As to cook 100% of the time, it is actually once a day unless he works at home. Women grow up with fairy tales and chickflicks where they dream of the prince who will come to save them, share his riches, romance her, propose on bended knee, and just do it all for her and keep that in mind when it comes to the whole dating scene I suppose. Yup, you can get awarded that as well if you just get bored of living with your guy.
It seems strange that whenever the word sibling comes up, the word rivalry seems sure to follow despite the fact that there are many solid sibling relationships in families (brothers and sisters who like and enjoy one another). Siblings don’t choose the family they are born into, don’t choose each other.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.It cracks me up, Chino, how you go on and on about planning dates (e.g., "Let's go get Chinese food"--hardly any effort at all), pulling out chairs, opening doors, carrying packages, taking off women's coats, ad nauseam, but any time a woman talks about her contributions, you trivialize them in any way possible Oh, you cook a meal once a day. You spend five minutes washing the dishes, whoopdedo. Interesting thing is that the father has to be totally in time with his payments, alimony, etc. But then again, women can spend that money however they want and nobody does a thing to keep her under the microscope like men.Women grow up with fairy tales and chickflicks where they dream of the prince who will come to save them, share his riches, romance her, propose on bended knee, and just do it all for her and keep that in mind when it comes to the whole dating scene I suppose. Yup, you can get awarded that as well if you just get bored of living with your guy. Yeah, I said no big deal but if I ask someone out on a first date I would have a plan and not expect them to chose what to do. Yep I get to drive around on my lunch break and deliver payment for his bills because he dosent get them in the mail. Weren't you another one who admitted to prefering men taking the initiative and planning the date on that thread about the woman who complained because a guy dared himself to consider her opinion on what to do for the weekend?No wonder women expect so much from men without offering the same. Cohabitation laws have been talked about since the mid 70s. Didnt state that MEN should take the initiative, the person making a date should have an idea of what the date will be. And you get to walk to the mailbox to drop an envelope. Showing up to a date doesn't really require much effort, does it?Your best friend has a teenager who scrapes ice off the car windshield without being asked.