Inconsistent food

First up: satsumas. A gulf of difference between a good satsuma and a bad satsuma, yet they look practically identical from the outside.

What else?

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Royter

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Chinese food can be good but also bad.

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Would recommend reading the OP in a Werner Herzog narrator voice

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Most seafood, mainly depending on whether it’s been overcooked.

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:laughing:

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Inconsistency is one of the main reasons I don’t eat fruit much.

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Shout. Especially shellfish. Good is as tasty as anything, worst has you shitting liquid for a week

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You can rely on a banana (or, at the very least, you know what it’s going to be like by looking at its skin)

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Bananas are consistently shit and boring I guess tbf to the lads

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Pigs in blankets

I go for them when they’re less ripe as this reduces the inconsistency, makes them less likely to give me a reaction and I like sour stuff

Water

Some places hard
Some places soft
Some places coming out the tap smelling of eggs (Yes Iceland, I’m looking at you)

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Pears

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Clementines. A gulf of difference between a good satsuma and a bad clementine, yet they look practically identical from the outside.

I always say that blueberries are a lottery

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Wish they national lottery was that easy

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Chips

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I might steal this as an excuse

Really? Can’t remember the last time I had bad chips