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12 revoltingly common childhood food habits

We’re not here to judge, but… GROSS.

WE ALL HAD weird food habits as kids, but some were weirder than others. Twitter user and general ledge Louis McSharry posed this question to all you former creepy little people, and the replies had us doing little sicks in our mouths:

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1. Yep, icing sugar came up more than once

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2. As did eating OXO cubes

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Well, they looked like little sweets in fairness.

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3. Sugar sandwiches

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4. … what

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5. OK we’re bordering on unusual now

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CAN U NOT.

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6. Bleugh, but beloved of kids everywhere

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7. :(

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Little weirdo.

8. Admit it, we all wanted a taste

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9. If there’s one thing worse than dry Weetabix…

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10. All kids loved ketchup with shepards pie

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11. And Jelly from the packet

… despite being told it would give you worms.

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12. What about this just-plain-odd little practice?

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Sick. Sick and wrong. Spill your worst in the comments

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