While other people rush through meals, you and your SO drag them out for as long as possible. You have strong morals and can commit to something for an entire lifetime.The best part about having a meal with someone is that you can share a bunch of different options. And aren't those great qualities to have when in a relationship? This is the perfect way to rationalize all of the food you both are about to consume. Some people are afraid to indulge in greasy and sloppy food, but you and your SO think it's a hilarious experience and one you both want to have over and over again.
You need someone who will indulge in fat kid Sunday with you.
You aren't watching TV, your head isn't buried in your phone -- instead you are 100 percent focused on your partner and your meal.
When relationships go sour, it helps to look at the funny side.
Instead of being anxious about your love life, make a joke about it and move on.
You aren't limited to just one dish -- instead you get to try a bunch of things! I would say a hefty chunk of arguments that occur in relationships are because one or both of you can't make a decision on what you want to eat. It even gives you an excuse to eat more afterwards. Eat, sex, sleep, repeat -- they're basically the unwritten rules of your relationship.
When one of you is hungry, it's basically guaranteed the other is as well, you're both just down to eat whenever and wherever.
Couples who drink together may be the most fun type of couple out there.
Instead of taking advantage of the fact that they have every excuse to stay in, these couples break the traditional mold and go out at any and all opportunities.
Sounds simple enough, but eating plays a huge role in your life and your relationship.