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Psychiatrist Dr. Valerie Taylor thinks taking pictures of your food is a sign of mental illness. Whether it’s displaced sexual frustration, lust, hunger, or a good old-fashioned desire for sploshing, food porn is a pervasive social affectation that’s taken over food-centric circles of social media.
Surely you can dislike the whole instagramming food thing without all that fucknuggetry about "personal brands".
taking photos of food is the same as stealing art :D
Art's just what you hang on your walls, chief. Not TV and that.
You fucking ringpiece.
but people taking pictures of food is almost certainly the worst thing on the internet
I totally didn't mean to put Me.
I almost agree tbh. But I have a lot of friends who take pics and its actually useful if you want to test out a restaurant. Like a preview.
anyway, whatever happened to restaurant reviews? don't judge a meal by it's, uh, instagram. (?!)
see: almost all vegetarian food
expect to see that on DiS Quotes twitter
it makes me a little sad
In your FACE, space coyo...er, guntrip.
I think kik might be my neighbour. He has referred to the Morrisons opposite me as "his" Morrisons before, and the other day I was walking down my road and there was a can of Stella and a banana peel on the wall, I shit you not
hang around outside until you can confirm it is him, and then follow him to find out which call centre / box factory he really works in
contains all the vital food groups. recently i've been spicing it up a bit with Dairylea Nacho Dunkers.
(i'm M41 Cru now).
I was (above above)
As an aside, why do they always give you chips when you're abroad? Chips were not on the menu. The english must have chips, or something?
Glad there were chips, btw. But that aint the point
He may not dig me posting his face on the internet. Theo?