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  • Sam liked the shoes because they were "made out of zebras"

    If the gay bashers don't get him, PETA will.
  • Implying that cooking is gender-specific to females is not only sexist, it's asinine in today's world. Chances are your son isn't going to marry a nice girl to cook & clean for him right out of high school. He probably needs to at least know his way around the kitchen a little bit (unless he just wants to eat fast food all the time, be morbidly obese and dead by 45).
  • kid_icarus: Implying that cooking is gender-specific to females is not only sexist, it's asinine in today's world. Chances are your son isn't going to marry a nice girl to cook & clean for him right out of high school. He probably needs to at least know his way around the kitchen a little bit (unless he just wants to eat fast food all the time, be morbidly obese and dead by 45).


    I forced myself to learn how to cook in my mid twenties out of necessity, and eventually learned that I find it quite enjoyable. I got tired of eating junk (frozen pizza, fast food burger places, hot pockets, little debbie snacks, and so on) and decided I missed a nice home cooked meal.

    I've found it amusing that the sexist idea of a male cook, which has been around for quite a while, is suddenly found acceptable if they're a professional chef. Put a fancy hat on them, and increase their technical skill in cooking and suddenly it's 'okay' for a man to be in the kitchen.

    /I'm sure I'll be flamed for that definition of a chef in this thread.
  • Learn how to cook reasonably well (without being a precious fusspot about it) and you will get laid.

    If she gets picky about what you make her she's not a keeper anyway. This is my version of Sonny's Door Test.
  • I had no idea how much the Easy-Bake Oven had changed.

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  • I actually had an Easy-Bake oven when I was little. I'm not sure if my mom just thought boys should know how to cook, or if she expected her second child to be a girl.

    I used it a couple of times, but I had a lot more fun with the 75-in-1 electronic experiments kit that my grandfather gave me.

    /The naughty mnemonic he taught me for resistor color codes was kept a secret from my mom.
    //Would have loved an Easy-BlastTM chemistry set.
  • Snarfangel: I actually had an Easy-Bake oven when I was little. I'm not sure if my mom just thought boys should know how to cook, or if she expected her second child to be a girl.

    I used it a couple of times, but I had a lot more fun with the 75-in-1 electronic experiments kit that my grandfather gave me.

    /The naughty mnemonic he taught me for resistor color codes was kept a secret from my mom.
    //Would have loved an Easy-BlastTM chemistry set.


    When I was a little boy I think my parents were concerned that I was obsessed with a doll house I found in the basement. I loved the miniature furniture (had no use for the dolls). They replaced it by getting me into miniature trains, which I also loved. Still turned out gay as the day is long but God bless them, they tried.
  • thismomentinblackhistory: Snarfangel: I actually had an Easy-Bake oven when I was little. I'm not sure if my mom just thought boys should know how to cook, or if she expected her second child to be a girl.

    I used it a couple of times, but I had a lot more fun with the 75-in-1 electronic experiments kit that my grandfather gave me.

    /The naughty mnemonic he taught me for resistor color codes was kept a secret from my mom.
    //Would have loved an Easy-BlastTM chemistry set.

    When I was a little boy I think my parents were concerned that I was obsessed with a doll house I found in the basement. I loved the miniature furniture (had no use for the dolls). They replaced it by getting me into miniature trains, which I also loved. Still turned out gay as the day is long but God bless them, they tried.


    If you had really ever wanted to fark with them, the best thing to tell them would have been that the phallic imagery of the trains is what made you gay.


    Anyway, weren't Easy Bake ovens just Creepy Crawlers machines with cake pans instead of goop and molds?
  • I can cook but I'm no chef.
  • Gulper Eel: Learn how to cook reasonably well (without being a precious fusspot about it) and you will get laid.

    If she gets picky about what you make her she's not a keeper anyway. This is my version of Sonny's Door Test.


    Fusspot?
  • sigdiamond2000: Gulper Eel: Learn how to cook reasonably well (without being a precious fusspot about it) and you will get laid.

    If she gets picky about what you make her she's not a keeper anyway. This is my version of Sonny's Door Test.

    Fusspot?


    You know, a fuss-budget.
  • so yer saying both sides of the internet is gay? Damn gay mafia.
  • I imagine that's what slippers of kicking look like.
  • This sounds like the same side of the internet
  • Wait... women are supposed to be able to cook? Just a sec, I need to show this to my wife...
  • Why wouldn't a chef want to encourage learning to cook with a legitimate oven?
  • Snarfangel: sigdiamond2000: Gulper Eel: Learn how to cook reasonably well (without being a precious fusspot about it) and you will get laid.

    If she gets picky about what you make her she's not a keeper anyway. This is my version of Sonny's Door Test.

    Fusspot?

    You know, a fuss-budget.


    What year is this?
  • Good God! Everyone knows that men will only cook meat over an open fire!
    Hasbro should make a Easy-Burn Fire-Pit TM.
  • Cythraul: kid_icarus: Implying that cooking is gender-specific to females is not only sexist, it's asinine in today's world. Chances are your son isn't going to marry a nice girl to cook & clean for him right out of high school. He probably needs to at least know his way around the kitchen a little bit (unless he just wants to eat fast food all the time, be morbidly obese and dead by 45).

    I forced myself to learn how to cook in my mid twenties out of necessity, and eventually learned that I find it quite enjoyable. I got tired of eating junk (frozen pizza, fast food burger places, hot pockets, little debbie snacks, and so on) and decided I missed a nice home cooked meal.


    Mum made sure I had at least one recipe under my belt before I left home. Being a chemist helped as well, since cooking is basically kitchen chemistry. (Disclaimer: I actually fairly terrible in the lab.)

    I've found it amusing that the sexist idea of a male cook, which has been around for quite a while, is suddenly found acceptable if they're a professional chef. Put a fancy hat on them, and increase their technical skill in cooking and suddenly it's 'okay' for a man to be in the kitchen.

    Not only that, once they get their funny hat and their chromed ovens, suddenly women aren't allowed to play anymore. Only a woman can cook for her family, but only a man can get paid to cook for strangers.
  • kid_icarus: Implying that cooking is gender-specific to females is not only sexist, it's asinine in today's world. Chances are your son isn't going to marry a nice girl to cook & clean for him right out of high school. He probably needs to at least know his way around the kitchen a little bit (unless he just wants to eat fast food all the time, be morbidly obese and dead by 45).


    Also, if we want to stay sexist on it, guys should learn how to cook because if a guy can cook well? Probably gonna get laid.
  • I don't get the pink/blue thing anyway. Pink is kind of an obnoxious color.

    Also it's ok for men to cook if they're wearing an apron and standing in front of a grill outside.
  • I MUST FIND THESE SHOES!!!


    /roller derby official
  • kid_icarus: (unless he just wants to eat fast food all the time, be morbidly obese and dead by 45).


    Its good to have long term goals
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