At least you know how to make cereal.
There are few things you actually know how to cook, such as scrambled eggs, hot dogs, and noodles.
The ~fanciest~ cooking you know how to do is done with a microwave.
Like, you don’t even know how to boil water.
And whenever you have tried to cook, you’ve called your mom every five minutes to make sure you’re doing it right.
Because you know if you don’t, you’ll burn the house down.
Your fridge is always empty, except for the occasional hot sauce or leftover pizza.
When it’s time for a potluck, you’re well-known for bringing something store bought.
You’ve never offered to host a dinner party. Not once.
You’ve made the joke, “I can make a mean bowl of cereal!”
You can’t read the first few steps of a recipe without getting stressed out.
You order takeout at least four times a week.
Which means your favorite restaurants know your name and order by heart.
The thought of living alone worries you because you have no idea how you’ll feed yourself.
You can’t help but wonder if you’re behind the times because everyone else your age knows the basics, at least.
And you’ve definitely been judged by a peer or two because you can’t cook.
You’ve never gone grocery shopping by yourself because you know you’ll leave with frozen dinners and chips.
AND It’s a BIG DEAL when you actually cook something without fail. Way to go!
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