By Anonymous - 19/07/2015 05:05 - United States

Today, I spent hours cooking a big dinner for my parents for the first time. I guess I made the steak too rare, because when my dad cut into it, he said "Christ! This thing's practically alive!" and said a skilled vet could probably bring the cow it was cut from back to life. FML
I agree, your life sucks 24 077
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Is your dad Gordon Ramsey by any chance?

Lol! Ride it back into the kitchen and finish cooking it!

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Lol! Ride it back into the kitchen and finish cooking it!

Hunthas 17

Don't worry, I'm sure they will understand. Everyone makes mis-steaks

psychopolarbear 28

Noooo. It's perfect. As we say, go and get it from the farm, wash its ass, knock the horns off, and put it on the grill. When it jumps, flip it over, when it jumps again, put it on my plate.

#1 has the right idea, OP. Get a moo-ve on

CaitiieBuggs 23

#31- Ha, my great grandmother used to say "wipe its ass and walk it through a hot room."

if it doesn't moo when i bite it i send it back

Is your dad Gordon Ramsey by any chance?

NotGabe 28

Gordon Ramsey be like, "Mary had a little lamb because YOU DIDN'T [email protected]#KING COOK IT!"

Why did the chicken cross the road? Because you didn't fucking cook it!

THIS STEAK SO RARE I CAN STILL HEAR THE MOTHERF#*KER MOOOO

Ramsay. And I've heard him say it before.

WHAT ARE YOU?! AN IDIOT SANDWICH!

THIS CHICKEN IS SO FUCKING RAW HE'S STILL YELLING ABOUT THE FUCKING SKY FALLING

THESE MUSHROOMS ARE SO UNDERCOOKED, THEY TOLD ME THE PRINCESS IS IN ANOTHER CASTLE!!!!!

Is your dad, perhaps, Gordon Ramsey?

I think this is a pretty legitimate question.

It's RAMSAY, not Ramsey.

legitimate, but beaten to it by the commenter before. lol.

Your dad is wrong. You're eating steak, not beef jerky. It shouldn't be dry, it should be juicy and succulent.

_awwhellnaw_ 45

There is a big difference between undercooked and overlooked - namely the amount of blood when cutting the meat.

Shit, really? Thanks for your insight, I would've never known!

I have no idea why but for some reason I think you're being very, very, very, sarcastic.

If you think that's blood, you know nothing about steak.

If your steak has blood in it, switch butchers.

Azpy 26

Honestly I like my steak very raw so having a lot of blood on my steak is normal for me

The steaks, have never been higher !

It was your first time, you should've made chicken. .

If she under cooks food, she should definitely not cook chicken!

Since its their first time they should probably have made something with ground beef. Its kinda hard to undercook ground beef just as long as you know to keep cooking it till its all brown with little to no pink left.

That's when you act fancy and in your best condescending French accent say, "Zit eez prepared bleu you ignorant American." (It helps if you twirl your waxed mustachio while doing it)

Lol! Whenever my dad hosts a BBQ he sets the steaks on 3 different plates so people can help themselves, he labels them "medium" "still eating the side salad" and "cremated"

This is great and I'm going to use this in the future!

Hopefully you weren't too offended by your dads comment. Next time will be better. Maybe use a meat thermometer.

If you cook a steak right it should be on the plate before the echo fades from its last "moo". Sounds like you got it a little over done. If you need to cut it to see the red then it ain't underdone.