Now come on Supe's, ya gotta get a better grip on yerself (most young men do when they're alone ) and become much better organised.
First off: get yourself the Bachelors Cook Book, which has numerous mouthwatering and succulent recipes in it... like baked beans on toast; cheese on toast with a dollop of canned spaghetti on top; and my fav, canned curried sausages wrapped in bread with a smidgen of ketchup.... oh, and let's not forget the curried cabbage. I think it comes in a convenient can these days to reduce preparation time.
Secondly: forget the water to wash it all down with!!! A glass or ten of red wine sticks to yer insides better and assists with sleep difficulties. If you don't have a cellar, check to see if there are home deliveries in your area... just in case a glass or ten isn't enough.
However, prior to washing down your baked beans on toast with a glass or twelve of red wine, check under all the beds (and in all the closets) for monsters before locking up the place. This is important, I repeat, very IMPORTANT, as it will assist with sleeping later on with the lights off (or at least dimmed) ... thus saving on electricity costs, or alternatively candles if you decide on a candlelit dinner.
Ah yes, speaking of candelit dinners, you've read how many women (some men as well) these days are traveling in cars with male manequins/blow-up dolls to give the appearance they're not alone? Well I suggest you get yourself a blow-up doll. Now she mighn't be able to cook or be a good conversationalist at the dinner table, but she will help alleviate that feeling of being all 'alone' in the World. Not only that, it'll be good practice for marriage about one year in and onwards... cos that's usually about when dinner table conversations go into decline, if they don't cease entirely.
Now, one final piece of advice... curl up on the couch with an engrossing DVD to help keep your mind off the monsters under the bed . However, avoid horrors, porn and sloppy love stories, as these are counter-productive to a good night's rest when you only have a blow-up doll for company... but then again. Anyhow, comedies and/or documentaries are probably the go.