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(Daily Mail)   The results are in and women agree: Men are basically good for nothing other than killing spiders, cooking with fire, and drinking   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 208
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2013-08-07 01:54:58 PM

grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: Getting a kick out of this thread.

Farkers, I am the silverback gorilla you should one day aspire to be. Farkettes, my apologies, I'm taken. Here are my stats:

- 41 years old
- 6'4", 245lbs, 38-inch waist
- Still have all my original teeth and most of my head hair, the latter running to salt and pepper much like George Clooney's
- Got my money right
- Average five loads of dishes and three loads of laundry per week
- Have lots of awesome tools and know how to use them around the house (if you know what I mean, and I think you do)
- Can drive non-stop for 12 hours and don't mind asking for directions
- Coach my son's soccer team
- Clean all the bathrooms in our house because nobody else knows how to do it right
- Teach a free self-defense class for bullied teens in our community (a majority of them being LGTBQ)
- My family is all in Hawai'i, so visiting the in-laws is never a chore

Cool story bro.

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Cool story bro.

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Cool story bro.

You sound fat.

Cool story bro.

I'd reply to that, but I took an arrow to the knee

Cool story bro.


I'm laughing to hard right now to come up with anything else. Well played.
 
2013-08-07 02:30:54 PM

Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: grumpfuff: Pilikia: Getting a kick out of this thread.

Farkers, I am the silverback gorilla you should one day aspire to be. Farkettes, my apologies, I'm taken. Here are my stats:

- 41 years old
- 6'4", 245lbs, 38-inch waist
- Still have all my original teeth and most of my head hair, the latter running to salt and pepper much like George Clooney's
- Got my money right
- Average five loads of dishes and three loads of laundry per week
- Have lots of awesome tools and know how to use them around the house (if you know what I mean, and I think you do)
- Can drive non-stop for 12 hours and don't mind asking for directions
- Coach my son's soccer team
- Clean all the bathrooms in our house because nobody else knows how to do it right
- Teach a free self-defense class for bullied teens in our community (a majority of them being LGTBQ)
- My family is all in Hawai'i, so visiting the in-laws is never a chore

Cool story bro.

[encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 228x221]

Cool story bro.

[assets.scumbagsteve.com image 646x650]

Cool story bro.

You sound fat.

Cool story bro.

I'd reply to that, but I took an arrow to the knee

Cool story bro.

I'm laughing to hard right now to come up with anything else. Well played.


Cool story bro.

/had to get 1 more for good measure
//i lol'd too
 
2013-08-07 02:42:29 PM

PsiChick: So you have a tiny apartment and no kids, right? Yeah, I guess that'd be the case there...


1500 square feet, no kids.  My wife leaves her embroidery stuff everywhere though.  The fact remains that it just DOESN'T take the much effort to pick up a room.  Pick up, put away, wipe surfaces, vacuum if necessary (though this can be a once a week if not once every two week part of the process).  Do the dishes every night.  Do the laundry every time you have a load ready.  Take out the garbage when its full.

Its not like you hand-wash the dishes or the clothes, the actual work involved in doing those tasks is miniscule, so you're left with pick up, put away, wipe, and vacuum, which usually translates to only pickup, put away, and wipe.  And MOST of that can be done while you watch TV and talk with your spouse/gf/bf/whatever.

You just don't have to do a lot of work to keep a house nice if you settle in and actually buckle down and work when you're supposed to be working.  Period.
 
2013-08-07 03:22:56 PM

Super_pope: PsiChick: So you have a tiny apartment and no kids, right? Yeah, I guess that'd be the case there...

1500 square feet, no kids.  My wife leaves her embroidery stuff everywhere though.  The fact remains that it just DOESN'T take the much effort to pick up a room.  Pick up, put away, wipe surfaces, vacuum if necessary (though this can be a once a week if not once every two week part of the process).  Do the dishes every night.  Do the laundry every time you have a load ready.  Take out the garbage when its full.

Its not like you hand-wash the dishes or the clothes, the actual work involved in doing those tasks is miniscule, so you're left with pick up, put away, wipe, and vacuum, which usually translates to only pickup, put away, and wipe.  And MOST of that can be done while you watch TV and talk with your spouse/gf/bf/whatever.

You just don't have to do a lot of work to keep a house nice if you settle in and actually buckle down and work when you're supposed to be working.  Period.


Well, I live in a house with six people, and hand-washing dishes is actually part of the work when that's the case, along with moving quite a lot of stuff around to clean little corners. So just you wait until you reproduce...:p
 
2013-08-07 04:14:47 PM
When it's down to one fork and you've both done an equal amount of dishes, sharing that last one is hard because the pronged end has more surface area than the handle end so you cant just draw the line across the middle of the length of the fork.

We used a water displacement test to determine the actual half-way point on our forks so neither of us has to know we aren't equal. We didn't re-test and measure so it's probably off by a couple mm but when you're in a loving relationship those kind of details don't really seem to matter  :)
 
2013-08-07 04:16:59 PM

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Cool stories bros
 
2013-08-07 07:12:46 PM
PsiChick:
Do you clean the kitchen once a week? Scrub every single counter, clean all the little corners, and scrub out the stove? I do that. I don't biatch that I shouldn't have to do dishes because I do--in fact, I consider those weekly chores  part of life, and go on with other chores without worrying about it.

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HAHAHAHA

you obviously have no concept of what physical requirements are to fufill traditional men's chores vs womens.

You're speaking to a man who's active duty, trust me, I know how to clean. Probably better than you. I've spent hundreds of hours with a tooth brush making a condemned building that was vacated for years look new. I was single for a decade and kept a spotless apartment and house. I'll still prefer cleaning my house to busting rusted bolts, splitting wood, moving sheets of drywall, curled up under a kitchen sink with the toe kick eating my spine.

you have no clue and the gigantic chip on your shoulder makes you blind to my point. If your partner is doing the traditional male jobs that keep your house from falling in around your ears, you shouldn't be complaining that they aren't helping at that time with the inside chores.

At my house, I do the dishes the majority of the time, we share the weekend chores, I help as needed. but you won't hear my partner biatch and moan about how I'm not helping with the laundry while I'm laying on the couch after wrecking myself performing some other chore.

I think you're blathering on like this because I did catch you forgetting about all the traditional man chores and you don't want to admit it.

Again, my point stands, share the chores - All of them, inside the house or not,traditional men's chores are not playtime and that labour counts towards housework.
 
2013-08-07 07:26:03 PM
I bring home the paycheck. My wife keeps the house clean and food cooked.

I'm not saying her work isn't tough, but she isn't going to make what I make cleaning houses and cooking food.
 
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