Feeling "hangry" (hungry and angry) is a real thing and it's the worst. I can say, without a doubt, it's caused way more than its fair share of arguments that mean absolutely nothing when I've had some time to actually eat. Turns out, when you're in need of nourishment, it changes your personality. Some of the most ridiculous fights I've had with my partner because I was hungry are, in retrospect, pretty stupid. I only realize it once I'm out of the monstrous demon zone and happily fed, but when I'm going through the ache of low blood sugar and severe crankiness, I can't predict what I'll do or say. Sorry? I'm sure I'm not alone here, as hunger and low blood sugar are linked to arguments with a partner or spouse, according to The Huffington Post. See? Maybe it's not all our fault. It's science's fault.
When I'm satiated, I might not pick a fight about a stray plate on the counter or shoes that aren't in their rightful place. Honestly though, when I'm in "that" mood (where food is all I can think about) yeah, I'll argue about anything in front of me because I'm not in control of my emotions. I don't do it on purpose (obviously), but life is so much easier to deal with when I'm not raging on hunger hormones, am I right?!
To everyone in my way during those times, and my partner in particular as he takes the brunt of my hangry wrath: I'm sorry. On that note, here are some fights I've had with my partner while hungry that I wish never happened (but will probably happen again when my stomach growls).