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If someone pawned off leftovers from a meal that you either

never tried or didn't like, and the next time you saw the person they asked if you tried it/like it. Would you lie and say "yes" to be polite? Say this person is a relative who you like very much. If this question makes at all sense lol.

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Ah, the great ethical dilemma of white suburban America.

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LOL

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And so what? Should she be ashamed for living a good life?

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Yeah, I would probably lie, I would feel awkward saying I didn't like it

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Me too. But I'd also be afraid they would prepare it for me again at another dinner thinking I loved it lol.

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Oh dear. Lucky for me I like everything except wasabi

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I actually never got around to trying the dish, but it didn't look too appetizing. She usually makes very tasty dishes though.

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Re: If someone pawned off leftovers from a meal that you either

Just depends how comfortable I am with the person. Usually I keep things on an honest level and that has always worked well with me. I do that with my friends and coworkers. Usually add a little humor to it so that it doesn’t come off as rude or insensitive.

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