The Unspoken Rules Of Sharing Food With Friends

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Exactly how many fries is “some”?

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“It's never OK to intentionally not order french fries, but then take other peoples'.”
“If you order french fries alone, there's an understanding that you must share.”
“No.”
“STRONG DISAGREE”.
“If you are the only person who orders french fries, others are ONLY entitled to them if YOU say they can have some.”
“Some = 3 …spaced out over time.”
“If they're normal fries, who the fuck cares. If they're sweet potato fries, you will be monitored.”

Ice cream sharing: no.”
“Never, gross.”
“But if it's like some special awesome ice cream and they just want ONE TASTE to see how special it is—”
“NO NEVER.”
“If it's in a cup, you can share. BUT NO REUSING THE SPOON FOR SECOND BITES.”
“If you chose not to get ice cream, you must live with the decision you make.”

“You can always ask for gum, but don't make a habit of it.”
“If you pull out gum in a public place, and people see you, then you need to share. 'Cause it's your fault you took out your gum in public.”
“I guess gum is OK, but at least have the decency to make it seem like you NEED the gum.”
“…like, 'I just ate an entire head of garlic, please help.'”
“But 'oh you're chewing some gum I wanna be fancy and be chewing some gum too' is NOT OK.”


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