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post #31 of 43
In my house Mum and her boyfriend cook equally as often.
post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by momof3rugratz
I think my son will make a great husband, wife, father, mother.... He can cook good, do hair, clean great, and man can he pick out the best clothers for a boy, girl, man, woman... I think he is the greatest 8 year old I know with a heart of gold...
Your son sounds so sweet! Does he want to do some retail therapy with me on saturday
post #33 of 43
I like cooking, but it's soooo expensive to cook "real food" and it's just not worth the effort for 2 people that barely eat anything anyway. So typically Billy cooks the frozen meal in a bag type things, he even does the dishes afterwards! But I do keep the rest of the house clean and do all the blasted laundry! Now if it's a special occaision and family is coming over, I'll bust out the pots and pans!
post #34 of 43
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Originally Posted by Amandaofcols
I like cooking, but it's soooo expensive to cook "real food" and it's just not worth the effort for 2 people that barely eat anything anyway. So typically Billy cooks the frozen meal in a bag type things, he even does the dishes afterwards! But I do keep the rest of the house clean and do all the blasted laundry! Now if it's a special occaision and family is coming over, I'll bust out the pots and pans!
I find this amazing. My SIL from Branson, MO and her family eat out all the time - they say it's cheaper than buying groceries and cooking. She spend several hours with her daughter just browing one of our larger chain grocery stores on her last visit to Canada. She said she had never seen anything like it and couldn't believe all the products we had to choose from.

Not so here in Canada. Also, I prefer to make my food from fresh ingredients and nothing with preservatives if I can possibly help it.
post #35 of 43
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
Your son sounds so sweet! Does he want to do some retail therapy with me on saturday
If you ask he probably would. the only trouble I have with him is he is a little stud. He walked in Wal-Mart and opened the door for the lady and she just went nuts I said Dakoda you have to watch it (the lady was all over his hair) We don't know these people and am uncomfortable with someone touching you, so we leave he does it again and another lady is all over him o.
post #36 of 43
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Originally Posted by Yosemite
I find this amazing. My SIL from Branson, MO and her family eat out all the time - they say it's cheaper than buying groceries and cooking. She spend several hours with her daughter just browing one of our larger chain grocery stores on her last visit to Canada. She said she had never seen anything like it and couldn't believe all the products we had to choose from.

Not so here in Canada. Also, I prefer to make my food from fresh ingredients and nothing with preservatives if I can possibly help it.
No, we rarely eat out, we just buy the pre-made frozen meal things you get in the freezer section at the grocery store. And I would much prefer to cook a real meal, but the stuff in cook books is just insanely complicated. And individual ingredients add up really quick!! Plus, that's a lot of effort for just 2 people that eat like birds... I think once we have children it will be different.
post #37 of 43
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Originally Posted by momof3rugratz
If you ask he probably would. the only trouble I have with him is he is a little stud. He walked in Wal-Mart and opened the door for the lady and she just went nuts I said Dakoda you have to watch it (the lady was all over his hair) We don't know these people and am uncomfortable with someone touching you, so we leave he does it again and another lady is all over him o.
Thats the only trouble these days because you can't be too sure who your talking to It's a shame though isn't it.
post #38 of 43
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
Thats the only trouble these days because you can't be too sure who your talking to It's a shame though isn't it.
Yes it worries me alot. I think more now that my hubby is gone.
post #39 of 43
I do all the cooking, but Jeremy is a rather good cook.
He works graves though, and it's kinda hard to get out of bed and cook dinner.
Occasionally though, I'll tell him in the mornings that he's cooking dinner, he just says ok, what am I cooking?
post #40 of 43
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Originally Posted by CommonOddity042
With the exception of the grocery shopping (and the fact that he cooks sometimes, leaving huge messes for me to clean up), and the added fact that I am the one who looks at the bills and make sure they all get paid on time (he doesn't check the mail, even), your husband and my bf could be twins. Does the frantic rushing come with complaints about your housekeeping?
He does criticize "us" for being messy. I find myself seriously saying "how many times have I told you to put away your clothes, shoes, cups etc". Man, I sound like a nagging housewife!
He's a great hubby, I just want to add. He's always there when I need him, and he's a real team player - he does his share of stuff like with the car, lawn etc.
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by kittylover4ever
Husband said on his way out the door this morning, "What's for dinner Hon?" I said, "Whatever you want to make Elmo!" He said, "Ok, you leave it to me!"

All I can say is WOW, or, we're having take out!
Beth, I know your husband cooks, but how about the rest of you?
Susie, you're right - I'll sing hubby's praises here, because he deserves it . He cooks, cleans and is the handyman and..... drives me to and from work because he doesn't like the thought of me having to go back to the car park late at night in the city when I teach late.

We have had a different low-fat, healthy eating gourmet meal from first prinicples every night for the last seven weeks. What more could a girl wish for

I hope your meal was great tonight!
post #42 of 43
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Originally Posted by flisssweetpea
Susie, you're right - I'll sing hubby's praises here, because he deserves it . He cooks, cleans and is the handyman and..... drives me to and from work because he doesn't like the thought of me having to go back to the car park late at night in the city when I teach late.

We have had a different low-fat, healthy eating gourmet meal from first prinicples every night for the last seven weeks. What more could a girl wish for

I hope your meal was great tonight!
WOW you have the royal treatment suck it up
post #43 of 43
Will usually cooks for us. I hate to cook! We do eat out though about three times a week, which I prefer. I hate dishes too but usually get them done most days of the week anyway. I do the cleaning, take the trash out, pay the bills, etc.. I'm okay with those things, but don't ask me to cook please!
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