The Sun – PRETTY Abi Stroud can’t find a boyfriend — because she’s ashamed of eating only CHIPS and CHEESE. The 18-year-old has panic attacks at the thought of munching fruit and veg. Abi says she has never found love because she is embarrassed about her bizarre condition — called Selective Eating Disorder. She scoffs three blocks of mature cheddar and three bags of chips a week. New foods terrify her and the sight of a banana being peeled makes her gag. She can eat white bread — but only one particular brand. The A-level student from Newport, South Wales, said: “I hate it. I never go for dinner with friends. When people ask me to try something different I feel sick and dizzy. A teacher tried to get me to eat a chicken nugget and I burst into tears. “I go to uni in September and really want to get help.” Abi, whose food aversion began when she was ten, believes it is linked to the death of her gran. Last year a specialist finally diagnosed her condition, which saw her balloon to 15st aged 16. Exercise saw her slim down to 13st.
Is this chick for real complaining about her addiction to cheesy fries? Whining because she can’t eat any vegetables? What’s next, complaining her tits are too nice? Newsflash honey, cheesy fries = awesome. Vegetables = suck. What you have is a blessing not a curse. A full on excuse to stuff your face with nothing but cheesy fries and get no backlash from anyone. No parents telling you to eat your peas, no friends making fun of you for stuffing your face, no nutritionists on your back. It’s just you and the cheese fries. Seriously who needs a boyfriend? You know who doesn’t try to control you and argue with you over text message and ditch you on date night to be with their buddies? Cheesy fries. I love her excuse too. Can’t eat anything besides cheesy fries because her grandma died. Umm so does everybody’s sweetheart. That’s what grandmas do. They die. Doesn’t mean you have to stuff your face with nothing but french fried potatoes smothered in melted cheese. But if that’s how you get down that’s how you get down.