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8 foods it's perfectly acceptable to be picky about

Don’t let anyone tell you what you should be eating.

PICKY EATERS OF the world – it’s OK! Don’t let anyone judge you.

It’s perfectly acceptable to be fussy about the following foodstuffs.

1. Butter/mayonnaise/ketchup turning up, uninvited

5355771797_d1427209e7_b Bleugh. Flickr / Steven Depolo Flickr / Steven Depolo / Steven Depolo

It’s like a sixth sense. You just KNOW when someone wasn’t listening and slathered one horrid condiment or other all over your roll. You just know.

2. Lumpy mashed potatoes


3. Beans muddled in with a fry

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The bean juice must NEVER touch anything else. Put it in a separate dish or die.

4. Lettuce or onions lingering in the deli cheese

There’s a reason why you didn’t ask for them in your sandwich.

5. Underdone steak

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Some people cannot abide even a trace of pink in their beef. Let them live.

6. Meat on the bone

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Similarly, the sight of meat on the bone can send shudders down the spine of certain picky eaters, and that’s OK, OK?!

7. Raisins

raisincoll-630x308 Raisins or sheep poo. Can you tell the difference? No? Pixabay / Border Terrier Pixabay / Border Terrier / Border Terrier

Cheeky gits showing up everywhere without warning, completely unwelcome. They’re getting picked out.

8. Burgers

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If there is lettuce on the burger, it must be stated on the menu.

If there are pickles tucked away in there somewhere, it MUST be stated on the menu. Don’t make us come over there.

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