So many sitcoms has the man drinking a beer in his favorite lazy boy so him not putting in much effort has to be true right?
I know so many sitcoms that follow that example-I also recall several episodes where those same wives or girlfriends get fed up and upset at said partner... particularly if she's tired, or had a long day of work and was not in the mood for doing two jobs in one day. Check it out: almost every one of those sitcoms, the woman snaps at the man at least once! People should keep in mind there's a reason they're sitcoms or fantasy: just because it happens on tv, doesn't mean it can or should be applied to real life; they're actors!Perhaps some women feel as if they are "obligated" to do all the housework. I'm not going to go into a side rant, but for the most part, that mentality is archaic.Men are just as capable of helping out around the house AND working all day, just like women are capable of doing the same. If a woman is okay with her man doing that every single day? Good for her! Seriously, I won't judge her.But I bet if said man stepped up and offered to cook or clean for her instead of just drinking a beer after work? She would appreciate him way more.
Yeah no I hear ya and good take!
I would happily come over and clean your house in exchange for free sex. :P
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I'm always willing to help out when women can't do their job. 😉
@RingOfFire They'll bring you your hot cooked meal, glass of whisky, and slippers when you bring home the bacon, enough to support the family. Oh wait, I forgot, the cost of living is too exorbitant now for one income to support a family. Both people work, and you expect the woman to do all the housework as well? Nuh uh. That clear division of labour model is all but dead.
In my case neither has to work because I already have the bacon.
Besides, almost everything I say in my comments is facetious. I like a woman who enjoys being the domestic hostess, but I can hire what is needed if I have to. It's more a matter of a trait that I find attractive than a necessity. 😁
Exactly. Nobody wants a man child. I've never dated a man who hasn't done this either.
Interestingly there is an area of the island I live on referred to as the "North Shore."
I have the same problem. Initially it was great because she loved all the good food I made for her, but when we moved in together, everything fell apart and it actually ended the relationship. Glad you managed to avoid that!
@syskerully that's sad to hear. Luckily it doesn't bother my hubby. It's justsomething he had to get use to
I have a maid.
So get a live-in girlfriend and keep the maid... Women should be a man's spouse or partner not just a maid 😂
And she can pay half for the maid
Are you giving me advice as somehow I would make my woman a maid? lol
Just observing that men act like chores should be just a woman's role and if men do chores women should be oh so grateful.. But anyone man or women should appreciate what someone does for them instead of acting like it's an obligation or their duty just because of their gender
Okay I don't disagree.
"shows he's not one of these men who think just because your a women in the relationship you have to be there personal slave and clean up after them"You mean women DON'T have to be our personal slaves and clean up after us?"it's a real turn on for me for some reason when he takes control of the house chores just wish he'd do it in his boxers more often "I love a girl who can mow the lawn in lingerie!
@RingOfFire my boyfriend cleans and cooks because he wants to i don't expect him too and yes i do find it hot because I've been raised in a house were all the woman are expected to slave over the men and that they don't have to do anything so i can appreciate a man who doesn't think that way.by the way my boyfriend is a gardener so he prefers to mow the lawn but depending on the weather i might actually do what you just said one day might be fun to see his reaction. 😂
Don't give the poor guy a heart attack! 😱
@VanillaSaltUnless you are something like a nurse or fireman then I doubt you are working 90 hours a week. !
Factory operator at a block plant. 6 pm-6am m-f and on busy weeks sat and sometimes sundays... 12x7=84. Not including the 45 min commute each way and having to stay another 30mins-1hour per week for safety meetings and if I have to stay over and help the next shift because I’m inside one of our machines... I only work 6 day a week right now but last year it was 7 for a full year. Also how is that the only job you can thing of doing large hours... oil rig works 16 hr shifts for 2 weeks straight... electricians working out of town work long hours and full weeks... truck drivers literally spend less than a month at home every year when their national... Hell what about the people working two and 3 jobs...Jump right into that disbelief why don’t ya. Just because you have never held a real job don’t mean others don’t.
Ha Ha Ha yes
Yes acts of service!
Ok 3/4 done 😊 you have a washing machine right 😂😂😂😂
I can make tea and not much of cook, you can't daily eat rice right so yeah 😂😂😂🍚☕
@Aakash_Hangargi damn we gone starve 🤣
Well we can eat rice 🍚😂😂
But we are gonna be damn fat 😂😂😂