Things Only People Who Can't Cook Understand
Start writing a post

Things Only People Who Can't Cook Understand

Some of us just weren't made to cook

Things Only People Who Can't Cook Understand

If you aren't the best in the kitchen, you can probably relate. No matter how much you may want to cook something, it just isn't in your DNA to make something edible.

1. You can watch an endless amount of Tasty videos, but will never be able to actually make them.

2. You are genuinely scared for when you have to live on your own.

3. Take-out is a daily occurrence.

4. Eggs tend to be your specialty.

5. Being a chef is not in your future.

6. You don’t even bother learning how to make things because you ultimately know you will end up burning it.

7. Your cookies are simply burnt crisps on a cookie sheet.

8. When you do make cookies, it's from the Nestle Tollhouse tub of cookie dough and you end up eating more than you actually make.

9. Nothing you make is ever homemade.

10. Pre-made dinners save your life.

11. People get secretly nervous when you tell them you’ll make dinner.

12. When having people over, they already know they’ll be having a pizza for dinner.

13. Lunchables are a five course meal.

14. Grilled cheese is gourmet.

15. You've probably set something on fire before.

16. Using an oven is something you try to stay away from.

17. Turning on the burner is the scariest part.

18. Forgetting pasta doubles in size when cooked, so your small pot suddenly completely overflows.

19. Don't even let me try to boil water.

20. When you do successfully make something, your family marks the day down on the calendar.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

10 Holiday Drinks to Spice Up this December's Movie Binge

After all, isn't it the season of drinking...?

10 Holiday Drinks to Spice Up this December's Movie Binge

Thanksgiving has officially ended which means we are in preparation for the final holidays of the year. December is a busy month, filled with shopping and sales, wrapping gifts, planning family gathering and parties, cooking and baking, holiday movies, and of course, lots of drinking. I know that I will be spending a lot of December watching the ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas,

Keep Reading... Show less

Planning Another Christmas Party

Don't just plan another plain party but get creative to have everyone wanting to come back next year!

Getty Famous

You know it's Christmas when the radio stations change to all of your favorite holiday tunes, the air is still, and stores have the best sales. With all my favorite things from Christmas happening my least favorite probably has to be when I have to go to another same old boring Christmas party that I get invited to every year. Here are some Christmas party ideas so that you won't have another sad Christmas party.

Keep Reading... Show less

High School Soccer is Wildly Important

For Young Players Who Want to Succeed at The Next Level

High School Soccer is Wildly Important

Whose choice is it? The parent? The player? There are a number of reasons that a kid may sit out of high school soccer, and to be completely honest; It is a huge mistake. High school soccer is the final piece in the puzzle that takes a player from above average or elite, to college ready by the end of their senior year. Every year thousands of talented athletes don't play for their high schools. Why though?

Keep Reading... Show less

8 Things That Should Be On Everyone's Holiday To-Do List

December is around the corner, are you ready?

8 Things That Should Be On Everyone's Holiday To-Do List

As they tend to say, its the most wonderful time of the year! People have begun to compile their Christmas to-do lists in anticipation for the season of sugarplums and gingerbread.

The history of the Christmas to-do lists goes back hundreds of years, almost as old as the holiday itself, however, people tend to fall out of this habit as they get older. This is unfortunate, as the theme of Christmas tradition can add bundles of the spirit of joy to your families.

Keep Reading... Show less

Fall Weather Must-Haves

Put away the swim suits and your favorite high-waisted shorts!


The transitional months of fall can cause some fashion headaches as you try to figure out what clothing to keep in your closet. With limited amount of college living space and the ever-unpredictable Nebraska weather, sometimes it’s difficult to know what should be taking up that precious closet space as you transition into winter. As you pack away those tanks and shorts for the chilly months ahead, get your closet ready with a few Fall must-haves. 

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments