I propose a theory that is yet to be defeated... "A cook will always pass." A cook must be in the kitchen by definition: they are cooking. The cook has therefore passed through the doorway to reach the cooker: a cook has passed. Should the cook remain in the kitchen to eat, and stay there, the food will inevitably pass through: a cook has passed. Should someone enter a cooking course, and fail, you may argue they have therefore failed, and not passed. However as the person has failed to achieve said qualification , they are not a cook: a cook has passed. Should a chef never enter a kitchen in their whole life, until death, the cook has still passed (away). Can anyone defeat this philosophical proposition??