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To think if your a fussy eater dinner invites clearly are not for you

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Thefishewife Sat 26-Nov-16 19:26:04

Sick of this my friend is always moaning I never over for dinner howver she only eats chicken has Katup with eveything (mostly the food I cook dosent require red sause so I don't buy it) she dosent eat ice cream cakes or cream ffs

My borther is coming tomrrow and we wanted to make pella for dinner he sexplained he only eats plain rice so would like it and also can't eat after 4 as it gives him wind so if he could come at 2 for a early Lunch my nice also eats only junk so sil brings her a packed lunch full of Dariyle dunks and scotch eggs and chocs my girls are pretty good eaters but it starts to get diffcult when Somone eles is having junk food I wish I never invited them

What the fuck is wrong with people

Crunchymum Sat 26-Nov-16 19:31:50

I need a while to decipher all that!!

dailymailarecunts Sat 26-Nov-16 19:33:06


Are you drunk op?!

Pidlan Sat 26-Nov-16 19:34:56

the sexplaining bit is hilarious!

TupsNSups Sat 26-Nov-16 19:35:03


Thats new! I like it! grin

Soubriquet Sat 26-Nov-16 19:35:20

I kinda understood that

It's frustrating but it's them

You wouldn't like me as a food first either

I won't eat food I don't like. Even out of politeness. And I don't like a lot of food

Thefishewife Sat 26-Nov-16 19:35:21

Not yet lol

dingdongdigeridoo Sat 26-Nov-16 19:35:40

sexplained blushgrin

GreenTureen Sat 26-Nov-16 19:35:46


allegretto Sat 26-Nov-16 19:36:18

2 is an early lunch? What time do you normally have lunch?

Thefishewife Sat 26-Nov-16 19:36:55

You can be fussy but then I think you have to expect dinner invites are not for you

manicinsomniac Sat 26-Nov-16 19:37:45


I'm a hugely fussy, food phobic, narrow paletted, daddy, obsessive, anorexic orthorexic (just to cover all insults before anyone else does!) and only eat chicken, fish, fruit, vegetables, eggs and some nuts.

I will go to any lengths to avoid a dinner invite.

The only house I can a) cope with eating at and b) think it's fair to inflict my presence are my mum's and my sister's.

SmilingButClueless Sat 26-Nov-16 19:37:59

Well... I think it depends on why you're inviting them.

If it's mainly for the company, and the food is incidental, then I don't get why you wouldn't cook something they're happy to eat.

If it's because you want to try a new recipe / show off your fancy cooking skills then maybe that's not great for a fussy eater.

usual Sat 26-Nov-16 19:38:00

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TupsNSups Sat 26-Nov-16 19:38:03

But if you know they are fussy why are you inviting them for food?

It makes no sense. confused

Potnoodlewilld0 Sat 26-Nov-16 19:38:12

That post is like the ones where if you can decider it upside down or with words jumbled up - your a genius !!grin

Thefishewife Sat 26-Nov-16 19:38:23

We call our Sunday dinner Sunday lunch he knows that

2 is way to early for us and tbh I think if it's to late than stay at home and eat when you like

YoungPretenderMortificado Sat 26-Nov-16 19:39:02

That's a brilliant post!

<scurries around to find the Rosetta Stone>

OldRosesDoomed Sat 26-Nov-16 19:39:10

Cancel and take your own family to Pizza Express.

ValaMalDoran Sat 26-Nov-16 19:40:43

I don't cook for fussy bastards. It saves new lot of stress by not inviting them for meals.

YoungPretenderMortificado Sat 26-Nov-16 19:40:46

Your borther really shouldn't be sexplaining to you.

happypoobum Sat 26-Nov-16 19:41:19


Thefishewife Sat 26-Nov-16 19:41:29

Tbh I don't think pella is somthing far out and if your gonna start staying you only eat plain white bloody rice

And bring a pre packe lunch full of shite for your kids then yes I think your being a bit off and shouldn't be expecting invites

ClarissaDarling Sat 26-Nov-16 19:41:32

Still chortling at sexplained!

ValaMalDoran Sat 26-Nov-16 19:42:23

I don't count food issues with reasons by the way. I happily cook and adapt for a coeliac and anyone who has a few odd preferences but once you start eliminating half my fridge I'm done.

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