Also how important is her willingness to make her man a sandwich when requested when your thinking of proposing?
Im currently seeing a girl who expects me to propose, have a traditional wedding and settle down with her but she can't cook, won't learn to cook and point blank refuses to make me a sandwich because her women's group says she doesn't have too. I don't think I could go through with it.
- I wouldn't propose if she couldn't13% (5)14% (3)14% (8)Vote
- Mildly important21% (8)38% (8)27% (16)Vote
- Not that important55% (21)48% (10)53% (31)Vote
- I support traditional values and gender roles. MRA11% (4)0% (0)6% (4)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
I am a little traditional in that I think that women need to have a certain set of skills to make a house a home. ( whether married or not). These skills have made my home not only more pleasant to live in, but it has save me money.
1. Sewing (I can sew my own dresses, pants for him, curtains, alternations for him etc and I have even made extra cash from this skill when I needed the cash)
2. Cooking- meals, baking, larger entertainment
3. Home decoration ( taking old furniture and making it like new with a good polish, new paint, or just recover it in new fabric)
4. cleaning- I can't tell you how many people don't know how to clean properly. A clean house, is a healthy home!
With this being said. If a man ever said to me 'bring me a sandwich woman', I would drop it on his head. It is all about respect and asking nicely.0
Most Helpful Guy
I believe it's important in general to know how to cook for both a wife and a husband. For one it's a good life skill, two eating out or eating frozen meals all the time is both very expensive and unhealthy. And three what happens when you have ingredients in the house but not a enough money to go out and eat someone is going to have to cook.
So it is important that my wife knows how to cook, I know how to cook so I expect her to know how to, since I'd never ask her to do something that I couldn't do for her or in general as well.2