How to Make Loneliness (Serves 1)
Crush fresh melancholy with a pestle dusted with self doubt until a paste forms. If paste is too watery, add more self doubt until desired consistency.
In a small bowl, whisk your favorite sad melodies vinaigrette with two handfuls of uninterrupted time.
Add paste to small bowl in increments. Whisk until thoroughly co(nfused)mbined.
Spread dressing onto slice of your favorite toasted regret.
Eat while warm or chill in your cold heart to save for later.
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Average reader rating 4.67/5
Something like molasses, yes
- #1742 Posted 6 years ago
Hmmm, yes. Excellent image there.
- #1744 Posted 6 years ago
Lovely recipe. As the parent of young children, though, I am finding it hard to source uninterrupted time.
- #1747 Posted 6 years ago
- 5 out of 5
My suggestion is very late at night, or frighteningly early in the morning. Both choices are less than optimal.
- #1748 Posted 6 years ago
We should swap recipes, I think. I'll try yours soon for a change of flavor. :D
- #1759 Posted 6 years ago
- 5 out of 5
I LOVE extended food metaphors! This is lovely.
- #1764 Posted 6 years ago
Mighty-Joe Young LOA
This was great i know there is a challenge in here somewhere.
- #1765 Posted 6 years ago
- 4 out of 5
Thank you all! ^.^
- #1776 Posted 6 years ago
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I can't help but think that loneliness is a slightly oozing result of bad decisions. Lest it become overwhelming, mix well with alcohol and/or self-pity and drink regularly.