That is the reason we always tend to eat food on the roadside. They smell well and they are tasty. But they are not good for health. Even then we will eat it. This is our brain effect.
Another issue is we start eating we can't stop it easily. We will go for more and more at the same time. This will create health problems. The over boiled oil and roadside dust, insects and unhygienic conditions will make it tastier. We will forget all the bad features of the food and we will go on eating. That all depends on the individual's mental status. If we make a strong point that we should not eat we may be able to resist but it will be difficult.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
" We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”
– Abraham Lincoln
Knowledge is power.