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Anything that spills when you take a bite. There are certain breads and buns where the cheese and stuff would spill from the sides when you take a bite 😂. And spaghetti is also a big no.11
Soups with a thin broth. That stuff is gonna end up all over my shirt and I can't hover over like a prison inmate when out in public.11
Lasagna. Every time I’ve eaten that shit in public, inevitably I end up Putting part of my tit in the sauce.22
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All straight men31
I dont think so, only something you can't eat in public because it have to much sauces or something like that;)13
No but I'm guessing bananas are gonna be a very popular word in this question14
Popsicles and Bananas, in San Francisco! LOL!!
I jest!! I have a lot of gay friends and they are the best!!10
Spaghetti or anything Italian with sauce on it. I’m always afraid it’s going to end up on my clothes.10
No, not really. My parents though should look out because somehow I always get the best food whole their tastes bad and they always get sort of mess on their shirts or jeans or another article of clothing.10
Ribs. You always get messy eating bbq ribs.11
Of the foods I would eat. The only two I wouldn't eat in public is my semen or her breastmilk.10
What does public have to do with it12
Nope if I like it I'm eating it21
Anything really messy. Thanks but no thanks10
Barbecued ribs. They are too freaking messy.10
I don't think so10
I live in Chicago. We have a type of sandwich here, much like Philadelphia has its cheesesteak, known as the Italian beef. It was invented here because that required a concentration of cheap beef, lots of spices, and people with knowledge of Italian cooking. Unlike the cheesesteak, it hasn't spread much outside of Chicagoland, because... well, I can only assume the work of evil sorcerers (where's Thalaba when you need him, am I right?). Anyway, you take thin-sliced roast beef, and either dunk it or soak it in a spiced herb gravy, so it absorbs the flavors. Then you put the beef on a heavy, absorbent roll, add peppers and/or cheese to taste, and then dip or dunk the roll itself into the gravy.
The result is an amazing sandwich that has to be wrapped carefully, because you'll be coated in gravy if you unwrap it too fast. It's kind of funny, but you can always tell the out-of-towners at an Italian beef shop, because they haven't mastered the specific way you have to lean forward to keep it from spilling juice on you. I tell first-timers to wear bibs, but no one listens. That the first Italian beef is rarely the last is a testament to the power of the sandwich.
Anyway, I could easily see a person not wanting to eat something like THAT, that might cause a big mess, in public; what other reasons am I missing?