I'm pretty confident that macaroni and cheese is one of the best foods in the world.

Seriously, it's up there with chicken nuggets, steak tips and buffalo wings. Prove me wrong, you know I'm right.

Boxed macaroni and cheese is not only a classic but one of the most nostalgic memories of my childhood. It was one of three things that I would eat since I was as fussy as a kid could be. Boxed mac & cheese, chicken nuggets, and cucumbers. Plain and simple, that was all I ate.

However, it was how I ate that delicious dinosaur-shaped Kraft Mac & Cheese that was always somewhat weird. Even into my adulthood, I still continue to do it.

I do not chew my mac and cheese.

Each spoon or forkful bite I would shovel into my mouth would just go right down the chute. No chewing, no dissolving of any sort, just swallowing.

Yes, I'm aware that this is odd, but that's just who I am.

This only happens with the boxed brand of macaroni and cheese, though. When it comes to gourmet mac and cheese that you would normally order from a restaurant, I find that I chew it like a normal person.

The question that I have is this: am I the only one who does this?

Of course, it's a bit unorthodox and sounds somewhat dangerous, but I can assure you that I've been eating boxed macaroni and cheese like this for years and I've ended up completely fine.

I'd rather be different and original than just like everyone else, so let me eat my mac and cheese without judgment, thank you very much.

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