>I'm just gonna use some of your ketchup real quick bro.
>get a free burger with a meal at McDs with my fat friend who has employee credit
>while you're still eating yours, can I eat your free burger and give you the money for another? I'd go myself but I'm a fat fuck.
>Let me get a quick spoon of that beluga mate
>teehee i know i said i just wanted a salad but i can't help myself yours looks so good
>just gonna take a bite of your sandwich homie
I hate it when people try to offer me their food. There are a few who always do this. "It's so good anon would you like to try it?". Not only do I not want to eat off of their fucking plate, it makes me feel obligated to offer them some of my food, which frankly I would rather not if I was enjoying it.
Why the fuck do people do this? I notice it's usually the millennial hipsters who participate in this bullshit.
I get what you mean. I hate that shit as well. It also doesn't help that I absolutely HATE talking while I'm eating a meal. I want to think about my day and enjoy the flavour of the food,not yap about some fucking small talk bullshit. I'm paying $20 for my dinner,I want to enjoy it and not have to force myself to talk
She's hot enough you let her do it, joking with her about it a bit, though.
Then you destroy her anally.
Wells are always attached to a charity where I live, this one was in the Roman gardens of the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. All the gardeners are volunteer, so the proceeds of the fountain go to buying new flower bulbs, or coffee for the volunteers...things like that.
Fuck that bum.
I feel the same way. Especially when it's just 2 people and they somehow feel like they have to talk to me. Thankfully some of them also like to take photos and check fb while they eat, so it does make it a bit more tolerable. >>8657588
Is a nice way a putting it. I could've said they were fishing for some of my food.
Maybe. It's still annoying.
Sharing food is a fundamental social interaction. They're trying to bond over a good meal with you, along with making the meal more interesting because it's a sample of multiple dishes.
>Take all you like, my friend, but when you're ready to step your game up you're welcome to some of the good stuff too
>Make food and have leftovers in a bowl like rice or soup
>Friend comes home and eats out of it directly, then puts it back in the fridge even after I have confronted him about his multiple times
Should I let it go and not care or do something about this? I think its disgusting.