The first thing that you need to do is to pick out the largest and most solid-looking banana from the fruit basket. Stay away from the bananas with a skin that have turned black, as they are bound to be pretty pulpy from the inside. Not only will they taste really bad, but will cause you a great deal of trouble when you are trying to peel their skin off. Look for the bananas with completely yellow skin. Picking a banana of right size is also important. While the first and most obvious benefit of a large banana is that you will be able to feast on it more a longer period of time, you will become aware of the second benefit in the steps that would follow.
After you have picked a large, solid banana, stick it either between your arm-pit, or use your bicep and chest to hold it in place. Be extremely careful while you do this, as applying too much pressure on the banana will make it squishy and pretty much ruin it. Make sure you hold the banana in place between your bicep and shoulder, or in your arm-pits with just enough pressure that it does not get too pressed.
With the banana held in place, press the tip of the banana with your fingers to split the end open. If the banana is really ripe, splitting the end open through pressure may become a bit tough.
Once the end of banana is split open, simply grab the banana skin between your index finger and thumb and peel it off.
Enjoy eating the banana.