If you’ve ever shouted at your best friend before eating, angrily devoured cold leftovers or felt like murdering someone to get a burger, congratulations; you’re a hangry person. Suffering from food related anger is harder than most people would realize and being told by someone that you simply need to eat makes you want to punch a wall. Living with hangry is a genuine condition and if you have suffered from any of these, then we feel your pain. For everyone else, behold the daily struggles of the ever-hangry.
Getting home on an empty stomach and discovering empty cupboards brings about a rage like no other. You curse your earlier, fuller self for not anticipating the hanger that you would experience later in the day.
Your loved ones are used to being shouted at between meals but for new friends, it’s a little overwhelming. You get angry about the way they breathe, the cut of their shirt and their ringtone and you always let them know about it.
If, by some miracle, you manage to date someone that wants to take you out for a meal, then it normally ends in tears. Arguing over where to eat is a regular occurrence in your life and you have cut all relationship ties before, because of a restaurant disagreement.
The fact that some people don’t know what they want to order is genuinely baffling to you. You always have an order ready in your head and waiting for others to decide what they want is like having your teeth pulled.