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Deal Breakers

  • Published on Jan 11, 2022 veröffentlicht

  • another deal breaker: people who like chocolate chip banana bread over regular-- you heard me

    3 very ripe bananas
    ½ cup melted unsalted butter
    2 tbsp neutral oil
    ½ cup granulated sugar
    ¼ cup greek yogurt / sour cream / or cream cheese
    2 eggs
    ¼ cup coffee liquor

    2 cups AP flour
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 teaspoon kosher salt

    2 tbsp turbinado sugar for toppings
    ¼ cup crushed pecans for toppings

    Bake at 350F for 50 minutes
    Make sure to grease a 9 x 5 inch loaf pan with butter or nonstick spray

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Comments • 7 399

  • Doobydobap
    Doobydobap  14 days ago +4

    What's your deal breaker?!??! 💔 💔 💔

  • Bribe
    Bribe 14 days ago +10

    in a partner, i look for someone who's emotionally mature and kind and caring, and someone who i can rely on just as much as they rely on me. i would like to be able to have conversations with them and be able to deeply understand each other

  • GuidedOne
    GuidedOne 14 hours ago +112

    I don’t think she know what “working class” or “make ends meet” actually means.

  • Valor Kurzatx
    Valor Kurzatx 16 hours ago +320

    Every rich and privileged kid ever: "We all were rich as hell but I was poorest of my classmates"

  • Anton Msk
    Anton Msk 16 hours ago +279

    I’m sorry but how can you reasonably say you’re working class whilst admitting you went to boarding school and had college paid for by your parents?

  • DotDot
    DotDot 12 hours ago +93

    “It’s SO hard being rich and having my parents pay for my school. I can’t even tell which of my many suitors has work ethic. Because none of them work. Because I don’t date out of my class. I don’t want them to ACTUALLY have to work. I just want the ethic.” 🙄

  • Twiistz
    Twiistz Day ago +3

    Going to work daily doesn’t make you “working class”. Working class means you have nothing to sell but your labor.

  • Victoria Ashley
    Victoria Ashley 19 hours ago +198

    I don't really like the vibe here. First off, you aren't working class just because your parents have jobs. Your parents could be doctors, politicians, engineers, executives, etc., and while they work, they make a good amount of money to live comfortably. Working class to me at least is someone who doesn't work for the best wages and lives almost pay check to pay check. They do what they have to do to survive and they have to struggle to make ends meet. Second, I feel like you're making an over generalization of "go-getters" and people who work hard. When someone isn't handed everything to them and when they're not born with a silver spoon in their mouth, they have to work their ass off. No one else will pay their bills or take care of them, so of course they have to be focused on what they're doing. Now, I understand the toxicity of things like hustle culture, but it seems like you're not even critiquing that. I know it's your video, but this commentary is a bit tone deaf and it just doesn't make much sense. If someone's not making enough time for you, that's not really entirely an issue of class. If your SO refuses to spend time with you at all then of course that's an issue, but if someone has to work on the weekends because of their job, that's totally different. Either way, no one is going to hang out with their SO 100% of the time anyway because that's not healthy.

  • Aisha
    Aisha 9 hours ago +46

    “my classmates came from a privileged background including myself, but my parents were still working class” wait what💀

  • Overdosed Mia Wallace
    Overdosed Mia Wallace 19 hours ago +142

    Lol, i really like your food vids it's just the whole life advice seems so condescending, we don't need a lecture every time a privileged person turns on the oven ya know

  • Can't_snap
    Can't_snap 16 hours ago +264

    "I'm from a privileged background but my parents are working class" Pick one.

  • CaragBTW
    CaragBTW 14 days ago +4

    Those banana cakes are looking fire i swear

  • TheAsianVillain
    TheAsianVillain 14 hours ago +55

    Moral of the story: "I want that. No, wait, that! Nevermind. I want that instead."

  • yoosh
    yoosh 7 hours ago +70

    How privileged do you have to be to think that “working class” means people who have to work every day? Holy shit lmao.

  • Robert Valenzuela
    Robert Valenzuela 16 hours ago +85

    She's complaining about how she doesn't even know what she really likes or wants.....sounds like a deal breaker!!😆 FYI the "working class" can't afford to send their kids to private school 🙃

  • pixie
    pixie 12 hours ago +32

    From what I've heard she went to an Ivy League school where tuition is ab $60 000 a year. The median american household income is around 60-70 K a year. So, no, your parents going to work everyday to be able to pay your tuition is not working class. (PS I am not trying to be shitty towards her. I genuinely enjoy her content but she needs to realize she comes from a place of privilege and that just because others have it better doesn't neccesarily mean she has it particularly bad)

  • Ash
    Ash 14 days ago +6

    I think when it comes to dating, people need to focus more on seeking virtue and shared values rather than what just makes them feel good

  • EveryMinuteAsuckerISborn
    EveryMinuteAsuckerISborn 19 hours ago +245

    She wants a deer that looks, sounds and pretends to hunt like a lion.

  • Roald Kamman
    Roald Kamman 16 hours ago +31

    I love driven people. I am myself. So is my wife. But we’ve also been through enough shit early in life to have some sense of humility. Best trait to find in people is a willingness to continuously improve themselves and an open heart that understands that feedback comes from love. The trait openness in general is great because we have to rebuild our perspective and how we see things in life continuously.

  • Zojiro
    Zojiro 12 hours ago +90

    First off, that looks delicious. And second I can relate but on the other end. I'm an ambitious person and worked hard to get where I am and still wanting more but my ex's always demanded more of me. Mostly financially and then one sided "favors". I was not only expected to provide but clean, cook, and transport at their call; regardless of schedule. If I asked even for a nap, it was seen as an act of laziness or a personal attack on them.