Thinking about food all the time doesn’t necessarily count as a lifestyle or personality type, per se.
But it does define the majority of one’s waking hours when, like us, you’re never not thinking about what you’ll be eating next. That’s why we have trouble understanding people who aren’t constantly preoccupied with the thought of their next meal.
And what does it even mean when they say they’ll “just have a salad for lunch?” We’d like to be accepting of everyone, but there are some big questions we have for people who just don’t prioritize eating delicious food above all else.
1. How hungry do you need to be before you think about what to eat? Why didn’t you plan a method of attack before the problem came up?
2. Why do you think “I’ll just eat some of your food” is an appropriate way to talk to me?
3. What does society have to gain from this lie that snacks are “just for kids?” I mean, really.
4. What do you mean you didn’t look at the menu online before we got here? You didn’t even try to Google it?
5. What is the appeal of Soylent? Are you punishing your own taste buds? This seems unnecessary.