Five Strange Ways People Like To Eat Junk Food

Five Strange Ways People Like To Eat Junk Food

After a long and tiring day at work, there are people who like to call it a day after having a plate of junk food. It not only provides a break from healthy eating but it is the quickest choice available to grab when in a hurry. There are different times depending upon the individual that they like to eat junk food, may it be as brunch, lunch or dinner. But, there are a few strange ways in which people like to enjoy their junk food. Below are five ways people like to eat their favorite junk food.

Eating Cheetos or Doritos with Chopsticks

In a similar vein, when you begin eating those untidy, mushy snacks with chopsticks, you’ll be free. Allowed to carry on with your existence without the extraordinary weight of disturbing cheddar powder-solidified fingers.

Organizing the Cheesiest Side of a Dorito

This is from Reddit client TheDudesCarpet: “I generally take a look at the two sides of a Dorito and put the cheesiest part towards my tongue.” Didn’t realize one side could be cheesier… however, should join that hot tip into your Dorito eating process.

Dipping McDonald’s Fries in Vanilla Soft Serve

Many people do this whenever they find the opportunity. It is SO great. Sweet, cold and rich dessert is the ideal supplement to a fresh, salty sear. All that you would ever need in a bite.

Dismantling a Pizza, Basically

Reddit client powerfulAvacado uncovers: “I take the fixings of pizza and put them aside, pull off the cheddar, wrap the cheddar into a little cheese roll, eat it, eat the garnishes, and discard the bread part.”

Making Nacho Cereal

Reddit client Grindelwald says: ” They take tortilla chips and crush them up into broken pieces and scraps. At that point, I blend some hot sauce or potentially salsa with some sour cream at about a 2:1 proportion. At that point, I dump the chips in and eat it like nacho cereal.”

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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