Someone asked me once how I could know that I'm gay if I've never slept with a woman. I've never shoved shards of glass into my eye, either, but I don't have to give it a shot to know that it's not for me.
Not as some kind of sick social engineering tool to remind people how worthless they are and how grateful they should be for freebies.
Your ability to take a quote wildly out of context, directly below the post you're stealing the three words from, is legendary, Patty-Cakes. You should be a journalist.
Some of the posts here astound me. At no point do I ask poor people to eat out of the garbage or to like anything and everything. I fully understand that people have different tastes.
But having a preference has nothing to do with adult picky eating.
One time, a group of us got together to get eat pizza at this very famous pizza place. With us was this woman who had been unemployed for a couple years. We all agreed to cover her cost with no problem. None of us minded at all. So, with that clear, she agreed to join us.
At the restaurant, the waiter gave us all our choices, and after discussing a bit we all decided to get pizza with everything. Very large pizza. This woman who was not even going to pay for the pizzas gave the waiter a list of things she didn't want on her pizza. After looking through the list, the waiter said the only thing to avoid all of that was a pizza with nothing but cheese on it. So, we ordered 2 large pizzas, one with everything and one with cheese.
To our amazement, she never even touched the cheese pizza. She only ate the pizza with everything on it.
I've observed this sort of behavior over and over in picky adult eaters. And generally speaking most of them are the ones that are not affluent.
Again, people here need to stop arguing a strawman. I am not saying they should eat anything and everything. But going to a chinese restaurant and order eggs and fries and then brag to people afterward that you ate chinese is not having a preference. It's something else.
Just to speculate, I could see how people with less money would want the absolute best and most for the relatively low amount of money they have.