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We Can Guess Your Age With Just Five Questions About Your Taste In Indian Food
You can finish fifty gulab jamuns in one sitting. You know there's no bigger joy than pigging out on something with your bare hands. You understand that now is not the time to worry about portion control, and the fact that you'll eat everything makes you every Indian mother's delight.
You're in the phase where inhaling 37 momos is like second nature. A lot of work means a lot of hunger, and you always do justice to your growling stomach. The newly-found stress can get you hangry at times, but that ain't nothin' a bloody good samosa can't fix.
So you've basically worshipped aloo parathas in your teens, and tried eating healthier as you made your way into adulthood. Now, you know the best of both worlds. You obviously love experimenting with your food, but you've already decided what your favourite dishes for life are.
You've learnt an important lesson – that extra gulab jamun ain't worth the julaabh comin'. Even if you're don't actually cook, you have strong opinions about food. You know what your favourite cuisines are, but don't mind experimenting with some wildly different dish once in a while!
You miss the days you could inhale 37 kilos of jalebis in one sitting, because goddammit, you love good food! Age has made you wiser, and now you know what nonsense foods not to eat. You only stick to your guns, your favourite dishes and cuisines, and you will live happily ever after.
You love good food, but you hate attacking your food in Neanderthal fashion. "Eat to live, not live to eat" is your motto in life. But wait! That just means you understand food better, and you can appreciate the finer things in life.