I have always peeled my banana from the tip, which is the opposite end of the stem part. The stem is the part that connects to the banana bunch. I don't think I knew that there is a better way to peel, but peeling from the tip is the easiest way for me.
Until one day I saw SO peeled his banana, can you believe that you can know someone for 12 years, and not know how he peels his banana? It never comes up in conversations, and we have never eaten a banana at the same time, or in the same room. SO peeled the banana from the stem.
Now every time I peel a banana, I wondered if I am peeling it right or wrong?
Finally, I decided to search on the internet to see what is the right way to peel a banana, since now we have a little "discrepancy". In case you don't already know, this is How to Peel a Banana:
1) Hold the banana with the tip upside.
2) Pinch the tip, and it will open up.
3) Grab the open tips and peel down.
4) Easy as pie.
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #85
1) Do you peel your banana?
2) Do you peel from the tip or from the stem?
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Thursday Two Questions #85 Banana Peel