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And I keep adding roses that have been ther 'ages!'
My hubby is the same he has no idea of what things cost unless its something to do with a guitar, so I can say anything I like re my purchases, also he never notices when something is new which is always an added bonus as I often say 'what this old thing'
Not all men are that daft! My second OH (we were both widowed) cooked for himself after his wife died, I do it now because we each do what we are best at. He notices new additions to the garden, he even chose my latest rose " Lady Emma Hamilton". I'm so glad we found each other, we have become real and equal friends. Although we can both laugh when one of us does something silly!
I'm 29 and still have friends (both male and female) - who are now DOCTORS - phone me up for basic cooking questions as not only did they not know when we were 21 they still haven't mastered despite my hinting they just look on the BBC Good Food website. I've even been brought in to cook "impressive" meals or desserts when they were entertaining
So is it a gender thing or do these people naturally find someone gullible enough to do it for them?!
Right - I must go and pick his clothes off the bathroom floor and tidy up the kitchen after his breakfast explosion. I really can't tell whether this has happened since I left work or whether I just didn't notice before.
my best lady friend,, just doesn't "do" cooking and is quite open about this. Luckily I do.
Sometimes it's just easier to get on with it yourself? However is that not how doormattery starts?
Choices, choices, b****y choices....
I shall go into hiding.....
and the meek shall inherit the earth... if that's alright with the rest of you...