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Partners gross eating habits
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cakeforthewin · 25/07/2022 22:06

Anyone else's partners eat their snot, ear wax and sleepies? Apologies in advance for using the word sleepies that's just what I know it as (crusty bits in corner of eyes when wake up).
He thinks the fact im disgusted is unreasonable as most people do this and others don't bat an eyelid. REALLY??

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Beamur · 25/07/2022 22:09

Beyond gross.

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Blofield · 25/07/2022 22:26

why the hell does he eat the crusty bits from his eye, he’s grim.

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Nanny0gg · 25/07/2022 22:26

Someone like that would not be a 'partner'

He'd do it once and be gone.

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SunshineLoving · 25/07/2022 22:27

I've never known anyone do this. Gross.

What next...eating his poo?

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LuckyLil · 25/07/2022 22:30

I'm going to hazard a guess most people DON'T do this?

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Pieceofpurplesky · 25/07/2022 22:31

🤢🤮

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homarr · 25/07/2022 22:32

Oh my god. I am retching just reading this 😂😂😂

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LittleMissPeggySue · 25/07/2022 22:33

Oh that is just grim 🤢

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wherearebeefandonioncrisps · 25/07/2022 22:33

Nope. He'd be a gonner.

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Rowen32 · 25/07/2022 22:34

Oh my gosh, nearly got sick, that is so disgusting. I actually wouldn't be able to be with him, oh that's so, so, so gross 😳

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WatchWatchWatchMe · 25/07/2022 22:35

Kin rank

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userxx · 25/07/2022 22:35

He eats all three ? I've tasted wax by accident, it's rank, I absolutely would not choose to eat it.

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BeneficiaryMadness · 25/07/2022 22:36

I couldn’t kiss, let alone have sex, with a man that had been eating his own snot 🤮🤮
Does it not grim you out?

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Wingedharpy · 25/07/2022 22:38

Is your DP an Orangutan?

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Gottoomuchgoingon · 25/07/2022 22:41

Ewwww ffs mun

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Homewardbound2022 · 25/07/2022 22:45

He's all yours!😂

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BeachTree · 25/07/2022 22:46

😱

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nightshade · 25/07/2022 22:48

How long ago did you notice this and how long have you been enduring it?

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DoncasterHombre · 25/07/2022 22:49

Has he ever made you a lasagne or shepherds pie with a crusty topping, OP?

I mean . . . . it's cheese, Jim. But not as you know it.

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Elevenerifebruv · 25/07/2022 22:54

Grim

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cakeforthewin · 25/07/2022 22:54

I'm so glad it's not just me that finds it so disgusting! I have been quite repulsed can't even bear the thought of kissing 🤮

Why the hell does he think it's so normal? I am actually wondering if I can get past this... as a PP suggested, what is he eating that I don't know about 😱

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Jackanackanory · 25/07/2022 22:58

Perhaps he’s on a high protein diet?

Seriously though, I couldn’t go near someone who did that. I’ve enough issues with the 6-second rule for dropped food 🤢

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WilsonMilson · 25/07/2022 22:59

Absolutely disgusting and not remotely normal. That would give me unrecoverable ick. When did you find this out?

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shedwithivy · 25/07/2022 22:59

I sometimes catch my 3 year old doing this 🤢

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wellhelloitsme · 25/07/2022 23:01

What. The. Actual. Fuck.

Boak 🤢

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