I've been known to spit out something I just know won't go down right. If I continued to eat it and spit, it would be a problem, if I put that plate of bad food away, because I knew it wouldn't work, it's not a problem, it's being wise. But if something always caused that, and I always ate it and re-decided I couldn't do it, and used the "too tough" to rationalize trying it again frequently... that might be bad. YOU know if you're trying a food that you know wasn't good for you previously because you think it will now work, or if you figure it won't work, but it tastes so good, so I'll try it today, and tomorrow, and the next day.
for me, if it's too tough, i put the plate away. A month or six months later in my early months I'd try it again, but if three attempts over three months all made it to my "not good" category, I'd strike it off my list until a long time passed and then I might try again but not if I'm not ready to spit (I don't like to be unladylike and spit anything, but vomiting is also unladylike)
~Lady Lithia~ 200 lbs lost!
March 9, 2011 - Coccygectomy!
I chased my dreams, and my dreams, they caught me!