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Don't give a flying flip, unless need to. That's how I gotten better.
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Last thoughts on subject, become unique and irreplaceable.
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Posted 11/21/13

Kavalion wrote:

Have you learned to cook, yet? Most valuable skill in the world, really.


I wanna learn how to cook. ;_;
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Corogast wrote:


Kavalion wrote:

Have you learned to cook, yet? Most valuable skill in the world, really.


I wanna learn how to cook. ;_;


If you wanna learn to cook the best thing you can do is combine different ingredients in a way that seem appetizing to you and if it's tasty you cooked something delicious
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Posted 11/21/13

ClockW3rk wrote:


Corogast wrote:


Kavalion wrote:

Have you learned to cook, yet? Most valuable skill in the world, really.


I wanna learn how to cook. ;_;


If you wanna learn to cook the best thing you can do is combine different ingredients in a way that seem appetizing to you and if it's tasty you cooked something delicious


By the gods! :3 GENIUS! <3
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Posted 11/23/13 , edited 11/23/13
Start by figuring out what's "better," and then get back to me. If you can figure that out, then it's easy -- just do it. The hardest part about deciding to do something is uncertainty about whether it really is the best choice. Vegetables feel better, and cake tastes better -- which should you choose? If you can calculate, definitively, what the best option is, then doing it is easy. The problem is that strong muscles are not definitively better than relaxation. You wouldn't be debating with yourself if watching TV sucked, and going to the gym was awesome. Although I guess masochists exist, but then we're arguing about whether we can actually say that watching TV sucks. But then, we don't know what "better" is again.

Basically, don't try and better yourself until you know that what "better" is. If you can't figure it out, then just do what the rest of us do -- whatever you want. Want better abs? Do sit-ups (or yoga, or pilates, or whatever it is people do for abs). Want to be an awesome cook? Try cooking. Want to sit on your ass all day? Do so. Just know that what you do and want to do reflects who you are, and if you think that being a scientist is better than being a lazy-ass, then you should probably pick up a book.
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