Tell me ceeekay, why haven't you started a food truck?
>Low cost compared to restaraunt
>get mad pussayyyyy in truck
>be self employed and happy
what do you have to lose?
The opportunity cost of quitting my job and spending 6 months squabbling over a parking space in midtown to fight over flighty, fickle office workers with yelp accounts and a lot of poorly contained frustrations at the world that they'd like to take out on anyone convenient.
My job pays me pretty well and leaves me with plenty of leisure time. Trading that for something that doesn't pay very well and locks me into being on my feet for 60 hours a week of hot, dirty work holds no appeal.
i know a shithead who started a vegan food truck in austin, texas.
the guy worked for Apple tech support before that.
Before THAT he was a loser punk rocker who got his gf pregnant in the 9th grade. Fucking faggot.
His name is Chris Baker, btw.
you must have been really surprised when you found out the girl you had a crush on had already been impregnated by that guy while you were trying to build up the courage to pass her a note in class
There's a lot of cats There.... I see you have a golden mouse..... Any tips cat loving coo/ck/?
>So being happy is the ultimate goal
It's pretty damm important, yeah.
>even if it flies in the face of reality?
Instead of being bitter about something that happened to you in high school, move on, focus on the now, and work on the future. This is your only chance of being happy.
>Smoke some more dope
Sounds like we found one of your issues, but something tells me your substance abuse is only a symptom of deeper problems.
Things went into full swing once I got the big kitty condo. I got five mementos that day. Also don't be afraid to spend extra fish on the frisky bits because you'll make your money back in no time. It's much more productive than using the cheap cat food. I'm averaging 40-50 goldfish and 400+ regular fish per day while only spending about 50 on food.
i guess i'm just too lazy to work 18-hour days in an over-saturated market that has extremely small profit margins.
Fairly confident this guy owns Arlos and the Vegan Yacht, both of which are, like most food trucks expensive and with nice and small portions. Never had the Vegan one, but Arlo's is overrated as fuck. I'd rather pop into Spudnik and get a cheap beer and burger than fight the lines for his faggotry.
The only excuse to visit food trucks ever is if they have an pretty good to exceptional product which in Austin I would say that only Red Star, East Side Kings and a honorable mention for the former Kebabalicious food truck are worth the price. Besides, they're all on East 6th and I rarely have any interest in dealing with that crowd.
I stopped visiting East 6th years ago. The only times I ever go is if a friend forces me to or a friend of mine who has heard about how hip Austin is (they're usually from a flyover) and we'll bar hope a bit. Personally if I want to go out, I'm going to Black Star or Whip in.
And no. Last time I got truck food was the last time my friend from WI was here and that was well over a year ago. Food trucks are shit unless you're drunk and it's past closing time. And yes, I do live in Austin, but hopefully not for too much longer.
I've though about opening a munchie box truck in my small stoner town, with more American styled offerings as I don't know much Indian food.
Chicken strips/spicy chicken
Fries bar style/poutine/Irish/Mexican
This corn dog where you have five differant types of hotdog on the stick that I saw at a ballpark
Would stoned and drunk co/ck/s munch?