Hot Chick Attempts To Grill Food And Documents Her Complete Failure

The summer BBQ season is hitting full swing and one girl Snapchatted her brave attempt at making a few burgers. She wanted to document her “first time” grilling and decided to go at it slow. This was her attempt at showing the world that “girls can grill.” Sadly for the ladies, she seems to have set back this feminist agenda a few decades.

Weirdly when the “kitchen” gets moved outside to the back patio, suddenly that becomes “man’s work.”  I’ve never really understood this but it seems to be one of those universal truths that we aren’t supposed to talk about. Maybe the filthy charcoal and open flame are just such a raw, primal way of cooking dead animal flesh that men and women revert to ancestral ways of life?

While her attempt at grilling is kind of sad, I will give her this. Charcoal is a pain in the ass. Unless you are grilling in a national park in the western drought ridden portion of America where the chance of a hot coal landing on some bristly, brown tumbleweed could ignite a scorching brush fire. The danger of preparing a meal when at any moment it could accidently cause acres of forest land to go up in smoke will heighten the taste of your meat. Trust me.

Tiny burger nuggets are the worst! I have to eat like five of these, but on the flipside I get to feel like Jughead from those old Archie comics plowing through a stack of burgers. This was clearly her fault for not throwing enough meat on the grill. Every man knows you have to buy enough dead cow to cover a full grown vegan from head to toe, should the occasion arise.

OK, so she failed, as to be expected. You don’t see guys trying to bring out a tray of iced tea to the patio, do you? Which brings us to the Break Poll:

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