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This is bullshit.
Okay, the article was entertaining, I'll grant you that. But Caity (the author) spent 14 HOURS at a TGI Friday's. And in all that time, she only ordered SEVEN PLATES? Let's do some math:
That's one plate every two hours.
6 sticks on a plate, that's 3 sticks an hour, or one stick every 20 minutes.
That is NOTHING.
Someone calls her out on this in the comments, and her response is basically, "They were bigger than regular mozzarella sticks, and tasted pretty gross."
Not good enough, Caity. They should have sent a warrior, but instead they sent a child.
Yeah, unless you're Shake Shack, there isn't any real reason to press down on your burgers. Make patties, with a small divot in the middle to counteract curling.
That sounds great, but you don't need the egg or the almond flour. You're not making meatloaf, just make meat patties.
Also- are "sweet onions" any different than say, yellow onions?
Everyone needs to read my 300 page alternate continuity fanfic where Cory gets together with Lauren and they love each other forever and live in the ski lodge. Eric becomes a ski instructor and Mr. Feeny runs the lodge. Also they have sex!!
(Cory and Lauren, not Eric and Mr. Feeny)
(I lied, it's both)
I would be interested in a "horsetail" gentleman's magazine.
Giving out a fake number doesn't magically become a mature response just because it contains a literary allusion.
I like this article because it increases awareness that not just male rappers are terrible people, but also woman rappers and everyone who listens to them are terrible as well. Hooray!
Or maybe it's hip-hop, but I don't know a noun for that. Hip-hoppers? Yes.
This is an interesting article, but I feel like it's kind of useless to someone who hasn't already read the book. I mean, all I got from this is that "The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P" contain some secret wisdom about men... and that's it.
It might relate to how we think about relationships? It might relate to Internet pornography? Who knows?
So, yeah, it's an interesting premise, but really all it tells me is that "Maybe there is some secret wisdom here, I dunno," and that's not enough for me to go buy the book. Examples!
@theharpoon That describes about half of the authors on this site, which is the main reason I keep coming back.