[GCFL-discuss] Lousy Cooks?
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Tue Jul 22 21:20:00 CDT 2008
Hey I pride myself in my cooking abilities. My brother is also a good cook.
My housemate my senior year was one heck of a good cook.
I'd agree with you Jeanene, I hate the term partner. It drives me nuts. It's
like they don't want you to know whom they support or that they're
supporting the gay life style by calling themselves partners so the others
can hide within that setting. Whatever. Not my lifestyle and I'm quite proud
Oh, fun side note, I got called a Breeder just the other day. I had to ask a
friend what they were getting at because I didn't get it. Guess it's the new
insult to straight people.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 7:16 PM, Discussion of the Good, Clean Funnies List
<gcfl-discuss at gcfl.net> wrote:
> I am fairly certain that it is simply a slam to female cooks.
> My husband is able to char previously good meat on the grill and in the
> house he habitually cooks kernel corn with eggs. Need I say more? :-P
> I used to be a good cook. Now I avoid the kitchen. I only have a 6 year
> old left at home and it's hard to get excited about food preparation when
> she prefers plain pasta to anything else.
> Do any of the men on this list attempt to cook? Beyond boiling eggs and
> using the microwave...
> Did you just want to type "partners" and "same-sex "marriage"" to raise my
> blood pressure? The word partner now has a connotation of homosexuality or
> shacking up -- nothing so pure as husband and wife teammates. Same-sex?
> Barf. "Marriage"? What a crock... and a travesty of the word and concept.
> ----- Original Message -----
> >I have a question about the following references:
> > You are a Lousy Cook if...
> > Your husband refers to the smoke detector as the oven timer.
> > Is the author implying that all men are great cooks and only women
> > qualify as lousy cooks, or that men don't cook at all - lousy or
> > otherwise, or could this refer to one of the partner's in a same-sex
> > "marriage"?
> > Siarlys
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