You love to go to only YOUR favorite restaurants. You love your food, provided it is chosen by you. You hesitate to experiment. Friends going out with you share a love-hate relationship with you and your meal. Relatable much?
Let’s talk about your everyday habits this time. Share with your friends and help them know you better!
1.) When it comes to food, your NO means- “Don’t you dare force me to eat that!”
When you say, “no tomatoes”, it means, “NO friggin tomatoes”! Anyone who doesn’t listen to this or makes you eat something you absolutely hate has to run for his/her life. How difficult is it to understand “no tomatoes” after all?
2.) You do not like to experiment with your food.
When everyone asks you to experiment and taste something “new”, you stick to your all time favourite. Your favourites don’t really change, when it comes to food. You know what you like and what you would avoid FOREVER.
3.) Your parents hate this habit, but you can’t really do much about it anyway.
Your mom knows how you like your meals and she always scolds you for it saying, “Ghar se bahar jaaoge to kya hoga”? But you just cannot help it. If you don’t like it, you don’t like it.
4.) Your favourite restaurant or waiter knows your order.
Even before you want to order something, they bring you your favourite dish! You are a regular there. It is not surprising to see the restaurant staff waving at you and bringing you what you your regular order.
5.) Your friends are tired of your food preferences and often as you to change your fussy habit.
It is because when they want to try something new, you completely deny even going to that new restaurant in town. They have to take care whenever and wherever you are dining with them. Along with you, even they remember your food preferences by now. Talk about friendship!
6.) It is usually a task for you to attend a lunch or dinner invite that comes your way.
Because they don’t know your food preferences at all. In the end, you actually end up eating the most basic curd, rice and chappati! While your hosts insist you to have more and more, you hesitate to explain to them what you like and what you don’t.
7.) Attending weddings and functions is the toughest for you, thanks to the food served there.
Where everyone is excited about the variety of food that is going to be available at weddings and family functions, you want to hide yourself under the table as you find something eatable in the whole menu. There have been times when you have returned empty-stomach from an event which was plain sad.
8.) People often call you a posh eater but you really don’t care.
They think you have a “fussy” attitude towards your choice. You are picky in everything. People often scold you about this habit. ALL THE TIME! But you don’t really care. You know what is good for you and moreover, what’s your preference. If you don’t like something, you say NO to it. It is definitely better than having a bad stomach later; hate me for taking care of myself! #LikeABoss