Gnarly.. I would never.She buys a lof of food, and when it goes over its "best before" date, she still won't throw it away unless it walks away by itself. Once she kept a sausage in the fridge for a long time, it began to turn white and she just washed the white off in the running water and then ate the sausage and gave me half of it as takeaway
Meh, who cares, but ftr, I'm absolutely not in the least bit picky about food other than maybe health aspects. If it doesn't make me physically cringe, gag, or puke, and it's healthy, I'll eat it. I'm not super finicky about it being healthy either. Taste is a distant 4th priority after health, cost, and effort.She gives a lot of the food away, trying to take care for people in that matter. When people say they don't need it or simply don't eat the kind of thing that she offers she would rant a lot about people being spoiled brats or say nothing but then whisper silent curses on a side. it spoils her mood. the perspective that someone could be picky about their food makes her feel tense.
I'm not sure if I relate to these, but mostly because I'm not sure what you mean.Rly-Bad-At sensing harmony and acclimation with one's environment
Rly-Bad-At understanding how well a person or thing's behavior agrees with its nature
Rly-Bad-At understanding the differences between comfortable behaviors and positions and uncomfortable ones.