zukiecat · 10/04/2013 14:20
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Gerrof · 10/04/2013 14:22
I HATE it when someone eats a banana at their desk. I loathe bananas.
Then I saw someone peel the whole thing completely and then eat the naked banana with his FINGERS which he then typed with. And we hot desk. And I just thought of having to use that keyboard with banana bacteria the next time I was in.
vladthedisorganised · 10/04/2013 16:16
I'd swap the apple-eater for a tuna sandwich eater.
a) I'm pregnant and can smell everything,
b) I hate the smell of tuna at the best of times,
c) there are no fridges in our office, so by the time the sandwich is dragged out of the Tupperware it's been marinating for several hours and has got even smellier. At least apples kind of smell the same regardless.
squoosh · 10/04/2013 17:04
I would honestly and truly rather share an office with a decomposing rat than with an apple eater. All that interminable crunching and munching makes me rage. Apple eaters are the scummy old hair stuck in the plughole that is society.
DEATH TO ALL APPLE CRUNCHERS!
itshothere · 10/04/2013 17:15
at this thread. Hate listening to masticating. Inconsiderate, uncouth behaviour. One should consider 'a food that requires sucking only' policy to be imposed immediately. With a clause on how hard one can suck .
Scortja, still laughing now, what the hell was she eating that sounded like a fountain?
AnyoneforTurps · 10/04/2013 19:03
He slurped, drooled, made the most disgusting smacking noise with his lips, and all the while the egg yolk was running down his chin, which he kept licking up.
Sounds like he'd had a stroke or some neurological disease affecting the facial muscles, so I think we'll have to let him off. All the other offenders to be thrown to the wolves though.
ConfusedPixie · 10/04/2013 19:18
I hate the sounds of other people eating too. I really struggled when working at a live-in place with a cafeteria full of other (young) staff and kids, three meals a day in close confines to people who talked with a mouth full of food, smacked lips, slurped, chewed loudly and with mouth open...
My Mum does it too. The only time I sit in a room when she's eating is for family meals two or three times a year, and then my sisters and I tell her off for it. She's also very loud when she talks, and her response to us asking her to turn it down a bit she goes louder and says "YOU KNOW I'M LOUD."
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