will u eat someone's else left over?

November 15, 2009 11:43pm CST
hi, will any of u eat other's left over? i would, if it's from my daughter or husband! But not anyone else. Not even my mother's or sister's. but my daughter will never eat mine, why? how come she can share a can of coke ,share a bowl of noodle even an ice cream with friends? but she will never eat mine?? my mother-in-law will throw all her left over to the backyard, and let the birds eat her food... they could be :chicken, beef, lamb, fish, vegies, soup, rice, or noodles!! what do u think??
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@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
16 Nov 09
There are some peoples leftovers i'd be glad to have. They would be new to me. I eat leftovers all the tome.food is too expensive to throw away. It's hard to cook for one & not have leftovers. My sons don't care alot about leftovers guess cause' they ate them all their laife. Neither one of my dil's seem to mine them. They always carry something home from here when i cook.
16 Nov 09
no' as for hygiene its not a good practice to eat someones left over.
@dreamr802 (987)
• United States
16 Nov 09
It depends on who the person is...my boyfriend and I will share one another's leftovers...and basically anyone in my family I guess...it doesn't really bother me, I just wouldn't eat my friends left overs unless it was something that they cooked and put in the fridge vs. from a restaurant.
@bounce58 (17524)
• Canada
16 Nov 09
I always end up eating my kid's leftovers. They can't seem to figure out how much food to put on their plate. If I put just a little bit, they'd ask for a second serving. And most of the time they can't finish this 2nd serving. That's why I always have to eat their leftovers.
@bettydeng5 (1709)
• China
16 Nov 09
I don't eat other's left over. I think children have their smart heart to do something, and teacher teach her so much on the health problem, I think she easily accepted this.