So cooking isn’t one of my strengths. If you ask me to cook for you, you’re risking becoming a permanent resident of the toilet.
It’s hard for me because there are all these unfamiliar steps involved. I have to get the right amount of ingredients from outside my cave, process each ingredient, follow an alchemical procedure to put together something that looks edible, and then—the worst part—clean up and store everything. I’m not sure if it’s the onions that make me want to cry.
But check this out. So far, I’ve invested $600+ in a book and two courses to learn the lifetime skill of cooking (teach a man to fish). I made this stir fry last night. At least it looks sort of legit??
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Holy shit, I’m already getting sweaty just imagining writing about this, even though it’s chilly and cloudy and people are wastefully blasting their wipers at full speed when it’s only drizzling here in San Diego.
Don’t get mad that I’m calling 55 degrees chilly, not my fault it’s literally freezing where you are. I don’t think the favorable male/female ratio on the East Coast is worth living in a place covered in more snow than the Dorito dust covering my fat fingers.
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Many bar takers don’t know what to do with their time after they’re done with it. They forget what they used to enjoy.
They continue to study for the bar (just in case)… They take time off and go on a trip they can’t afford before going back to the real world (#funemployed)… They grind away at work and miss studying…
“You’re bored in the year 2017? Isn’t there a mirror in the bathroom? You can look into it until it breaks,” I tell them passive aggressively but only in my head because social decorum dictates it.
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