You gotta admit though, if you were really that desperate I don't think you should be spending it on "dank" food, but rather try to figure out a way that you can use that money bit by bit (even if it is accumulated) so it lasts longer and still feed you and keep you healthy.
I don't think it's in your best interest, considering your situation (according to you) to be buying luxurious food because you have more money than you need.
Learn how to cook, raw and unprocessed ingredients and groceries are far cheaper than processed food. Buy a whole chicken, use the breast for stir fry, drumsticks the next day, use some for pasta, then with the leftover "carcass", bone and meat included, throw it in a pot and use the broth for some delicious homemade chicken noodle soup. There are so many ways to save money and yet keep your diet healthy, put some effort into it.
Also, try changing up your resume. I see so many shitty resumes going around, its not even funny. Actually put some thought into the design, the look, the layout and content of it and change it each time you apply. Think about what the employer wants to see, and what you would look for if you were the guy looking through the resumes. Remember, these guys see possibly hundreds of resumes a day, even paper quality can make the difference between the other 150.
Lastly, use your head. Be smart. Do some research. And don't go wasting the food stamp money, its a gift, and not something to depend on. Use it wisely.
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