Had a Weird Dream

So I was talking to some random people, and then suddenly this random girl came up. I guess I said something bad or something…? She said something in bitter rage. Without a sound, she took out a knife.

At that moment, one would freeze and the next thing they know, a knife is in their kidney.

But for me, it was different. My reaction to it was immediately kicked her in the stomach.

After that, I woke up and I just thought to myself, “What the hell was that?” ._.

 

Just shows how anti-climatic I am. Lol.

It Ain’t Nothin’ Special l Chicken Breast… Steak?

I don’t got no name for this because I just made it out of a whim. So I was hungry at night and t’was searching around for some kind of chicken breast recipe because I still had a lot of chicken breast. What inspired me was the fact that there was a recipe that involved mayonnaise. So I thought, “Hey! I have mayonnaise! Why not try that one?” Then I looked at the rest of the ingredients and found out that I don’t have them. Oh, well.

Ingredients:

  • Mayonnaise
  • Butter (soften)
  • Chicken breast
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Lime (or lemon)

Steps:

  1. Get out the mayonnaise and butter. Scoop out about 3 – 4 tablespoon of mayonnaise (or to your liking) into the bowl. Get a half a stick of butter (softened) and add that into the bowl. Mix those together (me at first: “Eeewwww!”).
  2. Get out the chicken breast and cut it any way you want or not cut it at all. I cut it in half longitude wise (and pretended that it was a steak). Place the chicken in the bowl and mix them. And if you want, you can keep it like that for about six hours before cooking it.
  3. Heat up the pan, pour in a bit of vegetable/olive oil. Add in the mayonnaise-butter covered chicken breast.
  4. Fry it until it’s light/dark brown. Remember to check the inside (because I totally forgot too and am now hoping that I don’t get sick from it).
  5. After it’s done bring the chicken breast out onto a plate (or bowl).
  6. Sprinkle salt and pepper on it.
  7. As a finishing touch, squeeze some lime/lemon on the chicken breast.

If you want, put on some of dem greens if you want to. You know… basil

This taste fine to me and that’s why I’m recording it here so I can remember what the hell I did. I ate this with nothing else, but my brother said I should eat it with rice. I didn’t because I was too lazy to get me rice. Maybe I’ll post pictures one day… when I have some kind of camera that I can connect to my computer.

It Ain’t Nothin’ Special l Cajun Chicken Alfredo

I just made cajun chicken alfredo, and I thought I might as well write on how I made it so I could remember the next time I made it. Yep. It ain’t nothing special, especially for someone like me. Yeah, I can’t cook for shit.

Ingredients:

  • 1 – 2 boneless, skinless chicken breast
  • Roma tomato (or red bell pepper, or sun-dried tomato, or any other red looking vegetable)
  • 1 cup of heavy cream
  • Salt and pepper
  • Parmasean cheese
  • Oil (olive, vegetable, etc.)
  • Half a stick of butter
  • Basil
  • Cajun seasoning
  • 6 ounces Fettucine

Steps:

  1. Start heating up the water. When it comes to the water starts boiling put in the fettucine.
  2. While that happens, get out the chicken breast (remember to clean it) and dice it (or just cut it whatever way you want with your chicken). Place the cut chicken in a bowl and put enough cajun seasoning to cover all of the chicken. Mix them together.
  3. Cut the tomato/bell pepper in half and take out the inside. After that, dice it up.
  4. Take out the fettucine when it’s soft.
  5. Get out a pan (preferrably a large one), turn the heat on to high, and put in a bit of olive/vegetable oil. Pour in the cajun-covered chicken breast and cook it until it’s light brown.
  6. Add in the tomato/bell pepper.
  7. Add in a cup of heavy cream.
  8. Add in a half stick of butter and move it around until it melts.
  9. Change the heat to low.
  10. Keep it low until the sauce thickens.
  11. Turn off when it’s finished. Add in parmesean cheese, basil, and salt and pepper into the sauce.
  12. Now that you’re done with everything, just mix them together and bam! Ya got ya cajun chicken alfredo!

Servings: Possibly 4 (lol)

So yeah. I need to add in a bit of a kick to this, I just wonder what… (psstt… try adding some chili)

Pondering

It’s been a day or two since my brain finally realized that the girl isn’t exactly blond. By the way, I don’t understand the difference between the word blond and blonde. Is there even a difference? I’m superficial and I do like blondes a lot better. I mean, I don’t think her hair would be black on the top, including her roots, and blond towards the bottom. Unless her hair is magical, in which I am amazed.

Like I’ve said before, her hair color is in a war with each other. Sometimes if she dyes it or something like that. Then again, she would somehow [undye] it for a few days and then dye it blond again. Which is pretty frickin’ stupid I tell you. I don’t know how dyeing works since I’ve never done it before. Huh… ._.

Okay, I’m going back to the fact that her hair is magic. MAGIC I TELL YOU! MAGIC!

Creeping

So today my school went into a lock down because they thought that somebody with a gun was near our school. Turns out, it was actually just a car backfiriing. Woo. There went my one chance of excitement.

Anyways, so I was talking about that blonde whom I appear to grow a crush for, which is weird. I’ve come to realize that she isn’t technically blond since her roots aren’t blond, they’re black. Somehow… I should be disappointed, and I am. Yet my mind is forcing that reality back and is trying to make me think that her hair is magical still. It’s like my mind wants me to keep my focus on her still, even though it knows that I’m very superficial.

Today (lol) was weird. During fourth period, I noticed that she was staring at me, and I couldn’t help but to look back. I was trying very hard not to, but it got the best of me. She creeped me out… I was supposed to be the one doing that! How dare she! I think she caught on to me creepily staring at her, and I guess it’s kind of my fault for obviously doing it. I don’t know if I’m deaf or not, but I think I heard her say something about me being a creeper. And that makes me feel sad.

I told my friend about that situation and she said that she “liked” me. The only problem with this is that my friend doesn’t even know who this girl is and her behavior. Trust me on this, we [probably] have nothing in common. Then again, I do get along well with people who I don’t share things in common with, it’s just that I have difficulty starting a conversation. That’s always the cause, huh? I don’t know what I meant by that.

I don’t like getting my hopes up because that’s what I’ve been doing all these years. I have expectations of something, it goes the other way, and once again I’m dissatisfied. I’m too shy to approach strangers and I always imagine the terrible things that might happen if I did. So I’m hoping this small little crush goes away soon. Maybe it’ll make this year go a lot quicker.

 

If you guys must know, her name is Justis (pronounced Justice). Her writing is terrible, maybe even worst that mine.