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Eugene is like when my moms says Eugene she usually garbs the rice scoop..
Eugene’s mom: EUGENE!
Eugene: *oh no*
Eugene’s mom : *grabs rice scoop and slaps it in her hand*
That’s when you know you’re REALLY in trouble
As a Korean American here are some homecooked things people should eat (including the food they tried to cook, but some of these aren't vegan/vegetarian friendly, sorry. Also I romanized a few myself because I can't write in Korean): soon doobu (soft tofu soup, it's usually quite spicy), deongjang-jigae (just bean soup with tofu), sangyopsal (it's like bacon but better), intestines (it's super chewy though), and bibimbab (just a bunch of random vegies mixed with rice and gochujang and sometimes an egg).
From my experience learning Asian languages there are very few words with the "L" sound so it's not a natural tongue movement. Kind of like how Spanish speakers can do the "rr" and "ñ" sounds but native English only speakers have trouble with it. You also see noticibly different tongue placement in languages like Russian and Celtic. So you end up with odd sounding words.
My mother didn't cook but my grandma's would have been so mad if I wasted food like that. The few accidental drops I had with food came when dad was teaching me how to cook something new and my fingers slipped and dad caught the food before it hit floor you never seen 300+ lbs man move so fast. And while I nearly dropped noodle pot once at point dad was officially single dad when I was teenager and my arm was in cast. I realized it wasn't going to happen so told next in line sis and to drain it. I do now as disability has gotten worse accidetally drop things but I never waste food. I was taught to respect food.
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