So, yeah, totally random question, but it has a source. I'm in the middle of a huge Social Security Disability fraud case ongoing for the past year and a half. Defendants out the wazoo and clearly some inter-office complicity. The case has me translating a bajillion SSA-3373 Function Report forms in which the applicant indicates the things that his/her malady restricts him/her from accomplishing. One of the questions is if their malady restricts the person from cooking. If the answer is No, then they are to explain what keeps them from cooking if not the malady. The answer from male applicants (the defendants are overwhelmingly male, not female) is invariably "I don't know how to cook." This would seem the logical response if the malady isn't causing the restriction, but additionally, the applicants almost never mark that the malady is at fault. The default answer is nearly always that no, it's not the malady, but simple lack of knowing how, never mind that just one page prior they indicated that they can't brush their own teeth for the biblical pain it causes in their (fill in the body part). So, come on, fellahs. Is this just part of the scam to get Disability or do y'all, in general, as a gender, not know how to cook? Be honest.