Question of the day.

What’s 100% worse when wet?

My answer:

The first thought that popped into my mind was chips/fries. I don’t even understand how people like them with ketchup, especially if they’re softer and less crunchy to begin with. I know some people though, like Olek, who totally bathe their chips in ketchup, and that’s pretty gross imo. πŸ˜€ And he doesn’t even mind eating them cold! :O

What’s such a thing in your opinion? πŸ™‚


15 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. I too hate ketchup! Yucks!! More due to the taste, though. I love barbecue sauce and honey mustard.

    Hmm… fun question! Sadly, my initial answer is wayyy too X-rated to share here. HA HA HA HA HA! Ahem. Uh, huh. Thinking… well, I’ve always struggled with getting dry after swimming or showering. I hate being wet because I just have this mental block that it’ll take forever to get dry again. If I could get out of a pool or the shower and magically be dry, that would rock!!

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    1. I don’t really hate ketchup, I do eat some things with it, but definitely not fries, and not quite so many things as a lot of people seem to. I do hate honey mustard though, hahaha.
      Lol about X-rated answers. πŸ˜€
      With being wet after swimming, it’s not like a major problem for me that would actually prevent me from getting in the sea or a pool or whatever, but I agree that it’s a bit of a hassle drying off afterwards.

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      1. Ooooh, the condiment wars! πŸ˜€ You can have the ketchup and I’ll take the honey mustard! πŸ˜€ A friend in college got me into honey mustard. She urged me to try it, and I’d never had it and fell in love with it! Yum!

        Yeah, I just have a mental block that says, “It’s going to take FOREVER to get dry now!” AAUGH!! It goes back to growing up with a swimming pool at my grandmother’s house and the constant getting in and getting out, but I’m absolutely not complaining as it was a wonderful experience!

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  2. Any clothing that isn’t meant to be wet. I visited a city on the East Coast one summer and wasn’t expecting the humidity back there. My clothes clung to me which was the ickiest feeling I’ve known. I just don’t care for that at all!

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