Cooking Curry Outside

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In the Filipino culture cooking outside wards off evils spirits. Syke! It doesn’t do any of that. We cook outside so our clothes don’t smell like buffet meatloaf. Seriously, imagine going to the club smelling exactly like buffet meatloaf, wack ass macaroni and old ass fruit salad all in one sniff. One reason not to cook outside is to avoid your next door neighbor. Not because your neighbor isn’t a cool person, but because the neighbor’s wife doesn’t cook and when he sees you cook it reminds him that his wife doesn’t cook so he goes into the room where his wife is not cooking in and punches her square in the retina.

But really, in the Filipino culture we don’t sleep on a full stomach because it’s a superstition that you will get nightmares. Also, most of our gay barbers are named Jojo. K-Ci and JoJo…best RnB duo ever.

In addition to what I said above, this is pretty cool:

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