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Thursday, August 15, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post....



...Of course,it is perfectly alright for him to do so!!!

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  1. Yes ,sometimes. Definitely not always though.

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    1. how come this is even a question? who is a slave after cooking u put ur plate 4 dinning craze dey worry d man?

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    2. Yes oh. Started that one since day one. Now the children help him when they are around.

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    3. It is right.

      However I will say everyone should stick with what works for them.

      My man is a chores man. He sweeps, cleans, goes to market, even does my laundries without complaining.

      Somedays he takes in his plates. Somedays he leaves it behind. The days he leaves it behind I know deep down it's the Naija men syndrome that is worrying him. But I absolutely don't mind because he does much more for me that leaves me feeling so lazy when he's around.

      So people don't go and use this post and scatter your home o. It's not always as women brag publicly they behave inside.

      Goodluck

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    4. My hubby takes our plates to the kitchen and 85% of the time does the dishes.. He cooks most times too.. I abhor cooking.
      My sons are learning from their dad and I on how important it is to help each other around the house, won't have them stressing TF out of their future wives.
      Parents(not only mothers) need to do better with their sons..

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  2. This is for married people... Let me check the next post🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢

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    1. 100% right, once I serve him, he packs the plates most times when we finish eating.

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  3. Why not, if not!! Wash it join sef.
    There's nothing there.

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  4. He must carry it..Every human being must be able to carry their plate to the kitchen, and wash it,except they are babies.

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    1. It's even proper home training. Wash dishes immediately after meal. How hard is this one again. Who carried it for him as a bachelor?

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  5. Yes nah! Can even do the dishes as well.

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    1. I love my siblings15 August 2019 at 18:25

      He does not only clear his plates. He also clears the plates if he is the last person to finish the food when we eat together.

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  6. No it isn't. Let him use it to do pillow at night or as wee wee plate. Mtcheww.

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    1. 😭😭I Cant deal with y'all tonightπŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️

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  7. Nothing wrong in that.
    Only men with bloated ego and who are oppressive will see it as an insult.

    If you are a traditional ruler, then it’s a big deal.

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    1. People just thrive on controversy when I first saw this I swiped past it quickly lol
      What's wrong with a man clearing the table,
      Thank God for the one God has given me he serves our food and does the dishes , matter of fact he doesn't let me do it,
      I cook he cleans.

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  8. Does he not have hands or legs???Even Bill Gates and Warren Buffet do their own washing up. The truly wealthy have no ego.

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  9. It’s not just right, it’s expected.

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    1. Thank you. Decided not to talk about it anymore as i seem to come off as a nag. I take time out to make the meals and serve him. Courtesy demands that he could do is take the dish(es) to the kitchen after eating. It’s not difficult πŸ™„πŸ™„.

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@ its expected
      This comment section would be πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
      Today
      ANG come give us a quote.

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    3. White Enchantress dear, I saw your shout out today. I kpofeerem o. Dalu apunanwu.

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    4. NO wonder all your marriages are scattering.
      Carry dish to the kitchen is what you all are dragging like this?
      If the man says, he doesn't want to eat your foods again, you write
      chronicles.

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  10. Real men chew the plate after eating.

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  11. No,it's not!

    The truth is that, most men who do that are not being respected by their wives because of lack of care.

    The only time a man should do that is when his wife, children and maid are not at home.

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    1. Hian.
      Did he not take it to the kitchen when he was living with his mother? What about when he was a student and living on his own? So wife has turned to his legs. MAN not baby abeg.

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    2. Unless his wife, children abd maids are not there.

      No o. Let him wait for the ghosts of his girlfriends past to take the plate to the kitchen. It's only right.

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    3. You one one of the problems women have in this society.
      Imagine how you will raise your son

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    4. So what will you now say, when he does the dishes. smh, Hubby not Slavemaster.

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    5. This Gorgeous lilian is a man .
      I dont wanna believe this person is a SHE .
      Wooooow

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    6. What a life of servitude! Very interesting mindset.

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    7. I don see all of una. How are you all doing?

      That one πŸ‘† that talked about whether someone is "sound" or not. What do you know about being sound? You are very dumb for making such stupid comment. Don't talk nonsense under my comment next time, okay?

      And for the other one that doubted my sexuality, be informed that I am a FEMALE!

      Peace ✌️ to the test of you.

      πŸ‘Ž In advance to anyone who is warming up to type nonsense under my comment.

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    8. What are saying and what are you saying?

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    9. Lillian small small ohhh. Anyway your opinion and how you run your home is your deal.Diff stroke for diff folk.

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    10. This one wan trend, pele ti e, glorified housegirl.

      It is absolutely right for him to take his plates. Everyone must be independent and learn to clean up after themselves.

      I have visited homes of very elderly people in the uk, I am talking in their 80s who cook and clean, heck they live alone. So why should a man become handicapped because he married a woman? Your wife is your help mate not slave.

      There are times my husband is tired, I just take the tray from him and sort the dishes but on a good day, my husband does not wait for anyone to do pack his plates.

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    11. I am speechless.

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    12. You and your entire lineage are dumb and stupid! It's your type men use as slaves. Olodo

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    13. No one in my Beautiful and Glorious lineage is dumb or will ever be dumb because we are brilliant, upright and very pure. We are marvelously blessed!

      I know you are pained πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Just carry your foolish,dumb and mannerless self off my comment.

      I would have blocked your senseless you if this was Instagram.

      Just get lost already!

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    14. Dear Lilian,


      You are Gorgeous

      Cute as f*ck and certainly not dumb

      Do the world a favour will you?

      Teach your sons to clean up after themselves after a meal and support their wives...it will do the whole world a lot of good and take the stress of home making of their wives.

      You can continue with the cleaning up for as long as you want but take the burden off the next generation of women

      We love you

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  12. I sometimes carry mine and my baby's own, so what's the fuss? Stellz this one no join joor!

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. Your baby? You don born?? Awww.. This is good news!

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    2. Fan he meant his girlfriend as in the person he knacks her apako and press her

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚lmao @ fan πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Today I'm going to be all over the comments lmao .

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    4. Yes, will u be her nanny? Pls say yes!

      Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    5. NO @Kelvin. I have big pwest, I don't want to be raped.

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  13. No big deal with that. He can as well wash the dishes after eating. I don't see anything wrong with that.

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  14. In a sane or good marital relationship between a man and woman, all these petty things aren't a problem. Who carries the plate, does dishes etc πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž

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    1. Upvote! My man even carry my own plate when i'm too engrossed in my series.

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    2. Exactly
      It shouldn’t even be an issue biko

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    3. My dear, God bless you oh.

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  15. Yes...if you can eat;why cant you wash your plate? Or did you keep a maid to do it for you?

    @MARTINS ABOY

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    1. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½ from a man's perspective.

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  16. It is perfectly right for him to even carry his wife's plate and wash them too. Who still dey do old school marriage?

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    1. You would be amazed to find out that a whole lot are forming man and head of the house. πŸ˜‘πŸ˜

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    2. Lmao
      Many men still find it so difficult these days to not just be the head” but also be supportive

      They want you to serve them like a king ,kneel while they eat,help wash their hands and even use your tongue to lick the plates as a firm of washing

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    3. Na here we go read how its
      Insubordination and against moral and biblical , plus traditional ethics .

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    4. Anon 19.02,, with a long verse in the bible as well and how she rolls all over the floor to pack plates, hmmm.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @ how she rolls all over the floor to pack plates πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      This is the most hilarious BEP this week !!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  17. Mine does so. In fact, he’s used to it except I refuse him doing so.

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    1. He clears mine too and does the dishes, ain't nothing wrong with this .
      Kai we are BLESSED .

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  18. Inukwa noo,owe iyeomere.

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  19. My husband does that and most times when I carry it out after he had finished eating, he would say 'thank you'.But if we have someone that came to visit that is a relative, he would leave the table fr it to be cleared by the person.

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  20. Noooooooo!! For what?



    Let him use the plate and break my head after eating🚢🏻‍♀️🚢🏻‍♀️🚢🏻‍♀️🚢🏻‍♀️

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    1. Not nice πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. 😁 as the juggernaut that he is

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  21. Nooooo, he should order uber or taxify to help him. Common to carry plate...the person that cooked nko😑😑

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    1. Y'all on a roll. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. I think I should just keep water beside me cos these comments are πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

      Abeg the person that came up with this was just searching for attention 1πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Very nonsensical question
      I'm glad stella brought it here

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    3. The person that cooked only made the mistake of not cooking it in his mouth so there be no need for plate at all.

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    4. What's the problem with y'all ladies? Sounding as if una get quarrel with men. Shuu

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  22. There's nothing wrong in doing so. But the woman shouldn't use that as an avenue to disrespect him.

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    1. What's there to disrespect?

      Why will anyone even see this as a big deal?

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    2. Disrespect! Cos someone cleared plates he used in eating? Wonderful.

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    3. Kai
      Na wa o
      Some women are their own problem ,
      How the heck is this going to bring disrespect ????

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    4. Kai
      Na wa o
      Some women are their own problem ,
      How the heck is this going to bring disrespect ????

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    5. Shantelle, you didn't put it well. Because an able bodied man cleared plates he used to eat in his own mouth not my mouth oh??? Kikiki, awon jokers.

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    6. How disrespect take enter clearing plate?

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  23. A man uses a plate to eat and it becomes a big deal for him to clear the table.... And even wash the plate.

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  24. Definitely Yes
    He hates seeing used plates,after eating he does the dishes.
    No big deal.

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  25. Is it right for a husband to serve himself food from the kitchen?

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    1. What if i'm not there to serve him? Won't he eat then?

      Much ado about nothing.

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    2. If he’s not a “meat packer” like my kid bro

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    3. Yes very right

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    4. Very right but I don't like mine to do it because he will just pack all the meat. I allow him sometimes sha

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  26. Before?? If you can eat it, you can pack it!

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  27. Yes, it is right for him to take his plate to the kitchen.

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  28. The kind of questions I see sometimes make me wonder. Is he supposed to dig a hole and bury the plate in the dining room? Hiaan. He carries mine too sometimes sef and washes the dishes. Abeg marriage shouldn't be this hard na

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚honestly the kind of questions I see on the internet space is nerve wrecking I'm glad Stella brought this here

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  29. He doesn’t only carry his plate, he does the dishes.

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  30. Marriage will work when people stop worrying about stupid stuff.

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  32. being ingrained in some cultural ethics is not a rationale to be excessively uptight. being too principled is overly boring.

    BTW, thats for tyrannical folks interred in some dogmatic cultural philosophies



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  33. Nawa o.
    To me it doesn't matter who does it. This is too trivial a matter to be discussed.

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  34. My dad clears the table and washes his plate. No big deal in it.

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  35. Oh yes, he should carry his own plate and mine jare cause I'm always tired after eating😩😩😩

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    1. i love you jari.no be only them deserve the service.

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    2. A sensible man won't hesitate to help his woman whenever he's opportuned to do so...Ladies do too much abeg, we need help with such lil things.

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  36. yes o as the queen we be
    chop knockle...

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  37. My dad has never cleared his dishes. In a month he can enter d kitchen only once and he also doesnt dish food for himself no matter how hungry he is.

    When my mom came for omugwo, she saw my husband clearing d dishes, if u see how she was giving me bad eye like πŸ™„πŸ™„ I shouldnt let him do DAT. I told her when she gets to her husbands house, she can cont.with her slave n master marriage biko. #wifenotslave

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚lmao @ your hashtag.
      Lmao !!!

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  38. Dear wives whose husband-man doesn't carry their plate out or even wash it...don't go and pick fight with him this night oh πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Every good man would know that he's duty is not to eat and watch TV.

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  39. My husband would finish eating, leave plate on the table then still to the kitchen to wash his hand. To think I even made the meals with my hard earned money o

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    1. Chaii and your moniker is “BossChic”. You are the boss of you. Endure, cos he’s used to it.

      I think what anyone would not take, don’t start it.
      Yoruba will say anything you won’t take as a rich person don’t take when you are poor.

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    2. Are you serious? Eya. ..Pele, ndoo

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Nameless πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Lmao @ you are boss of you.

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    4. Why don't you let him know, if it bothers you so, you can let him know that doing the little things means a great deal to you unless you are okay with him not packing his plate, my two cents....

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    5. This is actually funny. I go call you back to come carry the plate

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  40. It just occurred to me that my dad does not carry his plate oπŸ˜…

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  41. Nothing wrong in that abeg....I wash my plates immediately after eating...it's part of me

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  42. Yes,he can take his plate of the kitchen. It's not a big deal

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  43. i cant let my husband clear the dishes or even do them mbok,unless i am sick or outta town or too tired that he decides to them without me knowing. it doesnt mean i am a slave its just not my thing to see my man doing the dishes mbok. he can help by sitting and gisting with me while i do it. its ok if u and ur have husband have an understanding about such stuffs but i just wont let it.

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  44. No oh!
    In fact, never!
    He should break the plate into pieces, blend it and make a smoothie out of it.
    Nonsense!

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  45. Enter your comment...taboo
    only ogbonno men do that

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  46. Na wa o.21st century wives full this blog.i m female n married but my husband doesn't clear nor wash the dishes.we both earn same salary as we work in d same organization but it doesn't make me less a woman.
    If u check am all these girls wey dey talk rubbish dey carry plate o. Sdk hypocrites.

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    1. Your home will last long 05.11 leave all this 21st century women am richer by far than my husband but I worship him .

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  47. I usually pack his dishes, I do it as a sign of respect and love because he takes very good care of my kids and I. On Some rare occasions he packs my plate and his to wash them and I appreciate him for that. Packing plates is not an issue at all. I’m a lawyer and I am comfortable, however I still carry out my domestic duty out of love for him and to show my kids good example.

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    1. Well done @anon7.34 same way I do . I let the kids pack the plates and wash , I also wash too. To me it’s a demonstration of love and respect and a good example to the kids. He told me my co wife doesn’t tolerate it at all that she’ll scold him and text him to make sure he carries his plate to the sink . He practically worships us.

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    2. Anon 09:35 he practically worships you yet he went and married another, wehdone oh!

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  48. The funniest thing is that my cousin thinks it is all game. She comes to SDK blog forming feminist and "no nonsense" wife. This is someone that is scared to look her husband in the face. Be careful what you read online. All these online tigers are cats in real life. Figure out what works in your relationship and do it. It is your life, live it. People be lying online

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    1. GFOH

      How is it your business how your cousin decides to live her life online and off line?

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  49. Seriously is this suppose to be a subject of discussion at all.... I will like to ask is the wife a slave, househelp or maid for God sake this is your WIFE it’s madly wrong for you to expect your wife or anyone pack your plates when you done with food and nothing is wrong if you took your plates to the kitchen as a husband, wife or perhaps children self. NO RULES TO IT.

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  50. Easiest thing in the world. I’ll even wash the few ones in the sink. But if I meet a mountain of dishes there, I’ll just look around, drop my plate and quietly japa.
    It’s the least a husband could do after madam must have been in the kitchen cooking and even getting served while he watches tv sef.
    I’m the laziest man in the world when it comes to chores but when the anointing mounts me (it does quite often), I dey overdo. I’ll clean all cleanables and it kind of makes up for my lazy lazy.
    But carrying my plate to the kitchen, who even makes an issue out of that?

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