5 Tips on Cooking for One | CH Shorts

5 Tips on Cooking for One | CH Shorts

(chiming) – Hey, guys. Grant, here. If you’re single like me, you might have tough time cooking or grocery shopping without throwing away a ton of food. You might also have a Peter Pan Complex and the feeling that no one loves you because deep down, you don’t deserve it. Here are five tips to
help with the first thing. (chiming) The first thing I
recommend for single people is to skip cooking all together. Get take out. It really cuts down on the sad factor of standing over a small burner alone. Um, Grant, I’m single but I like cooking. You’re lying to yourself. The only people who like cooking are the ones with someone to cook for. That ain’t you, Buster, and at this rate, it might never be. (cork popping) Sometimes getting take out just isn’t practical. On those nights, I like to call in the Navy. Captain Crunch and Captain Morgan. The breakfast cereal’s an
inexpensive source of carbs to fill your stomach but not your soul and alcohol will put you to sleep so you can stop feeling this way. Now, doctors say alcohol’s a depressant but those know-it-alls
don’t know real depression. They probably all have kids and houses. (cork popping) From time to time, you gotta fire up the
oven and make a lasagna, the way mom used to make. It has all the carby goodness of cereal and it smells like childhood. Remember that smell? Oh, God, you were so
happy then, weren’t you? You had so much potential. You hadn’t disappointed so many people, most of all yourself. When you’re done, go ahead and leave the
whole pan in the sink. Who’s gonna care? Please. Somebody care. (cork popping) I date. I do, I date a lot. Enough anyway. It doesn’t work out and I tell myself it wasn’t the right person but I don’t know. Could it be that I don’t want someone who wants me because what kind of person would want me? Therapist. I can’t afford a therapist. I have student loans. That’s another thing. Why would anyone date someone who’s so fucking broke all the time? Why, would I inflict myself on someone else? Ah, yeah. Don’t buy too much. (cork popping) (chiming) (popping) (popping) (popping) (popping) (upbeat instrumental music) Fuck. (heartbeat) Hey, it’s Grant from College Humor. Click here to subscribe to the channel. Click here for more fun stuff. Sorry, you guys. It feels like I’m out. Am I out? ‘Cause I can like, I can see the top of the camera so it’s- Is this better? Alright, it feels worse. Okay, thanks for watching.

31 thoughts on “5 Tips on Cooking for One | CH Shorts”

  1. At least you got your looks, I can't even say that… granted the one time I was asked out I found out it was a dare and I'm not sure to be upset by the fact it was a dare or that I believe it for fifteen minutes, realized that women never ask guys out and then did some snooping to find out that it was a dare

  2. I’m marrying someone with like 200,000+ student loan debt. It’s not inflicting yourself on someone if you love them tho

  3. Hey single ppl, stop. Quit blaming yourself and modern life and social media for your lack of human interaction and social gratification, stop. You've all grown up in a world where (supposedly) EVERYONE is special and unique and ur obviously not, stop. If u r lucky enough to be given life, quit forsaking it and make life ur bitch, stop. (If I really need to say it again) this world doesn't owe u a God damn, mother cunting thing…stop. go build your own life

  4. Don't forget to put your radio in the other room and tune it to Talk Radio. That way, when you do your cooking, it sounds like there are other people in the house and you can pretend you are cooking for them.

  5. I'm single and I do like cooking for myself. Cooking for others I also like, but I enjoy it less because I feel responsible for their health and I also don't know if they'll like my cooking.

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