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Eating and driving - yay or nay?

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    • I genuinely enjoy it
    • I do it often
    • I do it sometimes, but I'm not a big fan
    • I hate it
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Do you do it often? Do you enjoy the action? Just to be clear, I mean literally driving, not just being in a car as a passenger.

 

I actually had this conversation earlier but credit where credit's due, I'm pretty sure there's an episode of Dexter where he narrates about how he enjoys eating and driving.

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Yeah but I hate having to go on a ride with a driver who's eating though nicki5

Just focus on the road sir or maybe we can just stop for a while and eat that burger nicki5

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8 minutes ago, Ariana said:

Yeah but I hate having to go on a ride with a driver who's eating though nicki5

Just focus on the road sir or maybe we can just stop for a while and eat that burger nicki5

I would be furious if someone I was driving with literally stopped the vehicle and started eating nicki5 If we're gonna delay the trip like that we might as well go into an actual restaurant.

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6 minutes ago, Dennis Reynolds said:

I would be furious if someone I was driving with literally stopped the vehicle and started eating nicki5 If we're gonna delay the trip like that we might as well go into an actual restaurant.

I mean I wouldn't mind if I also have food though jj2 Ordering in a restaurant would cost us more time so a cute little snack wouldn't hurt jj2

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No. I have shit eyesight as it is. I wouldn’t risk eating and driving at the same time. I can wait. I’d rather be alive than dead or injured.

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Yeah, I sometimes too, cause I have really long drives each week, but it would only be things like pretzels or some other small snack. Nothing messy that I would need to focus on..

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Just now, Venus XCX said:

Yes, I drive with my knees as I eat, not bad for a girl with no talent

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If it's something like fries or small things it's okay.

Now, I've seen people eating sandwiches and girl... that is some dangerous shit.

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I’ll eat my fries while driving, but I ate a panini sandwich from Starbucks on my way home once and to say I struggled would be an understatement. Also burnt my mouth... never again!

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2 hours ago, Normani said:

If it's something like fries or small things it's okay.

Now, I've seen people eating sandwiches and girl... that is some dangerous shit.

Is there really a substantial difference between those two things? They both seem like pretty simple hand foods, neither is exactly a plate of spaghetti.

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2 hours ago, Dennis Reynolds said:

Is there really a substantial difference between those two things? They both seem like pretty simple hand foods, neither is exactly a plate of spaghetti.

Well, depends on the size of the sandwich but I usually eat them with both of my hands so nothing falls from it.

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