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Cheez Whiz And Grape Jelly: What's Your Weirdest Eating Habit?

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Pickles and ice cream are for amateurs, man. Peanut butter and American cheese sandwiches, hold the bread—that's how you do vile food pairings in style.


Maybe you've got your own version of PB&AC? Tell us about the weird things you eat. We want to know the dark and perverted things you do with your comestibles.

To help set the tone, I polled the Deadspin staff to ask about their weird eating habits. The results were disappointing, actually. I work with this group and can confirm that they are strange and creative people—it's sad that those fine qualities don't extend to their mouths.

Will Gordon: "I put hot sauce in plain yogurt, which feels kinda kinky now that I think it through. And I'm not some kinda hot-sauce-on-everything tough guy, either. It just goes nice with semi-solid dairy, I guess."

Rob Harvilla: "I used to eat Hot Pockets with a knife and fork. That is probably not as god intended. It just seemed classier."

Samer Kalaf: "Occasionally I'll dip french fries in mustard, but I don't know how weird that is."

Drew Magary: "I eat almond butter for breakfast. In a bowl. With nothing else."

Tim Marchman:


Diana Moskovitz: "One thing that comes to mind is when I eat waffles I get really OCD about them. I have to get a little bit of butter and a little bit of syrup in every single square. No, really, EVERY SINGLE FUCKING SQUARE! And then I eat them with my hands instead of fork and knife to avoid syrup/butter loss and spillage."

Kyle Wagner: "I used to eat canned ravioli cold out of the can as a major food group."


As for me, I'm sure I have weirder ones, but chowing down on soggy salad for breakfast is my most consistently odd eating habit. I had some yesterday! Scrumdiddlyumptious.

Your turn. Weird eating habits in the comments.

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