Yep, it comes with the trade. Cooking makes your hands really rugged, its like Lumberjack tier ruggedness. Arms too, so many trays burnt em. Sure a burn hurts, but its now just an annoyance then searing pain of death. I literally can start a convo saying, well this burn is from a turkey, this burn is from a piece of salmon, oh and this one haha, that's from trying to flambe something...
Not yet, gonna go study from next year though. For now however I can say I'm intermediate, with a higher skill level then normal people going to learn it for their major. Most go for it here cause its the new thing on the block and the business is always popular, but I'm in it for the satisfaction it gives me.
I already have. c: But I'm not excessively stupid around fire. Well, most of the time, at least
How do yo know you won't come across a homeless person who is missing a limb?
Haha exactly. It isn't even 10:30 here, but I was up late, standing in the street to keep cars from running over an injured (dying) opossum. x
But what if I need a limb soon? Pfft whatever. D;
Well, he had already been hit when I came outside. So I just kept the cars away along with a family member. Poor little guy was all twisted and bloodied; wouldn't have survived, anyway. Some people we called came and took him away. They took him to some nearby woods and (humanely) killed him. Sounds cruel, but he was obviously in pain and dying.
Edit: Have to get off here now. I'll try to be around tomorrow.
Yeah, your time's up xD Or you could stay up and finish it but, that's no fun xD
Yes, let's shake on it (get it? you know, shake hands, limbs xD I'm stupid xD)
I do believe for animals I see no reason why not xD True, let's not let him suffer. So what religion are you? If any? xD
I'm scared to what is the "oddest thing you've shaken on" xD
Yeah, same here, but I'm devout so I go to church, pray, read the bible, stuff like that xD
Man's fate is like that of the animals; the same fate awaits them both: As one dies, so dies the other. All have the same breath, man has no advantage over the animal. Everything is meaningless. All go to the same place; all come from dust and to dust all return. Who knows if the spirit of man rises upward and if the spirit of the animal goes down into the earth?
Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? And not one of them is forgotten before God.