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Food Humblebrag. . .

Humblebrag

A form self promotion where the promoter thinks he is, almost subliminally, bragging about himself in the context of a humble statement or complaint.

Got any good food related humblebrags?

https://twitter.com/Humblebrag

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    1. re: beevod

      Like I made the word up..

      Here is a classic Humblebrag from your own post Rick..

      ' I would cook more if…

      cook more if......our maid quit'

      1. re: Beach Chick

        That would be fun... just compiling the ones that already exist on this site ;)

        1. re: hyacinthgirl

          Just from our beloved Bill Hunt's post alone...hee hee

          1. re: Beach Chick

            You flatter me. 1. I'd never use that word and 2. I was merely stating a fact...it was being neither humble nor a braggart.

            1. re: beevod

              Obviously, you are missing the meaning of humble brag.

              Stating the fact that you would 'cook more if......our maid quit' is a classic example of Humble bragging..

              Humble Brag
              'When you brag about something without even realizing it'.

              It's all good..we all do it in some shape or form.

              1. re: Beach Chick

                I would love to show you how to properly use a good knife.

                If you owned any.

                1. re: INDIANRIVERFL

                  HA..love the knife reference since I'm terrified of them..
                  ; )

                  1. re: Beach Chick

                    You know what they say about a dull knife. Most likely to cut you to the bone.

                    The sharp knife cuts all the way through to the cutting board.

                    :-O

        2. The tenderloin was done to a turn, the truffles were lovely, but everyone asked for A-1.