Can’t Stand Sloppy-Eating Habits? There May Be A Scientific Reason

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A tailgater joins Kingsford Charcoal at the University of Wisconsin vs. Alabama game, leaving their conference rivalries at the door in the name of BBQ Diplomacy during the Kingsford #BBQDiplomacy Tailgate at Tailgate Tavern on Saturday, September 5, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Brandon Wade/Invision for Kingsford/AP Images)

Dean ask listeners what their worst sloppy eating pet-peeves are as he reads a study around Misophonia, a uncomfortable reaction to hearing certain sounds, including lip-smacking and more audible eating habits.

What can you not stand your dinner partner doing at a meal?