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Me: wrote a candy making safety guide for complete beginners that emphasised on the potential for severe burns, that's been faved, reblogged, and archived more than 2000 times.

Also me: yeah I can figure out if fudge is ready for beating by feeling how much it burns back of my hand by dropping a drip on myself. (DON'T DO THIS. IT'S 105 - 110 CELSIUS DEGREES)

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The Great Ace Attorney spoiler: 2-5 

I can't deal with Iris's whiplash of fluctuating mental age. What is her actual problem. What is the writer's actual problem.

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The Great Ace Attorney spoiler: 2-5 

They call it student exchange but really it's an assassin exchange. All rather logical when you think about it.

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The Great Ace Attorney spoiler: 2-5 

"I found it's incomprehensible that someone who carries a weapon everywhere, including into the courthouse, might be a bit homicidal.'

The Great Ace Attorney characters, appa

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The Great Ace Attorney spoiler: 2-5 

Knowing that Mikotoba is a skilled tap dancer made my day.

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I will happily spend 8 hours baking four sourdoughs, make two batches of successful fudge, one patch of trashcan fucked up fudge, and a boxful of hawthorn chewy lollies. But dinner? Eating feels like too much effort and I'm lazy. Pass.

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Update. The attempt of fudge making without a thermometer is completely nope. Instead of softball stage, I got to the softball stage. Which was the wrong stage apparently despite of being the same stage ????

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I'm sure you all read this account to know what a wonderful genius I am so here.

I intentionally bought a thermometer without battery, because I find the digital candy thermometers are unreliable af. Take a wild guess how long it took me to smash it. Hint, less than twelve hours.

Now to look for a candy thermometer without battery but also without glass parts.

I'm still thinking about this. So Jorts has a pretty big Twitter following now, and is doing good work promoting unions and stuff; but I feel that Jean is being left behind. She never had a twitter, but also based on the AITA I'm pretty convinced that Jean is the only well adjusted staff in that entire office. So of course she's ignored.

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Thinking about getting back to cosplay again. This is still my idea of peak cosplay

Back in my days, when I say coke I mean cocaine. (Untrue, I'm old enough that sugary drinks were rich people food, but not actually that old)

((Or am I))

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I'm pretty convinced that it's also a major home cooking thing in china these days but hey, I'm old AF and in my days coke was still reserved for rich people.

And egg fried tomatoes/tomatoes fried eggs too, the sweet/sour profile is non offensive to most, easily accessible ingredients, and most children start their cooking journey here. So why aren't they in more Chinese restaurants overseas?

(Yeah yeah I know coke are not part of true tradition tomatoes are not part of true tradition chickens

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I'm being super lenient on what I consider as "traditional food", in this context it is if >85% of people who are alive now can easily get this item as their daily life in their cultural context thing.

The one traditional Chinese dish that should be available in every non-veg western restaurant that isn't? Coke Chicken Wings. You don't get more international than Coco cola and chicken wings. All the ingredients are easily accessible. The flavour profile cater for most. Easily made.

The AA dilemma: I want to blast through it because I'm so bored with the core story, but almost every tangential conversation was more interesting so I still ended up taking it slowly anyway. It's better off without the main story.

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