r/antiwork Jan 14 '22 Silver 5 Helpful 16 Wholesome 10

So sorry, I'm broke so I can only pay you $77 for my food. You were great though.

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u/LR_today Jan 15 '22

How many people is that for (I assume 4)? I was lucky growing up my parents and brother always left stuff for everyone else, friends would come over and be like "did you know there's chocolate bars on the kitchen counter??? Eat them before your brother gets home!!" 😆 Meanwhile they had been sitting there for a week because my extremely considerate family wanted to make sure everyone got one.

It got so bad that stuff would expire lol


u/SquareAsparagus1028 Jan 15 '22

6… #7 on the way but too early to determine gender. They’re all under 10 years old so I’m counting my blessings cause they’re still considered cheap to maintain, when they’re teens I’m sure I’ll be panhandling lol, and man do these kids eat fast as hell, they’ll scoff a whole whopper in under 2 mins cause if you leave your burger unattended… toppings will go missing like pickles, onions and tomatoes


u/EmploymentAbject4019 Jan 15 '22

Definitely must learn to love the reasonable staples. Rice, beans, potatoes, onions, cabbage, bell peppers. Garlic noodles. Good luck out there


u/SquareAsparagus1028 Jan 15 '22

Also pasta, chicken and sea food, dairy products up the wazoo too. Not a lot of red meat primarily because none of kids nor wife like red meat, only me which is good cause red meat is an expensive bill if all 7 of us demanded to eat it every day