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We bought a gift for Kal and Addis

My friends Brittany Mytnik, 28, and Ben Nicolaysen, 27, enjoy to prepare dinner together and speak about their days when they get home from work. In that way, they’re like most couples. Nicolaysen’s process is similar, regardless of the range of dishes they prepare: he visualizes the dinner in his head and gets ingredients from the refrigerator and the kitchen’s wire pantry rack. As sous chef, Mytnik chops and prepares all of the vegetables in accordance with the mild directions. They did, however, diverge from most other couples in one important manner for a year: after they completed cooking, they would plate the hot supper in his apartment and take it upstairs to eat. I questioned them why they don’t stay in one spot for supper when we got together after work one night to discuss and make stir-fry. Nicolaysen, the relationship’s consummate chef, has all of the necessary tools and food—as broccoli sizzled and popped in hot oil in his wok, on his stove—but they eat upstairs because Mytnik has the larger, better table and the cozier aesthetic style. I understood they had the best of both worlds: all the advantages of coupledom without sacrificing their individuality. They shared an IP address rather than a physical address, to put it another way.

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