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dskdw25q9n dskdw25q9n 61-65, M 14 Answers Dec 24, 2013 in Dating & Relationships

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She is not a maid. she should take pride in her home and try to take care of it... and he should do the same.

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OK. I promise not to be a slob, when I come visit.

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*laughs*

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Dude welcome to 2013

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Wow. Sexist AND racist. You mean no one's scooped you up yet?

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If you want any head, you better do some housework!! :)

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Some people still believe this to be true. It's how I was and am continued to be raised. But others are more modern and believe in the dividing of the housework seeing as both men and women work now.

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I completely disagree with this whole paradigm.

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My mom is the breadwinner in the house and my dad is the one that took care of us,cooked for us,took us to school,town etc. He has a job but my mom makes more. He would even clean,way more than my mom ever did. Weird huh? Oh well its the 21st century,a time for change.

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If both partners work it should be split accordingly. Otherwise, the one who stays home should do the household chores.

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You are pretty. Would you have enough energy to give me a massage, after scrubbing the floors?

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:P

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Um that doesn't apply to gays and lesbians

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That really depends on the relationship and the division of out-of-the-home labor.

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if he helps make the mess. He should help clean it.

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It's more fun to trash a place, if somebody else has to clean up.

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Well, if the place belongs to the man, sure, he can trash it. But I doubt he can expect a woman to clean up after him, especially as it his own house and mess.

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