Today I used the fryer for the first time ever to make french fries to go with my boiled hot dogs that I had for lunch. I'm glad I did something new. It feels like progress is being made.
What new things have you done recently, anon?
Don't worry, to my 8 hot dogs, I only made about a handful of fries.
When the fries hit the grease for the first time, I got scared because of all the noise they made.
It's the most challenging meal I've ever made for myself
Learn to bake too
I can bake banana bread for the whole week. It takes 20 minutes to make and then you can watch anime while checking on it twice after an hour
Infant really bake anything else tho
I've baked cookies and brownies before and they were very good.
You should get them, because home made cookies are #1.
I had 4 applesauces too
I wish I could make cookies
I like the chewey, you can't get more quality chewey cookies anymore they are always hard and dri just don't know how to make them tho, my oven is too strong I think and chocolate is expensive even tho I would buy some if the other problems weren't there
I leave my house a lot, often to get McDonald's
At the grocery store near me they make cookies and they are often soft. For a dozen it is $6 I think
I think I know a place or two that sells all kind of cookies but I never tried them because they aren't bakery's. They are either diet places or in the Asian market
I have a couple bakery's near but one is shit and the other ones only saving grace is its cheap cheesecake wich I wouldn't mind having some right now
I have never had a cheese cake. Is it like a cream cheese block? That seems weird
You should go in private, sharing those things is not proper for public
>quality chewy cookies
Reminds me of my friend's mom. She made the best tasting cookies from scratch, they were so nice and chewy. Jesus Christ, fresh from the oven they were like goddamn ambrosia. They moved to North Dakota though. I kinda wanna ask if she could send me.
As far as progress goes, I applied to a job today and will apply to more later.
OP, good job on frying those fries. It's a little scary to try new things but I'm glad you did it anyway.
Whipped cream is one of the best treats
>bought a keyboard
>had some classes
>get kicked out from home
>no space for a keyboard in years
>neighborg invites me to join his band
>tells me to practice each time he sees me
>band has a falling out
>they haven't met in months now
I did practice btw
Thanks. Are you scared of working?
Is it a gay band? That would be cool if you are all cool about it instead of annoying gays
You can pour cereal
I'm not too scared. I've been wanting to work for awhile now. If I get this job I'll be working with my dad.
Though if I don't get /that/ job I guess I'll apply to different places.
Do you love your dad and does your dad love you?
Well, I guess I love him. I'd never say it to him though, we hardly talk to each other but we have a mutual understanding and respect for each other.
I suppose he loves me too, or at least is polite enough to put up with me.
It is good that you are on good terms with your father. Keep it that way.
Is it the vocalist's girlfriend
That's okay, they are still tasty
How can an arcanine just now be using a fryer? Would an autist really settle for inferior Wendy's tendies? I don't have a fryer but I nigger rig that shit with a qt saucepan and corn oil. I got a spicy chicken Patty going now.
I haven't done anything new lately, but I've been considering getting some teatea.
I have only just recently needed to make my own meals
Most days I run away from cooking to McDonald's or my aunt's house. My aunt could probably teach me how to cook, she is very skilled and her food is excellent. I wish I could have married her
But then she will want me to practice at her house. One time my uncle asked me to slice up this tomato because we were having a cook out, and I was petrified, because I never did before. Certain new things just make me very nervous, especially when someone is watching me. I hate mistakes, but I can handle them so long as no one else sees them.
Well, it'll get easier as you do it more. Think of it as social anxiety practice.
>tfw gradually getting better at making phone calls to other people I don't know
>tfw no longer have to mentally prep myself for 5-10 minutes before making the call
Yeah but I probably won't ever actually use my cooking skills, anyway, because I'll never feel like it's worth it to go to the store and buy all the stuff I need.
Maybe one day. I'm not ready yet though
They are my favourite. They're like ponytails, which are super great too, but there's two of them