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Ess Tii Eph Yu
Mayo is the devil incarnate in my opinion. It's one of those things that I have an insane and sometimes unnatural aversion to. Whenever I make my boyfriend's lunch as soon as I need to dip the knife into the mayo I gag a bit. Oh and heaven help me if I get any on my skin. I freak out. I'm the same way with yogurt coincidentally. I think it's a consistency thing.


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I used to dislike mayo on basically anything but tuna or egg salad sandwiches. Now, I'm okay with it on other sandwiches as long as there isn't a lot, but it's bad for you, so I figure why bother?

My friend likes peanut butter and mayo on rice cakes.


Sultan of Swat
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I put Peanut Butter on my rice cakes all the time, I never tried it with Mayonaise, but I don't think it would be all that bad. I hope he doesn't mix the two together though, that would be disgusting.


Oh, poppycock.
I LOVE mayo. Nothing is better than a turkey and cheese sandwhich loaaaaded up with mayo. It just has such a good flavor to me. I will admit that I buy the stuff with olive oil which makes it a little bit healthier.


It's not me, it's you.
I like mustard more, but mayo is ok. I'm not much of a sauces person anyway.


Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
I usually use the light stuff and I only eat it on sammiches.


Mark ov teh Pond
I'm perfectly content if I never so much as see another jar or package of that stuff in my life. I hate mayo. Even the word mayonnaise gets me shuddering.


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I like it! the first time i heard of putting it on fries was when i was living in Belguim over 20 years ago... although it does seem to be taking off her the past year or so now. I usually have ketchup or vinegar on mine though:)