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I love this meme, hit the nail on the head!
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Here's an idea: Cook at home!
You can actually make the exact same stuff as fast food restaurants, only they'll taste better and be healthier.
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Exactly.
Personally, I love to cook. I don't get why people don't like doing it.
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I also love to cook, but sometimes I'm too lazy to do it.
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You do realize that a lot of people just don't have time to cook. So when they don't have time to cook, then they have no leftovers to take to work for lunch, which means there are at least 2 meals a day they are not able to make a meal for. Try, for a week, leaving your house before 7 am and don't return until about 9 pm and tell my you still feel like cooking.
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There are ways to cook for people who don't have a lot of extra time to cook. I know, I've tried some. and most people who "don't have time to cook" don't have time to because they're on the internet for that amount of time.
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No they work my father never had time to cook he was working all day :/ get ur facts not everyone can make a steak then clean all the dish for lunch some people get 30 min breaks then come home at 5 lets see you cook a big meal when you were working from 7:30-5:00 with a 30 min break
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People used to do it before fast food existed.
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The first fast food restaurant was in 1919, A&W. Before then, the majority of the people had someone that stayed at home 24/7 to do the cooking and cleaning. Single people didn't fix anything substantial for a meal, nor did most families as this would have been around the time of the depression. So back then, it didn't take much time to "cook" anything. If you really want to discuss what life was like back 100 years ago, or even 40 years ago when wives were at home the majority of the time, then go ahead and continue to state that people did this before fast food existed. But the reality is most families have a mother and father that work, and they don't always have time or energy to cook. Like my original comment stated, try not being home for 14 hours a day and tell me you still have the time and energy to cook a healthy meal.
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Just because the first fast food restaurant started that early, it wasn't until the 1970s that fast food became a main stream, daily visit for many people. Even then, it wasn't anywhere close to what it is today.
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Do you know why fast food didn't start becoming main stream until the 1970s? Because that correlates when both members of the house hold started getting full time jobs instead of just the man. Which means less time at home to cook meals or have the energy to do so.
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Btw, most people don't work 12-14 hour days. If I work 10 hours, it's a long day and I regularly come home and cook dinner, no it's not a 2 hour ordeal to prepare and cook a meal that's better for you than any fast food. It takes me maybe 30-45 mins from preparation to serving dinner. By the time you got in the car, drove down to a fast food place, ordered your food and got it, you wouldn't have saved any more time than you would to just cook at home.
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Do you not realize that there is no time wasted picking up dinner on your way home from work? So, in reality, you spend 10 to 15 minutes to pick up dinner and it ready to eat when you get home, which then means you are eating 20 to 35 minutes sooner than trying to prepare something.
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I know that some people can't cook steaks for lunch or anything like that. Obviously that isn't something that could be cooked by people with very little time. In your example, something could easily be cooked after the person comes home, and that stuff could be cooked in preparation for the following meals. Something like a stew or casserole perhaps, they can easily be done in a slow cooker where you don't have to watch them.
And if I was working with that schedule, I could easily make food for myself, most likely in a similar way to what I just described. If you want some sort of recipe for that because you happen to be one of those people with little time to cook, I could give you one.
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your like 12 after working that long you can't come home and make a stew that's probably the longest hardest thing to make -.- if your working over 40 hours a week and come home at 5 lets see the stew would be ready at about 7 or so -.- your telling me after working 9 hours you want to make a stew for 2 hours your comments are being downvoting can't you understand your wrong and after working for ever it's hard to make a giant meal people still do it but you don't get what working is like u till you do it once you work 9 hours a day 30 min break then I'll listen
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Really? Don't have time to cook because they are on the internet? It takes about 30 seconds to make a post and then go back to the kitchen. Or better yet, take the laptop into the kitchen and do both at the same time. How about you do what I stated and not be home for 14 hours a day for a week and tell my you have time and energy to cook 3 meals a day and not need to stop at a fast food joint.
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Yes, it takes a short time to make a post, but first the person would be browsing through the site, find the topic/image/whatever to be commented on, think about what to say, then make the post, all of which takes a lot more than 30 seconds, especially since people don't just use 30 seconds of internet a day to make a post.
I understand taking the laptop into the kitchen, but I don't know why other people wouldn't do it.
And people do spend a lot of time on the internet without doing anything else. I'm not saying it's smart, I'm not saying they shouldn't do it while cooking, I'm just saying people do spend a lot of time on the internet without doing anything else, such as cooking.
You didn't say anything about 14 hours. Your example is with 9 hours plus 30 minutes of break time <_<
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That was me you idiot who said 9 hours and 30 min break this guy is a different guy u retard
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You are reading the wrong comment if you don't realize I was talking about 14 hours. I stated leaving your house before 7 am and not returning until after 9 pm. I also never stated anything about a 30 minute break. 7 am to 9 pm is 14 hours. Maybe you should pay attention to who you are talking to and what their original comments were before making yourself look like an idiot.
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I did pay attention. So maybe I accidentally read the wrong one, big deal. I'm staying up late at night, and my eyes weren't that great to begin with.
And some of the stuff you posted makes you look like an idiot too...
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"So responding to something to proves I'm an idiot? Think about that sentence and then decide who's an idiot." When my response proves that you are incapable of reading a comment in full and then reply stupidly, then that does prove you are the idiot, not me.

"And you're the one who's twisting sentences, not me." When someone uses only half of a sentence in a comment to reply to, then that person is the one twisting words. I reply to full sentences, you reply to only partial sentences Which I have proven multiple times now. So once again, you are proven wrong and it is you who is twisting words around, not me.
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What did I state that makes me look like an idiot? Only 30 seconds to post? Maybe you need to read the rest of that statement which stated "and then go back to the kitchen" which means they are doing both at the same time. Just because someone is on the internet, that doesn't mean they can't cook at the same time. I do that often, which is the only way I can get just about anything done. That is if I can actually get home at a decent time to be able to cook. Of course then I could bring up the mass of people who are not even home throughout the week because they have to travel for work. Not a whole lot you can cook with just a microwave, and not all frozen diners are healthy either. It is not that anything I have stated makes me look like an idiot, it is only the fact that you don't bother reading the full comment to understand everything that is stated to realize what has been said.
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And what makes you think I don't read? Do you have some sort of psychic ability or something?
Everything else you said I have already pretty much said something that acts as a good response to it in other posts.

*DISCLAIMER*
DO NOT answer that question. I just had to put it here in case you couldn't realize that it was a rhetorical question ;)
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"And what makes you think I don't read? Do you have some sort of psychic ability or something?" Actually I can tell that you don't read because what I stated was that "you don't bother reading the full comment", which is proven by your questions in that I never said "you don't read".

"Everything else you said I have already pretty much said something that acts as a good response to it in other posts." Except 90% of that post you replied to, which was your complaint about me when I decided not to respond to your nonsense.

"*DISCLAIMER*
DO NOT answer that question. I just had to put it here in case you couldn't realize that it was a rhetorical question ;)" Oh I will respond to it just to prove that you are an idiot that refuses to read comments completely and twist comments to state whatever they want. Plus if I don't respond to it, you will just state that I didn't respond to your full post.
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So responding to something to proves I'm an idiot? Think about that sentence and then decide who's an idiot.
And you're the one who's twisting sentences, not me.
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So you ignore nearly everything I said and instead nitpick about my accidental slip-up with the last two sentences. That just proves you don't have anything meaningful to respond with to my actual main points, and since you can't say anything meaningful, this conversation is over.

Goodbye, and have a nice day :)
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If there was anything worth replying to on the rest of what you stated, then I originally would have. Just because someone only comments about one part of your comment doesn't mean they ignored anything. It just means that your points were pointless because you didn't understand the original intent of what I stated.

You can't prove that nothing I have stated wasn't meaningful, as you can't even understand anything that I have stated. You only read partial comments and twist things to say only what you want them to say. So you are not running because I can't say anything meaningful, you are running because you know that I am right and can't refute any of my statements.
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Good Lord, you people are funny.

Cause yeah, it takes a substantial amount of time to slap some meat, cheese and lettuce on bread for a lunch. Although, the internet thing was a little too far, i'm sure people do actually do that.
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Gena be quiet your wrong ok u replied,to the wring comment and are really stupid
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Yea she meant to reply to me :/ lol she thought u were me what a idiot
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let me quick edit that no you can't make the exact same unless you have their recipe :/
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Well I kinda understand the frustration because I know people getting barely 8 an hr who always get it right. Then again, u gotta realize that any restaurant can get super busy and you don't know what is going on in the kitchen part. Also, thanks to the people in the comment argument. Gave me something to eat popcorn to.
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I know people getting barely 8 an hour who would rather not be there, get everything wrong, don't really care, expand their breaks by half an hour, and have no real desire to do anything better. The difference is the people who actually work hard should be promoted, while the lazy people fall by the wayside. raising everyone's salary sucks in general, cause then businesses, fire, close down or adapt. And thats a bit worse than 8 an hour.
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