adventure eating ¿Attractive?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Only TV celebrities like the late Anthony Bourdain out adventure eat me. Written this way it sounds like a point of pride for me almost as if adventure eating is a contest, but I deny. My denial is supported by my disgust of the famous 4July Coney Island hot dog feist. My board pallet is a preference not a competition. Dear kind readers: Recreational travel is popular and growing. One problem is how a person’s narrow food preferences causes a collision with one’s environment, so if travel with a widened pallet sounds attractive please consider my advice. Sincerely, Tom Doody. People are bad at choosing the culprit causing digestive problems, so people mislead themselves and conclude for the balance of their life, “that doesn’t agree with me” or worse yet when a man or woman says about his or her LTR lover: “that does not agree with him” or “that does not agree with her”. Couples should keep secrets from one another and digestion should always be secret. Another contributor to a balance-of-life self-proclaimed food prohibition is how people tend to overrate their own experience. A person might implicate an artificially-colored sweet drink, and in turn bar Kool-Aid-like drinks from his or her diet, and at the same time they keep eating at Chipotle. Summary: two tips paving the way to broader food preferences: ONE: try to pinpoint the food that caused digestion problems while accepting there is a high likelihood of error TWO: stop overrating personal experience. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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