Oh really. What is it the wife does cuz i would LOVE to know??!! And inheriting family money doesn't count or running a family business that was passed down. How many women do you actually know that worked their way to a job/career to where they became wealthy?
"How many women do you actually know that worked their way to a job/career to where they became wealthy? "
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american women dont cook?
I would NOT ever have married a guy who I thought would have higher earning potential than myself. So that would never be an option. I already know my earning potential with my experience and education and it's not much. Maybe 50K a year?! Hardly anything. So ya, someone would have to make more than that.
I would not have married a man who would think so little of me that he would not give me the option of working or not if there was a choice in the matter.
If you brought something real and concrete to the table in the form of an argument rather than throwing around phrases like Femi- (I won't use that word because I find it derogatory and should not be used to describe women, especially strong women), I might actually want to listen to you.
And I'm supposed to be shocked by that? It's b/c american women don't cook. So unless the poor guy wants to eat out fast food everyday, he probably has no choice but to cook to get a decent meal. I'm not sure what your point was? To prove he does
Mel - proud mommy to:
Ryan (5/10/05), Dylan (7/13/07), an angel (8/26/09), BABY GIRL (EDD 6/28/10) and three spoiled furbabies (6/21/00)
<I haven't attacked you, but you seem to be ready to attack me and everyone else who does
Is it so bizarre to you that some men like to cook?