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    Aries
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    Helping Your Wife In The Kitchen: Is it Sign Of Love Or Duty?

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    Many men do not bother to assist their spouses with any household chores, let alone in the kitchen. Many of these guys believe that it is not their responsibility to do housework and that it should be left to their wives.

    Some men prefer to delegate culinary duties and most household work to their spouses. I think it’s a nice gesture for a man to assist his wife in the kitchen; it demonstrates that he’s a concerned and loving spouse, and it could also strengthen the marriage’s bond.

    Some people believe that men who assist their wives in the kitchen are being controlled by their wives or, worse, are being labelled as woman wrappers, but it is a man’s responsibility to assist his wife in any way possible, whether by hiring a housekeeper or doing it themselves, especially when a woman is pregnant or busy.

    So, what do you guys think about a man providing assistance in the kitchen?

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    • #15799
      Chichi
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      men are supposed to assist their wives in every chore at home, its certainly an act of love and care and should not be seen as duty.

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    • #15819
      Nne
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      Many women like a situation  whereby their husbands will jointly help to carry out house chores. It makes their work load lesser.

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    • #15840
      John Adeleke
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      my mother always thought me to be useful in the kitchen even as a young child so its not much of a duty to me to be helpful in that aspect its more natural

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    • #15845
      PrincessBee
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      It is not a duty but another romantic way of showing love. Only a few sensible guys knows this

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    • #15846
      Tobex
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      Na Duty. Wetin I kNW SELF. LET ME START GOING.

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    • #15854
      Adex
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      Kitchen work is never a man’s biz. Whether love or duty, I no dey do

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    • #15861
      Okey_14_boi
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      I would never support this because women can take advantage of this and turn you to a house boy. I’ve seen this happen in real life no be film.

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    • #15864
      Tolu
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      It is sign of Love now. you are both help mate.

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    • #15869
      Seyibabs8
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      It’s a sign of Love… you are born to help one another.

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