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WhatTheFuckShouldIMakeForDinner.Com: The Answer To Life’s Everyday Question

Life is full of difficult decisions. Like, whether to buy Girls Gone Wild: Doggy Style featuring Snoop Dogg or Girls Gone Wild: Mardi Gras Edition featuring lots of beads…ahhh, too many choices!! Making an essential daily decision for us, so our lazy asses can focus on more important things (like college asses), WhatTheFuckShouldIMakeForDinner.com.

Functioning like a “Choose Your Own Adventure” cookbook, WTFSIMFD provides creative navigational prompts for both meat-eaters and veggies alike to aid them in leaving their indecisive selves behind. Simply visit the WTFSIMFD website and you’ll be greeted with options like “Lesson Your Mother’s Shame With Some Fucking Skilled-Baked Green Trout” or “Cure Your Mouth’s Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder With Some Fucking Flash-Fried Finger-Lickin’ Chicken.” If you don’t like the dish, click the “I Don’t Fucking Like That” link on the bottom of the page and you’ll be given another randomly generated choice, removing the need for any thinking on your part.

Other notable recipes include Crab and Salmon Cakes, Baked Potato with Indian-Cured Salmon, Steak Au Poivre, and Double-Dusted Fried Chicken. Once decided, simply click on the link and you’ll be redirected to the recipe, where it gives you helpful deets like the total cook time, skill level required, rating and cost.

WTFSIMFD also has a cookbook of the same title available on Amazon, as well as a popular Facebook page that provides daily musings on – you guessed it, what the fuck you should make for dinner.

So the next time you find yourself unable to decide between duck breast and chicken thigh, turn off Snoop inspecting the D-O Double Ds, and figure out whatthefuckyoushouldmakefordinner – and while you’re at it, whatthefuckyouaredoingwithyourlifeanyways.

Find a fucking recipe at WhatTheFuckShouldIMakeForDinner.Com

WhatTheFuckShouldIMakeForDinner.Com (Emailed January 18, 2012)


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