based on this tweet two people have diagnosed me with ADHD and two different people have told me off for not being sensitive to the needs of people with ADHD
(I was expressing a personal preference, as indeed is the function of every tweet I send)
Urgh and the 2637393938373 hour long intros make them even worse. However when people write town how to make food, I also find I’m skimming through an books worth of intro to the food before it gets to the crux of it so I never win
Right? It's so bad they now have a "jump to recipe" button so we can skip the story of how they went on a trip to new England after their 2nd was born and had she-crab soup that wasn't like what granny used to make. Thus began the task of recreating granny's lost recipe.
Yes! I need written instructions, I struggle with videos as I don't get time to take in the information. Don't get me started on pictoral instructions...
I see you’ve never googled a recipe and found it written by a food blogger.
It's vitally important that you read about the wineyard the blogger's mother worked at one summer before you attempt to make this casserole.
YES. And when I click on a news article please be something I can READ, not a video.
IMO the worst ones are where it IS something to read but there's ALSO an _UNRELATED_ video that starts blaring automatically and floating in some corner of the page.