Nuking a “Hungry” HamsterPosted: October 24, 2013
the other day i had to stop at the exchange to get some beer. my girl stacy was working so i stopped be her section to
stare at her tits talk with her for a while. i let slip that i had some left over italian sausage with peppers and onion over penne pasta.
she stared blankly at me for about a minute and she said, “well, i have a bowl so you need to let me try it. you can’t mention you cooked and have some left over and expect to not share.”
fair enough. she knows i cook and she’s always been cool so i’ve broken her off with my vittles before. i walked to my car and grabbed the pan. i walked back to her area in the NEX and she jumped up and down in excitement. as she prepared her bowl, one of her co-workers approached and asked what Stacy was noshing on. Stacy told her it was something i had cooked and this woman, whom i’ve NEVER met, talked to, or interacted with, informed her (Stacy) she was going to grab a plate.
i asked her what made her think i was willing to offer her a plate. she looked at me blankly as i told her she couldn’t partake in my italian sausage yumminess. and get this, she actually seemed genuinely offended. as she walked off she was going on about how “rude” i was.
she calls it rude, i call it not being a doormat. before she walked off i told her what i tell all women who ASSUME i’ll share my treats with them, “i feed 3 women: good friends, family, and women i see naked on a frequent basis. you’re no where in that line-up”.
i know you might be wondering, so YES….she was relatively cute. i’m pretty sure she’s used to white-knights attending to her every whim. she no longer appreciates it, she EXPECTS it.
but just the very fact she ASSUMED she could have some of MY food is pretty fucking amazing how warped some women’s sense of entitlement has become. i quit giving a fuck about responding politely a looooong time ago. my inner asshole is always just beneath the surface. to be honest-
i like having moments like this. lol.
this is da ‘bidness”. And it’s easy. chop up one small onion and one bell pepper. sauté for about 5 minutes over medium heat. Add one large can of San Marzano tomatos and bring to a boil. lower heat, add about 2 TBS sea salt, and 1cup fresh basil leaves. simmer for 30 minutes. add sliced Italian sausage (I use spicy), cover and cook over low hear for 30 minutes. uncover and cook over low for one hour and let it reduce. pour mixture over 1 box cooked penne. add mozzarella and place under a broiler for 5 minutes to melt cheese. crushed red pepper optional, I like mine a tad spicy. enjoy.