I pray that nobody outside his family has to try his cooking. We don't need an epidemic.Thanks, Jack. That's nice. Now act like a Christian instead of larping one. He really is one big (lol) stereotype of your typical born again Bible thumper who's never actually read the Bible, but is full to the gill with thoughts and prayers. Pray for yourself, Jack. You need it more than I need the prayers of a pseudo-Christian.
I mean, what did he expect?He was so butthurt that he lost. That video is a gem.
If you think that's a shelf butt you haven't seen anything yet. I present to you Amber Lynn Reid in all her shelfy gloryI could probably sit on Big T's ass cheeks, she gained soo much weight she deserves her own attraction at jurassic park. This gives me dangerous photoshop ideas.
I think Amber Lynn is on another level
and of course he liked it. just like he did with the $1 ribeyes
Cooking with Dunning Kruger.I mean, what did he expect?
He went to that Texas investor show bragging about "the best BBQ sauce you'll ever taste" and he didn't even know how to barbeque. This is all he does. He considers himself a food expert and an amazing chef, but he's unable to see through his own incompetence.
He managed to overcook and undercook the thinnest pork chop ever and blame it on the store. And as fat as he is he still can't grasp the concept of a thin cut. Maybe just maybe these were made to be put in sandwiches or tacos and ment to be cooked fast.
I thought it was a Wolfe pit YouTube episode and clicked on it by accident as the wolf pit describes the dollar tree as his 'playground'. Thing is, that guy, even with his fucked up body, is still a better cook than Scalfani. He does irony reviews and then does his real cooking videos.and of course he liked it. just like he did with the $1 ribeyes
i remember watching a handful of other youtubers review the $1 ribeyes from dollar tree and jack was the only one who not only said he liked it, but actually ate the whole thing