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Compare Eating in Vs Eating out in a paragraph. In your own words.
Eating at home is boring and is like a routine,in time that eating out can be charming and completely relaxing for me since i do not must to cook and i can be served .Thank you
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User: Compare Eating in Vs Eating out in a paragraph. In your own words.





Weegy: Eating at home is boring and is like a routine,in time that eating out can be charming and completely relaxing for me since i do not must to cook and i can be served .Thank you
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User: What are the advantages for Eating in vs Eating out?

Weegy: Eating in advantages are that is meal cooked in the house and is more healthy than the one cooked out at restaurants or fastfood
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