineAlyse wrote:
    >>> On Dec 23, 4:44 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >>>> So fess up: what do you hate about people-eating mannerisms that
    >>>> other people may think otherwise? Feel free to disguise your own
    >>>> guilt as somebody else's....
    >>> Those that chew with their mouths open or take very large bites of
    >>> food and do not chew but to get the food into smaller "globs" that can
    >>> be swallowed best...and fast.
    >>> I worked next to a girl who could down an entire 12-inch, loaded
    >>> submarine sandwich in less than half the time in which I could eat my
    >>> own six-inch one. Plus she also had a habit of blowing her nose while
    >>> I was still eating. Our desks were but four feet apart. Yuck! For
    >>> those reasons only, I was so glad when she retired five years ago and
    >>> her job was eliminated.
    >>> ...Picky

    >>
    >>I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. Subs are one
    >>and
    >>salads are another. Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. Other people
    >>seem to inhale them.

    >
    > Probably has to do with the condition of your choppers... folks with
    > poor dental hygiene have trouble with foods that need serious chewing.
    > Try cutting your raw veggies into smaller bits and prepare it more
    > like a salsa cruda. Large sandwiches like subs are much easier to eat
    > when sliced into manageable portions (1" thk).
    >
    > Add whatever veggies you like but cut small and precisely:
    > http://i41.tinypic.com/hv76zn.jpg


    My teeth are fine.



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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    On Dec 23, 7:24*pm, MotoFox <confucius-say@enlightenment!to!him!lead!
    it!for!bangpath!follow!man!wise.UUCP> wrote:
    > And it came to pass that Julie Bove delivered the following message unto
    > the people, saying~
    >
    > > I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. *Subs are one
    > > and salads are another. *Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. *Other
    > > people seem to inhale them. *I wonder if it has to do with my not eating
    > > dressing? The fast eaters seem to drown theirs in dressing.

    >
    > Yes. Dressing helps salad go down easier, as does washing it down (if
    > it's dressing-less) with your drink.
    >
    > --
    > * *_ *_ *______________ *___________ *__
    >
    > * / \/ \/ __ *_ *_ *__ \/ *__ *__ * \/ / * * * * *Originator of the word
    >
    > */ /\/\ */_/ // // /_/ / __// /_/ /\ *\ * * * * * * ** * * *"enubulous"
    >
    > /_/ * *\____//_/ \______/ * \____//_/\_\ *!i84w!exit210!304senye!motofox


    I learned to eat fast in the service. It took a long time for me to
    finely slow down.

  7. #7
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    On Dec 23, 9:20*pm, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > JeanineAlyse wrote:
    > > On Dec 23, 4:44 pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > >> So fess up: what do you hate about people-eating mannerisms that
    > >> other people may think otherwise? Feel free to disguise your own
    > >> guilt as somebody else's....

    > > Those that chew with their mouths open or take very large bites of
    > > food and do not chew but to get the food into smaller "globs" that can
    > > be swallowed best...and fast.
    > > I worked next to a girl who could down an entire 12-inch, loaded
    > > submarine sandwich in less than half the time in which I could eat my
    > > own six-inch one. *Plus she also had a habit of blowing her nose while
    > > I was still eating. *Our desks were but four feet apart. *Yuck! *For
    > > those reasons only, I was so glad when she retired five years ago and
    > > her job was eliminated.
    > > ...Picky

    >
    > I don't understand how people can eat some things quickly. *Subs are one and
    > salads are another. *Takes me a looong time to eat a salad. *Other people
    > seem to inhale them. *I wonder if it has to do with my not eating dressing?
    > The fast eaters seem to drown theirs in dressing.


    I almost never put anything on salad except lemon juice and a little
    grated Parmesan, and I can polish off half of a large head of iceberg
    with onions and tomatoes in just a few minutes. I don't do that in
    public though.

    --Bryan

  8. #8
    Mr. Bill Guest

    Default Re: Your Biggest "People eating..." Turnoff?

    On Friday, December 23, 2011 10:24:06 PM UTC-5, MotoFox wrote:

    > Yes. Dressing helps salad go down easier, as does washing it down (if
    > it's dressing-less) with your drink.


    Bleu Cheese Dressing IS MY favorite beverage!



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