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7 Foods You Should NEVER Eat On A Date

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and that can only mean 3 things: The Duke game, Fifty Shades of Grey, and fine dining the fuck out of that special someone. So, to save you the food-induced embarrassment, here is a list of foods to avoid on that romantic evening out.

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This is not the time to reinvent the famous Lady and the Tramp scene. Order simpler pasta instead, like ravioli or penne.

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2. Corn On The Cob

Unless your date ordered tickets to the Splash Zone, I don’t think they want you to order it either. Chances are the kernels will get lodged in your teeth, and that’s not cute.

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3. Garlic

No amount of breath mints can salvage the severe case Halitosis that will result from you eating garlic. Major turn off.

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4. Lobster & Crab

There is no way to gracefully tear apart a creature from down under the sea. If you want to eat crustacean opt for the lobster mac and cheese.

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5. Spinach & Leafy Greens

You wouldn’t want any unwanted attention brought to your mouth.

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6. Wings & Ribs

Any food that involves an excess of napkins, or even worse Wet-Ones, is just an overall bad idea.

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7. Burgers

If anyone wanted to see something wildly ravish a lump of meat, they would’ve just stayed home and just watched Animal Planet.

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Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

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