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Food Do you ever lick the flavoring off chips before eating them?

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I'm sure most people just eat chips normally, i like licking the flavor off chips before crunching into them sometimes, usually when they're Sour Cream and Onion or Barbecue.

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I did that when I was younger. But nowadays, no, I eat them normal.

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I always lick them off before, for as long as i can remember.

Never did it differently.

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No way. Then you're left with a soggy, tasteless chip. :adorkable:

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No way. I find that habit to be disgusting :ButtercupLaugh:

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No. That makes the chip soggy and removes all the flavor, at which point it's basically just wet bread.

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Nope. I knew this one girl who would lick cool ranch Doritos then put them back in the bag. I t was extra weird towards the end when she had to really dig through to find any that still had flavor.

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Yes I do sometimes hehe. 

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I don't eat flavored chips, only regular chips. If I did, I wouldn't lick them before eating them, that sounds gross.

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If I'm on my own I do as you don't really get all of the flavour if you just eat them but not if I'm eating them in front of people as it looks a bit digusting.

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I only ever did that on obviously over seasoned doritos or baked doritos.  I don't do it anymore.

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Usually I just eat the chip straight away. But I don't like corn chips so I sometimes just take the flavoring off of those and toss the chip.

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