As Americans, we take our food SERIOUSLY. So we develop pretty strong opinions on the right way to eat some of the key staples of our diet.
A new survey asked people to weigh in, once and for all, on some of the ULTIMATE food arguments. Here’s what it found . . .
1. Should pizza be eaten with a knife and fork, or your hands? 92% say hands.
2. Should ketchup be used on eggs? 73% say no.
3. Which are better: Soft-shell tacos or hard-shell tacos? 64% say soft shell.
4. Is mayo a good condiment? 66% say yes.
5. And should mac-and-cheese be eaten with a fork or a spoon? 75% say fork.
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A new survey by “Huffington Post” wanted people to get all deep and asked them: If you could say, in one word, what you want more of in life, what would that be? Somehow, “tacos” didn’t make the top 10.
Here are the actual top 10 things people want more of in their lives . . .
There’s one thing that’s consistent at every office around the world: When someone puts FREE FOOD in the kitchen, people devour it like they’ve never eaten before, and might never eat again.
So some psychologists looked at WHY office workers lust for free food. Here are the three main reasons . . .
- It goes back to our prehistoric days. There’s a deep, biological instinct in us to grab food when it’s available. Because if we don’t, we might starve. It’s also why we can’t resist the free samples at the grocery store.
- We spend our entire lives learning to grab free food that other people are after. It’s why we try to get as much candy as we can on Halloween, or out of a piñata, and why we make sure we’re first in line to get a piece of birthday cake.If you’ve ever missed out on the food in one of those situations, something clicks, and tells you to NEVER let it happen again.
- It’s a good bonding experience. Eating with someone builds trust, so it’s a good chance to develop better relationships with your coworkers.
Taco Bell is celebrating Cinco de Mayo today by giving out FREE TACOS this morning.
But they aren’t normal tacos . . . they’re special new breakfast tacos with a biscuit shell and sausage and egg inside. You know, just like they serve on the streets of Reynosa? Not!
But somehow it feels appropriate that America’s least authentic Mexican food chain is celebrating Cinco de Mayo by serving something THIS inauthentic. And hey . . . FREE.
You can get one from 7:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. There’s a limit of one per customer . . . although you probably could run from Taco Bell to Taco Bell getting one every time.