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Are you a ketchup fanatic?

"No," you say as you nervously pour ketchup on all of your food.

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Are you a ketchup fanatic?

Do you love ketchup? Of course you do. It's hands down the best condiment. Here's what you know to be true if you are a die-hard ketchup fan.

1. You will debate with people over the merits of ketchup being the best condiment.

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What do you mean mustard is the best condiment?! I thought we were friends.

2. Ketchup goes great on most foods.

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Even weird ones like grilled cheese. It's actually good; you should try it.

3. You are upset when they forget to put ketchup packets in your food bag.

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How am I supposed to eat these chicken nuggets without ketchup?!

4. It is not uncommon for you to put way too much ketchup on your plate.

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Why is half your plate covered in ketchup? Well if I don't do that, I'll run out. That would be bad...very bad.

5. When you run out of ketchup at home, it is a sad day for everyone.

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If I'm not happy, no one can be happy. WE ARE IN CRISIS MODE!!!

6. You will bring ketchup for your food in the car even though it may make a mess.

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I stand in front of you today to as you a very important question: How do I eat an egg sandwhich without ketchup?!

7. You understand how a person can love ketchup but not tomatos.

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They aren't the same.

8. You enjoy meeting people who share your love of ketchup.

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And often times they suggest new foods with which to eat it.

Ketchup is the best. Enough said.

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