At the top today is forward Kit Graham.
Ramble of the Day
It’s a Wednesday in the middle of an international break, and I have a question: What’s your most unpopular food opinion? For me, I think the answer is that I don’t like ketchup.
I fully acknowledge that it’s an unpopular opinion, nor do I look down upon anyone who does like ketchup. I haven’t liked ketchup since I was a kid; over the years, though, I have from time to time sampled some when it comes with a plate of fries. Each and every time, I confirm what I already knew — it just isn’t for me.
I never really crave ketchup’s sweetness when I’m eating fries or a burger, preferring solidly savory options like mayonnaise or mustard. It’s not that I inherently dislike the mixture of sweet and savory flavors, but I almost never want it as a condiment on my sandwich. Like I said, ketchup just isn’t for me.
tl;dr: My most unpopular food opinion is that I don’t like ketchup.
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Links of the Day
FIFA opened disciplinary proceedings after the World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina was halted by Brazilian health officials.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will represent the Premier League on the board of the European Clubs’ Association.
Two La Liga matches originally scheduled for the upcoming weekend were postponed to account for an extended international window in South America.
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