Baseball players are all about about routine, right?
When you play 162 games a year in a game where you fail seven times out of 10 at the plate in a good season, players typically stick to their routines and superstitions to stay locked in.
J.D. Davis proved to be a great addition for the Mets last season, hitting .307 with 22 home runs, boasting a .913 OPS against lefties.
But we've got to talk about this cookie situation.
On episode four of The Cookie Club presented by Insomnia Cookies, Davis gave a tutorial on the way he eats his cookies, and let's just say... it's different.
Davis broke it down step-by-step and explained the method to his madness. He breaks the cookie into either halves or quarters, depending on the size, and then lets the cookies soak up some milk for a little bit before using a spoon to finish the job.
"That gives you the opportunity to talk to your friends without, ya know, having milk on your fingers or anything like that," Davis said. "You know Dom likes to do hand gestures, so when you're talking to him, sometimes he does a hand gesture and it flicks in people's faces all the time because he likes to dip his whole hand in there.
"I like to be a little more respectful to people. I use a spoon."
People always say "Don't knock it 'til you try it," but is Davis' method bizarre or genius? Dom Smith's facial reactions seem to answer that question.
Check out the full episode below.