Other Than Eating Cereal With Water, People Share The Other 'Eating Sins' They Need To Repent For

Who allows you to eat in public?

Some people should not be allowed to dine in public. There are just some behaviors that can never be unseen. I don't know if it's a mental defect or an odd quirk but some of the things people will do or mix with their meals can be downright heresy! Eggs with ketchup, cereal with water, mayonnaise on cake? There has to be support group for people like this....

Redditor u/K3na wanted to discuss which are the most egregious sins when wetting the appetite by asking.... Besides eating cereal with water what is the most outrageous "eating sin" you have ever witnessed?

It's a Vineyard blend....


When I visited my aunt's family as a kid she served a "purple cow" - milk mixed with grape juice - for breakfast. If you haven't tasted that, take my word for it - it's not a great concoction. DWright_5

Red Onion Flake Soup?

I work at a pub/restaurant waiting tables. This couple walks in who I've never seen but are apparently regulars. The bartender sees them, shoots me a glance, and goes to grab something from the kitchen. Before even taking their order, he's filled the crushed red pepper shaker and told me to take it over to them. The woman orders a small cup of French onion soup and proceeds to unscrew the cap of this shaker and dump the entirety of it onto her soup, an inch high off the top of her bowl. She's eating this spicy red pepper like cereal and didn't even ask for a drink refill. actorrent

Leave it for Santa.... 

I had a friend who went through a period where cake decorating was her hobby, and she made some amazing looking cakes that all tasted horrible because of the bizarre flavor combinations. It was always a bit funny because people would compliment the look of them and then have to figure out how to throw their pieces away without being rude about it. The worst one was a Christmas cake with an immaculate looking fondant Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer that was an orange spice cake covered in mint icing. It was like brushing your teeth and rinsing with orange juice in cake form. TremulousHand

What about Cool Ranch?

I wasn't going to tell this story but here I am. As a kid I would eat a whole bag of Doritos without swallowing, and then I'd spit out the pulverized chip dust and saliva mixture and roll it into a ball with my hands and then let it harden a bit in my desk at school between first and second break and then eat it again during lunch when the outside was a bit crunchy again but the inside was still moist and the consistency of a chocolate truffle. contecorsair

Only if there is pot in there too!


A Ketchup Brownie. My cousin, this son of a B. thoughtillness

I hope he's arrested. Kuehntw

You gotta throw the whole cousin away damnit! Twinkle_lil_bat

Mom... You're Fired! 

My mom puts peanut butter on cold pizza. It is the closest flavor to vomit that is not vomit. Beneficial_Fudge

This thought actually made me nauseous, A+. Could only be worse with mint. Beneficial_Fudge

Now THAT is how you know you're too high! 

Mustard on cheesecake ...

It wasn't me it was a friend. It was yellow mustard. Any kind of cheesecake.

You can't compare it to mustard on a sandwich containing cheese — the flavor profiles of both are completely different. On top of that cheesecake is a sweet (yes and somewhat tangy) dessert, whereas normal cheese is just tangy (and all the other cheesy flavor profiles). Apparently this is normal in the Netherlands... Geta-Ve

The Sadwich....

A watermelon and ketchup sadwich. I call it a sadwich because it makes me sad. ilikememes1123

Stay right where you are, the police are on their way. bu_ikikaesu

I'm switching to Pepsi! 

When I was a server, I had a customer dip her bread in a glass of Coke. She finished her whole bread basket and Coke and asked for another basket and another refill of Coke, and went to town again for round two. She didn't give a crap how she looked and ate it like it was the best thing on Earth. Love_Bunny_22

That's an egg YUCK...


Dude in my dining hall had a plate of sunny side up eggs. Scooped under an egg with his fork, brought it up to his mouth, and only touched his lips to the yolk. Proceeded to suck all the yolk, and then slurped the rest of the egg in. It was like a car crash, I couldn't look away but I was horrified. lavidalaluna


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