Is your stomach a hole that never seems to fill up? If you're anything like us, being full is definitely a foreign concept, but eating, on the other hand, is your primary language. You have no shame in your eating habits, because let's be honest, food comes before all else. How many of these daily struggles can you relate to?
You don’t need an alarm to wake you up, that’s your stomach’s job.
You need food to start your day, like most people need coffee.
You can’t even make it out of bed before your stomach starts growling insanely loud.
You've become accustomed to the weird noises your stomach makes.
You’re not sure you even know what being full feels like.
Your stomach is a bottomless pit.
People in class know you by your growling stomach.
They don't even know your real name.
Your daily mood is based on how hungry you are.
Hungry or hungrier.
You find yourself hangry quite often.
No one wants to mess with you when you're hangry.
Whenever you go out, you’re only worried about where you’ll get food.
Drunken pizza or nachos? Or both?
If you go to a party, it’s for the food, not the people.
The best relationship you have is with the pizza delivery guy.
He knows your order by heart.
You will never understand taking pictures of food because let’s be honest, you just want to eat the food.
They clearly don't know what it's like to be hungry.
The longest wait of your life is that agonizing time it takes for your food to come out and when you finally get it, your night is made.
Ugh, waiting is the worst.
You’d be completely fine living alone with food in this world.
Food > people, any day.
People constantly make remarks on your eating habits, but you go on eating anyway.
Food will never judge you.
You always have food in your purse, because you’re hungry ALL THE TIME.
And being somewhere without food is the worst.
A microwave minute is the longest minute of your life.
Seriously, how long can a minute actually be?! FOREVER!
You find yourself spending hours at the grocery store, because making food decisions are hard.
You just want to buy it all, because you love it that much.
You’re asked, “You’re eating again?” at least five times a day.
Yes, it's my favorite thing to do.
There’s food throughout your apartment because you never know where you’ll be when you’re hungry.
You have stashes everywhere.
You leave little time for chewing. Inhaling is more your style.
Sometimes you have to remind yourself to breathe.
And watching “The Food Network” while eating is your guilty pleasure.
"The Food Network" just gets you.