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Drool factor

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by lapinrose, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    Should the appetisingness of foods be quantified by a drool factor?

    (I am inspred by Fenty's comment on the Heaven thread)
     
  2. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    Should the appetisingness of foods be quantified by a drool factor?

    (I am inspred by Fenty's comment on the Heaven thread)
     
  3. 1. Slight moistness in the mouth.
    2. Licking of lips.
    3. Actually having to swallow because of the sudden inrush of saliva.
    4. That involuntary 'Ohhh' when someone mentions something yummy. Si King is particularly good at this.
     
  4. nick909

    nick909 Lead commenter

    5. Involuntary furrowing of the eyebrows, narrowing of the eyes and the affecting of a 1000 yard stare, as you envisage and imagine the aromas and flavours of the described foods...
     
  5. accompanied by a vague smacking of the lips...
     
  6. egyptgirl

    egyptgirl Senior commenter

    ...and give a contented sigh.
     
  7. Then go galloping off to have a go at cooking it yourself...
     
  8. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    I think we need to sort out a definite awarding of a drool factor, so drool factor 10 but would be all the aroementioned accompanied by an insane desire to eat everything in sight, yes?

    Whereas drool factor 0 would be absolutely no response at all.

    Who's going to define nos 1-9?
     

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