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Old 03-16-2019, 11:54 PM   #41
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I hope you know I was joking...this is a cooking forum and I love stirring the pot..he he
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Old 03-17-2019, 12:09 AM   #42
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The pic CG posted in the breakfast thread last week kept popping into my mind...Thank you CG..
Glad that you and Jeannie enjoyed it, Ross!
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I think so, too. Cooking and cleaning are not related to gender. They need to be taught by the parents.
I had chores as a kid, and had to keep my room clean. I enjoy cooking. I hate cleaning. I'm okay with laundry, but don't look forward to it.

When I was married, my wife hated yard work, including gardening. I was fine with it, so I did it. She liked to keep a really clean house, which I hated doing. So, she did that. I also kept the cars clean and maintained, because I liked that, and she didn't.

So, I think it is personality related as much as anything, including how you were raised.

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Old 03-17-2019, 07:03 AM   #44
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GF is a good deep cleaner..I'm more of a tidier..I can keep a place looking good from afar, putting everything away and straightening it all out, but not big on the vacuuming, dusting, wiping in the corners, etc..so I go in all ham fisted and do the grunt work, while she finishes the finer stuff..so..we make a good team..
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