It happens quite often that we eat without being hungry. There are times when we are just bored, frustrated, or sitting leisurely, and start eating our favourite treats. Did you know that celebrities also experience the same feeling? Actor Mouni Roy has recently discovered a Japanese word that describes the act of eating without being hungry. In her Instagram Stories, Mouni has posted a picture with the word “kuchisabishii”. Right under that word, its meaning is written as "When you're not hungry, but you eat because your mouth is lonely." Captioning the post, Mouni wrote, “Just found my favourite Japanese word.” She also attached a smiling face with hearts emoji.
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This is not the first time Mouni has shared her foodie vocabulary. Previously, the actor opened up about her 'snaccidents'. Now, if you're wondering what a snaccident is, it's simply a term used by food lovers to describe those moments when you unintentionally munch on a bunch of snacks. And guess what? Mouni could relate! The actress confessed to having her fair share of snaccidents. She reshared a meme post that perfectly captured the feeling, with "Snaccident" boldly written at the top and explained, "When you eat all the snacks by accident." Mouni nodded along, writing, "All the time," and added a crying emoticon. Read in detail here.
All Mouni Roy fans are well-versed with her love for food. A few days ago, the star shared a video consisting of various clips, which featured her indulging in some delicious meals. The first frame features Mouni savouring pasta, followed by another clip of her enjoying Indian cuisine including dal makhani, rice, butter naan, and more. Then, there's a selfie video of Mouni munching on sliced apples, followed by her relishing a giant dosa. The montage continues with various types of pasta, a plate full of fruits like mangoes, grapes, and dragon fruit, and a glimpse of pizza. Mouni is also seen enjoying noodles topped with basil leaves. Towards the end, the actress sits in her vanity van and enjoys a plate of noodles.
In her caption, Mouni extends her gratitude to her friend Trishila Goculdas for creating the video. She writes, “Don't call her a human panda for no reason #eatsleeprepeat - Trishila Goculdas. Thanks, Trishila Goculdas! Wonder how you find so much time to make this! Overwhelmed."
Tell us the name of your favourite foodie term in the comment section.