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tekashi
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Worst part of job hunting is calling a company and saying "uhhh yeah i really like your company but this other place pays twice this much"

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  • 2
    just shut up and come to Texas
  • 2
    @AleCx04 i like steak well done, how long do you think i would survive there
  • 5
    @ganjaman a well done steak is a travesty and damn near an abomination.
  • 4
    @tnuhb seems like i would survive for 13 minutes then
  • 7
    Are you kidding? That's the best part! 😁
  • 2
    @ganjaman maybe longer depending on how long you can avoid eating red meat
  • 5
    @tnuhb the joke is that you commented 13m after i mentioned well done steak
  • 5
    @ganjaman the actual joke is that you like well done steak
  • 4
    @tnuhb im gonna punch you in the knee
  • 6
    @ganjaman bring it sister
  • 4
    Don't you mean the best part? 🙂
  • 2
    @rutee07 @Root no because honestly itd be a better idea to work for a bigger company for less money but.... less money aint gonna buy me a vw passat w8
  • 2
    @ganjaman What strange world do you live in that smaller companies pay more? Let me join.
  • 1
    @Root in my experience they mostly do but i dont work in the usual kinda companies
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    i always thought the worst part of job hunting was just before this where you praying the company you wanna work at calls with an answer before the company you didnt really care that much for does.

    Especially when you know your a shoe-in for the company you don't care to work at while the one you do its a toss of a coin whether they buy the bullshit you fed them.

    Going through a bit of this right now actually
  • 0
    @ganjaman Ah, got it. I thought you liked both and the other one offered you more money.
  • 1
    @Root it takes all sorts of course, but there are companies that prefer quality over quantity, typically this mentality leads to small well paid teams that work their ass off.

    Flip side is the company going for quantity pays less, hires more and their ppl inevitably waste half of everyday bullshitting on social media.
  • 1
    I understood that worst thing about job hunting is asking people about how they like their steaks done.
  • 5
    The way to avoid eating well done steaks in Texas is to eat BBQ brisket, which the more Texan thing to do anyway. Meat should be slow cooked all day using mesquite to fuel the fire in the smoker. BBQ brisket, baked beans, a baked potato, Texas toast, and a few Shiners, and you'll fit in like a true Texan.
  • 2
    @ganjaman @iAmNaN is right man BBQ is the more Texan way of doing things.

    Of course getting used to a rare or medium rare steak would be preferable.
  • 1
    @iAmNaN @AleCx04 you guys throw that brisket and a little au jus seasonin in a crock pot all day and you'll be driftin over more toward my neck of the woods. Just don't come too far because everything starts turning into salt and flour 🙄
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    @M1sf3t @AleCx04 @iAmNaN Ditch the crockpot. Thin slices of steak, rubbed with seasoning, and sauteed in butter and bacon grease. Add to greens with hard boiled egg, cheese, hot sauce, etc. Makes an amazing salad.
  • 3
    @Root you westerners and your greens... Don't y'all live in a desert?

    Plants like a delicacy there or y'all just like them so much the ground can't keep up with the demand 😅
  • 2
    @M1sf3t So much better for you than a potato or some shape of wheat. 😋
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    @Root hey now don't hate on the potato, that's heritage.

    (Ok not really, just did a little fact checking and apparently the potato was imported from South America originally by the spanish, though it's disputed whether we got ours from them or from the english when they came to North America...

    Also another misconception it would seem is that the while the potato can be an ingredient found in the process of distilling the water of life, it is not essential. In fact, the original brews used only barley....

    ...and yes I've been sitting here for over an hour wandering around on the internet looking all this up. Bet y'all thought this was just exclusively a framework/language problem huh 🤦🏻‍♂️ )
  • 0
    @M1sf3t if you can find it, throw that brisket in the slow cooker with a bottle of Claude's marinade (a West Texas thing) and that makes some awesome brisket. BTW, don't all y'all eat rice in Mississippi?
  • 1
    @iAmNaN rice is more a Louisiana staple, about the only rice anyone eats around here is under a nice fattening helping of what-ever-meat-we-shot gravy.

    We do consume at Lot of sweet potatoes and fren, excuse me, freedom fries however. The only greens your going to find are collards and mustard though... boiled for quite a while with a large portion of salt pork of course.

    This is the rural areas at least, them city folk, they eat fancy, fried seafood or some generic steakhouse chain most of the time. 🙄

    Occasionally when someone really wants to impress a date they might up their game to one of the locally owned places, most of which adorn their menus with recipes from.... you guessed it, New Orleans.
  • 2
    @M1sf3t yall disgusting
  • 2
    @AleCx04 to my shame, I forgot the cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the "coup de grace." Your choice, blackberry, peach, apple, or blueberry. That right there will make you happily catatonic for a few hours.
  • 1
    @ganjaman ikr? Fortunately half of my family hail from around the irish bayou and the other have did quite a bit of work down there running power poles so cookouts and get togethers are not terrible.

    You just might not wanna stop by on a tuesday night for a quick meal.

    Of course don't let me oversell louisiana too much, you let the right coonass get a hold of the gumbo and your gonna have quite the variety of critters to add to your have-eaten list 😂
  • 3
    I love where this thread went. Now I'm hungry.
  • 3
    @rutee07 Right? I can't wait to see what kinda cobbler this turns out to be. I'm hoping for blackberry personally, but peach would be just as good.
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