Everyone knows college kids have wacky eating habits, but now there's lots of data to prove it. Working with Spoon University, Food ordering app GrubHub has analyzed orders from college campuses to discern how exactly diets there differ from the world at large, Huffington Post reports. Here are some of their findings, as compared to orders made by the general public (read the full list at the link):
- Put in twice as many orders between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.
- Request healthy substitutions 23 percent less often
- Say "please" and "thank you" 18 percent less
- Eat 150 percent more calzones
- Eat 179 percent more cookies
- Order spicy food 26 percent less often