Why are you ruining our dinner time, evolution?
Watching my kids eat - or to be precise, poke at the food very suspiciously and declaring that it is a) awful, b) horrible and c) that they never want this and why we can't eat normal food - it strikes me interesting how the older we get, the more varied our taste becomes. I just accidentally spread some adult toothpaste on my kids toothbrushes, and even when I rinsed them thoroughly, they still complained that washing teeth burns and hurts.
So perhaps it was evolutionary beneficial that kids are extremely picky and eat only "safe" foods, whereas older people who have already had their kids can go around, eat whatever and don't taste anything. Because a dead kid isn't good for tribe survival, but an old person who eats random stuff is a nice signal to the rest of the tribe what can be eaten and what not.
So yay, science of the everyday life! Now eat the f*ing fish.
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