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    Default What do you love thats really bad??

    Mine is those awful plastic cheese slices. Not even the decent ones that are real cheese. It has to be the cheap plastic ones.

    I never buy them but i saw them at the shops yesterday and yummo!!!

    What do you love that is just so bad??

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    Barbecue chicken skin. The fattier, the better! So gross, but sooo good.

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    Raw cookie dough from the fridge section. Don't think I've ever made cookies with them. Making my own cookie dough isn't the same!

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    I love so much that I shouldn't

    But the first thing that comes to mind is crackling. It's not something I eat often, but I swear if I had access to a roast pork with crackling I'd quite happily eat all of the crackling and none of the actual meat. It's so gross... but so good

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    Devon... I know it's eww, but with mashed potato and tomato sauce YUM!

    Eta whoops! Didn't realise we were just talking about food
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    Crackling

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    Starburst babies.

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    I also think processed cheese slices are delicious. I hadn't eaten them for years, but recently bought a 24 pack of home brand slices for work. Mmmm-hmmm!

    Other bad stuff I like:

    Dominos thin and crispy pepperoni pizza (it's SO oily, but yum)
    Chicken Snakos from Aldi

    I would also happily eat a double or triple quarter pounder from McDonalds, but I can't get past the food guilt!

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    Blue berry muffins. I buy this every time I go to get bread.

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    Grill'd chips with herbed mayo. OMG, so good!!!

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