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Sir, Yes Sir! (media.communities.win)             MAGA            
posted ago by neosin ago by neosin +1874 / -5
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DrHubs 23 points ago +28 / -5

Cook your woman a damn dinner for once. Don't be a beta male bum that's so helpless you can't help yourselves. Makes me fucking cringe when "men" want the pampering of a child.

It's alright to want dinner made for you. Every night? Get your fucking lazy ass on the grill. 60 hour weeks or not. Don't watch your relationship degenerate because you don't know how to balance your work and personal life

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DrHubs 9 points ago +9 / -0

I feel that. I personally enjoy being a chef so usually I'll do most of the cooking. She preps because she has a better hand and doesn't mind it as much as I do.

We both absolutely hate the dishes so we tackle that was a team.

Obviously it can't always be like that and we will cook for one another off and on.

I'll put in anywhere from 50-80 hours of work regularly and still be able to do all of that without burning myself put. I want a wife and a partner. Not my mom or a parent.

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Vino 5 points ago +5 / -0

If both people in the relationship have a job, I agree. House work and making dinners should be equal if both are bringing in money. If not, then I totally disagree. After I got married, my ex stopped working, and then slowly quit doing anything. Wouldn't take care of the kids, wouldn't clean or cook. Just expected to lie around all day being taken care of. A lot of women just want a daddy. A guardian and access to the bank account.

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DrHubs 3 points ago +3 / -0

100%. My lady and I are both business oriented and we both work so it is works for us frequently. Even if we didn't I would still make time to do so.

Your lady should be treating it as a partnership and not a daycare either. This definitely is not intended to glorify that argument. The point specifically above was what I took issue with

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Vino 3 points ago +3 / -0

It all worked out for the best. I'm glad I got out while I did, and didn't waste anymore of my time. Plus, I got the kids! You should look into beer can chicken. It's the juiciest chicken I have ever had. Best to use a grill, so your man might enjoy the method.

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neosin [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

hoorah!

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NoEffLeft2Give 2 points ago +2 / -0

Shoot... My husband can't even make his own sandwich!.. But he can work like a mule... So I'm not complaining!

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Ebbie8708 1 point ago +2 / -1

My boyfriend is the cook in our relationship. He loves it and can make elegant dinners.

Meanwhile, all I can make is Mexican food and I know how to turn on an oven for frozen pizza 😭

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ripley88 3 points ago +3 / -0

I was lucky (ish) to work in a deli run by world class chefs. The cook put it very succinctly why everyone needs to learn to cook.

"If there's something you need to do every day at least twice just to stay alive, why wouldn't you learn to do that thing well?"

Watch basics with babish and learn to cook; you'll be happy you did just for yourself, but then you can help or even lead in the kitchen. Start with polo a la plancha; easiest recipe you can imagine with restaurant-tier results, plus it fits with your Mexican repertoire n_n

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Ebbie8708 3 points ago +3 / -0

He is willing to fist a turkey for thanksgiving and butcher a lamb for Easter.

I’m good with just making tacos and burritos haha

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ripley88 3 points ago +3 / -0

Then get him to make the polo and thank me later n_n

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Jackgaddis5 -5 points ago +4 / -9

BETA!

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Jackgaddis5 4 points ago +4 / -0

The grill is one thing....not the kitchen.

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ripley88 1 point ago +3 / -2

Lol Such projection Much insecure Wow.

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Jackgaddis5 3 points ago +5 / -2

Keep downvoting, you weak beta males.