February 21st 2014 No comments yet
My first car was a bright purple 1997 Jeep Cherokee that was almost 10 years old when I got it. She had her fair share of dings and a transmission that made it kick like a mule the first time you hit the accelerator pedal in the morning. But the engine purred happily every time you turned the key. It wasn’t pretty, it wasn’t fast, and it certainly wasn’t helping my image with the ladies, but it was there when I needed it.
My beloved Jeep wasn’t about appearances. …
February 14th 2014 No comments yet
Valentine’s Day is the New York Yankees of holidays because neutrality is impossible, you love it or you despise its very existence. Single folks like myself will spend the day ordering an entire meat-lovers pizza while popping in the most unromantic movie they can find, like The Wedding Planner (Ha! Burn J-Lo!). It really shouldn’t be that way, but if I wasn’t willingly driving to Houston on Valentine’s Day (gross, I know), that’s close to what I would probably do, minus The Wedding Planner.
In seemingly unrelated news, …
January 17th 2014 No comments yet
I am a perfectly capable cook, but I am usually just too lazy to put forth the effort. I am a simple man with simple tastes and sticking a turkey sandwich in the panini maker is usually more than enough to keep me happy for dinner. When I do cook, my go-to is the crock-pot. Throw some food in, flip it on, and forget about it for a few hours. If there is a more bachelor way to cook outside of roasting meat on a stick above an open …
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