I Am A Food Bigot

I segregate my food because I think it tastes weird when it mixes.

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Elizabeth. University of Iowa class of 2019. Triple majoring in English & Creative Writing, Journalism, and Gender, Women's, & Sexuality Studies. Twenty-one-year-old daydreamer, introvert, voracious reader, aspiring writer, and lesbian. Passionate about feminism, mental health, comic books, and cats.
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15 Responses to I Am A Food Bigot

  1. Yep, that’s I, too! (Grammatically correct, but unpopular. 😉 )
    It’s pretty difficult at Thanksgiving, though, especially since you don’t usually have a segregated tray.

  2. Brother Jon says:

    With nice food like that I think I would do the same thing. It’s the corn and mashed potatoes and the meatloaf that I can’t help mixing together.

    • nevillegirl says:

      Haha, mashed potatoes and meatloaf are good together… OH NO I’VE JUST LOST MY FOOD BIGOT STATUS BY SAYING THAT. xD

      • topazly says:

        I don’t mind mixing things when they’re just… themselves, but when they’ve got little pieces or sauces or other… bits… *twitch* especially things like corn and peas with mashed potatoes. Or meat-that-has-sauce with salad. Hhhh. *shivers*
        But mashed potatoes and meatloaf are wonderful together. With some ketchup… mmm.

  3. I hate mixing up the food on my plate too 🙂

  4. NevilleFan says:

    I do that sometimes too. Have you ever accidentally mixed Apple Sauce with Mashed Potatoes? 😛 Or Pickles with Grapes, that one is nasty!!!

  5. Do not mix hardboiled eggs with mashed potatoes. Also, a raw egg with steamed rice in a really hot bowl (that’s kind of sizzling still) that you mix, tastes really good. But make sure the eggs aren’t that raw. It’s not as bad as it sounds.

  6. Miss Alexandrina says:

    So do I! 😀 (Also: came onto this post by the ‘I am a French Chef!’ category that caught my eye…)

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