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Guys Who Can Cook
Posted 3/28/14
I agree with CandyPopShop, Phersu seems like the cynically cuddly kind of guy.

Girl: Cuddles!
Phersu: Nu!
Girl:
Phersu: Okay, but I don't like it!
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
^ What? You guys....cut it out.

I will. Just made peas, beans, and rice.
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
Guys who can cook are pretty damn sexy. Because food is sexy.
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Posted 3/28/14

mlchanges wrote:

I can cook but judging from the female responses in this thread I've been marketing that skill all wrong


That is pretty much exactly what I was thinking looking at this thread. Perhaps I need to start actively cooking for people to help market my skills.
Posted 3/28/14
Guys, just wear a shirt that says, I cook and I'm single. Then wait for the numbers to pour in.
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
You'd be hard pressed to find a woman who doesn't like a man who can cook. I don't have a girlfriend or anything of the sort, but my friends who happen to be women drop by whenever I'm in town so they don't have to cook that night, haha. Which I'm fine with because cooking is a hobby and it's quite fun.
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14

Furysgarbage wrote:


mlchanges wrote:

I can cook but judging from the female responses in this thread I've been marketing that skill all wrong


That is pretty much exactly what I was thinking looking at this thread. Perhaps I need to start actively cooking for people to help market my skills.


be epic like Usui Takumi lol
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Posted 3/28/14

LadyDumplings wrote:

Guys, just wear a shirt that says, I cook and I'm single. Then wait for the numbers to pour in.


Lol I think I will try just that to see how it goes. I'll let you know how it turns out.



pandrasb wrote:


be epic like Usui Takumi lol


I am not sure if anyone can ever hope to match Usui in skill lol
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Posted 3/28/14
I can cook anything. Not well, but I can cook anything. You want a burned omelette? Done. You want a burned fleming mignon? Done. Burned KFC? Done. Burned and yet undercook spaghetti? Done. Charred cereal. It's yours.
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
its a good thing in case that if guys live alone and/or have a wife aor girlfriend. besides, no one wants to eat takeout everyday or forever if they want to LOL i still learnig how to cook thanks to my mom so i pretty desent at some cooking. anything to get though the day.
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49 / M / KC
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Posted 3/28/14
I'm actually an excellent cook, which my wife loves.

BTW, chefs are still predominantly male.
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
I can cook anything, if I see it cooked once. food network works for me.
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Posted 3/28/14
LMFAO!!!!!
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Posted 3/28/14
If a man who can hold his own in the kitchen is a turn off, I will be single forever. I love to cook, and have invested a lot of hours in an attempt to improve my skills in the kitchen. I would love to attend a culinary school after college, but have no idea how or when I will be able to do so. Still, I have really high standards for the meals I make, and almost always fail to satisfy my expectations. Every so often I get it right, but I usually leave the table thinking about how I could have improved the dishes I served. In all honesty, I take cooking more seriously than any of the women that I know.
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Posted 3/28/14
lol my dad is a chef and my mom is a baker so I learned how to do both, but it's funny if you do it as a living you hate doing it at home. They mostly just bring food back from their respective jobs and never make anything at home. So I essentially have to either cook for the family or have takeout.
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