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Eating Habits 15 food crimes that should be punishable by law

Below are 15 habits you should desist from while eating.

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15  food crimes that should be punishable by law

Garnishing food and eating food is a simple act but most people fail to abide by table manners.

Below are 15 eating habits that should be punishable by law:

  • Eating everything from your plate should definitely be the first offence
  • Double dipping bread in tea. Oh my God! It's unbelievably people still do this.
  • Forgetting to tip the waitress/waiter at the restaurant. At  least 15% of the cost of your food. The last time a friend forgot to tip the waitress,I heard she did not enjoy the food.
  • Chewing in public; so unladylike, disturbing and in purely rude.

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  • Drinking straight from the bottle. Who taught you that?
  • Eating Jollof with stew? I really do not know why people do this. Unless you are eating Nigerian Jollof which is basically something other than Jollof, this is an offence. And yes, Jollof has a capital 'J'.
  • Eating fufu with spoon. How do you even live with yourself? Tell me. For God sake, you are not eating rice. Walk to a running tap, find a soap ,wash your hands and face the fufu. You will enjoy it better trust me!
  • Biting bread directly rather breaking first and then biting. It is the appropriate way
  • Not biting the prescribed part of the ice cream.
15  food crimes that should be punishable by law play

15  food crimes that should be punishable by law


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  • Using the same knife for both the butter and mayonnaise. How much is a knife? Get a separate one for each.
  • Pouring the milk in first when making a cup of tea. Rather pour the milk after the mixture. Milk actually cools down the hot.
  • Two people eating fufu from the same bowl. Like how?
  • Eating chocolate without breaking it. This should somehow be for the kids but you will see some “ladies and gentlemen” do same. Stop it before you are arrested!

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  • Opening your crisp packet UPSIDE DOWN. You obviously don't need people who open their crisp packets upside down in your life.
  • Grunting whiles eating. Show courtesy wherever you are. You might not know who is behind or watching you.

These are offences that should definitely be punished by law. Cut that bad habit and make sure you don't get caught.

Good luck!

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