There's a scene in Mrs. Winterbourne (1996) where Ricki Lake's character finds her self at the dinner table of a wealthy family, perplexed at the "proper" way to eat the bowl of soup in front of her. Not only are the etiquette rules of soup tricky- so is the act itself. One shaky, nervous hand motion and you'll wind up with dinner in your lap.
Most of us know to steer clear of this duo, but it’s hard to do when hidden as a flavor-enhancing ingredients. Raw onions are worse than cooked, with a lingering punch that is much harder to get rid of. Garlic might be handy when looking for a quick exit in a bad date, but if a good night kiss is what you're after, steer clear.
Fresh strawberries make a great dessert, but the tiny seeds on the skin of this luscious fruit will find their way in every cranny. Hard to miss and even harder to remove, these culprits will have your date staring at your freckled teeth with embarrassment.