Discussion » Dating & Romance » If you are married , will you cook up for him/

    EDWARD wrote:
    <p>If you are married , will you cook up for him/her?</p>
  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahahaha ... simple answer: yes!

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    sure but she prefers i dont cook cuz i suck at it.

  • Simen Wangberg

    "cuz chinese men do the cooking and other domestic work, while the woman do the eating"

    Strike that, reverse it. There ya go.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Edward, how old are you? where are you from? what do you do in beijing?

    EMILIA wrote:
    That depends on who back home first !
  • Sylvia Zhang
    Sylvia Zhang wrote:

    absolutely Yes, cuz it's much more funny than wash the dishes.  ;)


  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahaha ... Moonriver ... you asked for Shanghai men?

    阿姆雷特 ... down boy, down!

    Eugene ... stop horn-ing people please ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahahahaha ... 阿姆雷特... you are disgusting ... but I think you and Eugene (and her honey) can consider making a kitchen or food related porn movie ...

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    even before marriage........

  • Alban
    Alban wrote:

    They are basics of a debate articulation that allow people to be able to take a stand  by supporting, gainsaying or simply being neutral to given topics...

    This one could have been more articulate


    Now getting to the particulars,  I do not find any inconvenience sharing the food I cook with gf let alone my wife.

    From the point that I cook for myself ouf of mere passion, I would be all the more tempted to do it for my gf/wife knowing that we SHARE more than food on the other side, though the cooking can be more a symbolic agent to exemplify your care ...

    The cons : I will never be dragged by the ear into the kitchen !!!

  • Micky
    Micky wrote:

    From experience, the more you define and devide things at home, the more "the walls" of marriage continues to crack..

    I do not think who cooks food we eat should be a question... You'll also ask who should fry the eggs in the morning for breakfast, who should buy bread and jam, who should change baby's napkins etc,

    I like cooking but lately, I do not have the time to cook ... so the rest you know.

    @Eugene,..  (correct me if I'm wrong) I guess you're newly married; after 2years of marriage plz come back and tell us if you still mess up in the kitchen and who is the breadwinner

    @Bedtyger, 97%  of Chinese ladies don't know how to clean the house and you are asking of cooking .. Please note there're yet another 3% left.

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    Umm.......... am I the only one who knows what "cook up" means?

  • Sally
    Sally wrote:

    surely yes

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    There's nothing wrong to cook for ur lover. In the past cooking was reserved to ladies, even housechore. But nowadays, it's important for both lovers to at least help coz all of u are busy making money. Women should be stressed out if their hubbies are just playing computer games and Majiang while their wives are roasting themselves in the kitchen.

    Again, I feel it's a shame to the mother who doesn't teach their daughters home skills. Family won't just eat in the restaurants...home making is important for a ladies to know in order to make a house a home.

    High Priest__Women Advocate

  • Peter S 李贝勒

    i do it everyday for her, but i m not married with her...

  • Klisklass Kjærlighet

    I can cook, but i hate cleaning the fucking utensils X(

  • Ms. Stephanie
    Ms. Stephanie wrote:

    why not! ... I love cooking...

  • Elizabeth Siblesz

    agree with mike,my bf thinks he is good but i think its ok ,i just do cook or we go out eat

  • Jasmine He
    Jasmine He wrote:

    well. I cant even eat the food i cooked. i m not really good at this. but i will try for the people i love.

  • Mya
    Mya wrote:

    When i was young, i cooked for someone i love. as delicious and less as i can.

    When i grown up, there's someone cooked for me. as picky as i can.

  • Amalie Sæverud

    like cooking in a role play while I pour the olive oil on your belly instead in the pan or cook like a real  cook?

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