Mark Scattolon feels it’s important to distinguish between “hungry” and “hangry,” a colloquial term that has shot to the head of the lunch table.
“When you’re so hungry you start to get angry, you become hangry,” the 27-year-old Hamilton, Ont. native explains.
People may experience individual degrees of “hanger,” but one thing they share in this Uber age of immediate gratification is a demand to get their food as quickly as possible.
Read the full Globe & Mail feature on Hangry here!