Ive never felt like they give enough info to recreate them but I sure love the show.
Oh it is. Its in Japanese with subtitles. Its honestly one of the best shows on Netflix.
I have been watching Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories on Netflix and recreating the dishes. The Ham Katsu is one of my favorites, so far.
“She was seeing someone who claimed to have multiple personalities, one was a wolf, another a dragon, and the list goes on”
I am so sorry he did this to you. This is terrible.
Good grief. Asshole, he was.
She justified her actions because they are her twin soul and they’ll spend the next hundred lifetimes together.
Your ex is an extra terrible person for making you associate a break-up with garlic butter. I could not live without garlic butter, especially spicy Cajun.
The only place that held any specific negative feelings for me (not an ex, but a particular person nevertheless) has been bulldozed and had nice new things built on the site, so I'm good.
Fuuuuuuck that guy
My ex and I would take fairly frequent trips to this amazing bed and breakfast, with a phenomenal little restaurant, and little cabins you could choose to stay in. It was super romantic. One cabin had a wall where people would stick their used wine corks (there’s a cork there with our initials). Read more
There was a diner in the last town I lived in that I loved so much I wouldn’t take men there for exactly this reason. I was once harassed by a drunk there. I just moved and kept eating (while the staff called the cops, who actually arrested him for trespassing.) They found two dead bodies there and I kept going. I… Read more
The apartment where I live, Disney World, New Orleans, those home Depot stores, the stupid church that’s on front of the library where my kids usually go after school, actually that one is fine because I don’t practice any religion, it’s just the fact that I remember things like he hit me in this place, he told me he… Read more
Back when I lived in Minnesota, I used to love this place called Cajun Deli. It’s this little place in a strip mall that does Viet-Cajun style seafood boils, and it’s great. Went for the first time with my now-ex. And she broke up with me, over the phone, as I was standing outside of it, my hands stinking of spicy… Read more