You know how you made tuna noodle casserole last night, and everyone couldn’t stop RAVING about it? Well, about that . . .
In a new poll, 70% of people admit that they have pretended to enjoy meals to avoid hurting someone’s feelings.
Which CAN be a nice move in certain situations, but if it’s a family member or close friend be careful with that . . . because if they think that you loved it, they may make it for you more frequently.
Here are FIVE other stats from the poll:
1. 64% of people say food is their “love language.”
2. 48% of people say they like to show their loved ones they care by surprising them with their favorite foods.
3. More than half of people say they have cooked someone a meal to say, “I love you” . . . to console them . . . or to express thanks.
4. The “most romantic foods” to share with a partner are: Cookies . . . ice cream or milkshakes . . . and pizza.
5. 72% say they’re usually honest about their partner’s cooking skills . . . and speaking of honesty, only 53% of people in relationships rated their partner’s cooking skills as “excellent” or even “good.”