- I throw up
- I throw down
- Hair? Yum ❤️I would eat the plate too
- I would just take it off and enjoy eating my food
If you find a hair in your food 😳, what do you usually do?
What Girls Said 31
First I throw up then I toss the food out so GROSS.
It really depends if I'm eating out then I will say something and request a new meal, if its at home... and I know its mine then just take it out haha.
If it's my own hair, I'll probably take it out and then keep eating. If it's a restaurant that plate is going back and I want something new. At uni the only thing to do (and we found them nearly every single meal) was to stop eating it and get something new or just stop (because it was revolting).
It depends where i eat but usually at home... ehem... it's my hair that's in my plate it heppens rarely but when it does i take it off and continu eating, but if it's at a restaurant i'll be grossed out really >_<
Well hair in my food I would take away pieces of my food that touched it! Around the area of that hair!
I usually just keep eating. Hair is unlikely to carry anything that would make you sick. I can tolerate ONE hair but if there's more than that then that's ridiculous. I don't really understand why people freak out over hair, there's probably worse things in your food that you just don't know about anyways, so just eat.
I live with two shedding cats. Hair happens but I just move on XD
Picking it out and eating it. My food, my hair, my rules.
If I was the one who made the food then I'd just remove the hair, but if it's at a restaurant or someone else made it I would ask for them to take it back and show them the hair
Depends, if it's home coocked I just take the hair out, it's unpleasant but it's either my hair or my Mom's hair so idc.
But if it's outside, ew, probably ask for a new plate of food.
I would lose my appetite and tell the manager of the restaurant or whomever.
I just take it out and keep eating. People have hair and it sometimes falls out where you don't want it to. Deal with it.
I would just take out the hair off and then bon appetite. Why would anyone scream in a formal restaurant because someone's hair got into their food plate.
while in a restaurant? send it back and order something different.
Remove it and continue eating. It's gross but not the end of the world
I would talk to the manager and than ask then for a reufund!
Yuck, I throw up
"Can I get my money back please?"
I usually take it out and carry on eating.
Try not to vomit.
That would be super gross
I would just take it off and enjoy eating my food
If its my hair I pick it out and keep eating.
If its like at a restaurant I spit it out, ask for a refund, and never return
If its a meal that a friend or family member cooked for me, I spit it out and come up with an excuse (say I'm full, don't feel good, and say I'll eat it later and then throw that sh*t away).
Please tie your long hair when you are preparing food for others.
I throw up
I would just take it off and enjoy eating my food
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What Guys Said 29
if i like what im eating at a restaurant or home, and im about to start and i see a hair... i'll just pick it out and keep going. but if I've been eating for a while and i was at a restaurant, i'd complain... yea i can be hypocritical like that.
now if it was a bug... whole different story.
once had a bug fall into my glass of vodka... i simply reached for a spoon... gently scooped the bug out, told it to go get its own drink, then flicked it away and enjoyed my drink.
if you come from where i come from, these minor things don't worry you... aside from finding larvae or sand or your food falling on the floor... not much else will deter a brother from eating what he wants.
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I once discovered a black hair under my pizza and told the waitress, and got a coke for free - that was in Frankfurt at a very popular restaurant
I tell the waitperson "Gee, I didn't see "Hair" on the menu. Please send my meal back and replace it with a Hair Sampler!
I'm usually rather alarmed. Since A. I have no hair, and B. I usually prepare my own food.
i normally dont eat the food and if its at a restaurant if you send the food back there's a good chance the chef will spit in your food so fucked either way
It happen to me 2 months ago at Boston Market I took the food and showed them and got my money back plus two free dinners when I wanted them
Maybe.. Maybe it was meant to be part of the food.
I'd just take it off and carry on eating. It's not the end of the world.
If i find another hair or it's a high-end restaurant, i'm sending it back.
Depends really. If it's just one little hair I'd usually fish it out and eat around it; not eating the food it touched. If we're talking like a full bush popping up then yeah I'll send it back or raise some ruckus.
If I know it's my hair, then I just get it off the food. If I don't know who it belongs... I would throw the food in the trash xD
I don't make a scene. I just pull it out and forget about it. Why waste good food over a strand of hair.
I study it, to identify the owner. It is usually not difficult.
Home or Restaurant?
Home, grab the hair out and keep eating.
Restaurant. Complain and get a new meal.
i just take it off and eat the food. it happened to me sometimes.
I wouldn't look at my meal the same no matter how delicious it looks.
If its mine I cannibalize It. If its another person's I instantly lose all appetite.
Call the server and show them the food. Nothing I do will be rude but I'll ask them nicely about what they could do.
ohhh am i lucky or wot? free floss!
Real men use it as dental floss
Smash the plate on the floor and walk out.
I'd refuse to eat it. That's about it.
take it off and keep eating
i nut when she suck
Was on vacation recently and there was a hair in my gf's soup. It was a nice place and shit happens. We asked for another soup. I think it messed with her and destroyed her meal.
I would complain because it's clearly that no other than the Swedish Chef would be behind that evil hair in my food
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