It turns out we're all peeling oranges wrong and this madness has to stop
This is not brand new information.
Why do people eat fruit wrong so often? It genuinely upsets me. I'd go so far as to say it upsets me more than people eating peppers as apples, which should be illegal.
Speaking of fruit, have you ever wondered about the person who opened the first pineapple? Who looked at that fruit and said "Yeah, I bet there's something delicious inside that terrifying, spiky looking yoke". I'd love to meet that absolute genius and ask her (I'm presuming she's female) why she didn't leave very clear guidelines for fruit eaters of the future... but that's a separate article.
I'm here to talk about oranges, and how every single one of us is eating them wrong.
This isn't a case of my way or the high way, this is a case of my way and the wrong way (please don't come for me).
There's a very easy way to access your favourite citrus snack and there's no hectic peeling necessary. All you need is a sharp knife. Take the knife, slice the top and the bottom of the orange off.
Then make an incision in the skin, pull apart and in three easy steps you have a perfect strip of orange segments to eat and there's not a sticky finger in sight.
Not a single segment will be ruined in this process and life as you know it will change forever.
You're bloody (orange) welcome.