14 food things I don’t understand

1. Ketchup on eggs

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Bacon smiles > ketchup smiles

2. People who don’t like mango, coriander or avocados

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Mango, avocado & coriander salsa – haters to the left, please.

3. Margarine

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39 drops!

4. Choosing muffins over doughnuts

390 cal for the muffin or 250 cal for the double chocolate donut. Just sayin'.
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390 cal for the muffin or 250 cal for the double chocolate doughnut. Just sayin’.

5. American cheese

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Seriously…is it even food?

6. Pasta served with a side of bread

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7. French Salad Dressing

French dressing?
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French dressing?

8. People who think Tim Horton’s coffee is “the good stuff”

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(this guy does)

9. White chocolate

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Just no.

10. Why most commercial soup stock is full of salt

990  mg per 10 calorie serving. Really?
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990 mg per 10 calorie serving. Really?

11. “But it was low fat, so it’s healthier”

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Ya, the myth of low fat makes me want to hide too.

12. Light beer

Ah, now I get it.
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Ah, now I get it.

13. Buying bottled municipal water (Aquafina, Dasani)

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Get it?

14. Movie theater popcorn is sold in sizes medium, large, and extra large

Not. Enough. Popcorn.
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“Medium: the middle quality or state between two extremes”

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