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Do You EatSpeak?

Michelle May

Food is the background music to our lives

We eat for pleasure, comfort, and convenience – but have you ever noticed how much we “eatspeak”? Relish this short video featuring 92 food and eating related phrases. We know there are even more so please share your eatspeak in the comment section below.

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8 thoughts on “Do You EatSpeak?”

  1. I’m interested in the idea of eating as analogous to cognition: ruminating, chew on that, chew it over?, digest that idea. Always wondered what the Lakoff crew made of this, since they’re all about what our choice of metaphor says about us as a culture (such as the various ways we use space metaphorically to describe lots of stuff). I once knew a formerly buliemic yogi who said that he ate crunchy things to drown out his thoughts.
    There does seem to be a relationship between processing food and ideas. When I’m not mindful (most of the time, alas) I’m not thinking in a way that lets thoughts enter my mind in a relaxed way. I have a tendency to “ruminate”, and am casually attempting to train myself out of thinking about emotional relationship stuff since I find it unproductive. Letting go seems to be more effective.
    How do you like them apples?

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