maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CLXIX: Eating Order


Which one do you first eat?
Is it the one you dislike?
Is it the one your favorite?
Is it the main course?
Is it the side dish?

What do you do first when eating?
Do you eat it in order?
Do you mix it all?
Do you prefer the tasty one?
Do you need the sweet one?

How will you comply your eating?
Is it merely for survival?
Is it driven by stress?
Is it your heavenly pleasure?
Is it a strictly tradition?

What should be contained in your eating?
Should it be a healthy menu?
Should it be all meat variance?
Should it be in large portion?
Should it be in diet program?

When are you gonna eating?
Do you never skip your meal?
Do you crave something in late hour?
Do you still eat it even though it is not delicious?
Do you always leave over your food?

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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