Do women belong in the kitchen and men belong in the garage?

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16 Dec 2017, 4:07 am

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We don't have a kitchen or a garage, so in my home both the man and the woman belong in the couch.


What? How small is your place if it has no kitchen? How do you survive? 8O


It's a caravan, and I have a small electrical hotplate, so I can still make a meal if I'm patient (but I mostly just eat bread). Not very fancy, but it's cheap and there's no neighbours, so I'm quite happy about it. :)



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16 Dec 2017, 11:58 am

Embla wrote:
It's a caravan, and I have a small electrical hotplate, so I can still make a meal if I'm patient (but I mostly just eat bread). Not very fancy, but it's cheap and there's no neighbours, so I'm quite happy about it. :)


Well that explains it... pretty neat.



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16 Dec 2017, 3:04 pm

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17 Dec 2017, 2:15 am

I don't belong in the kitchen or the garage due to disabilities except for eating, keeping my girlfriend company while she cooks, & washing dishes after they've pilled up.


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17 Dec 2017, 12:15 pm

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I'd say no. There's nothing wrong with a man in the kitchen cooking dinner or a woman in the garage working on the car.


Agreed



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18 Dec 2017, 3:51 am

In my experience women have no clue what they are doing in the kitchen and should stay away from anything food related unless they are using a microwave oven.


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18 Dec 2017, 3:54 am

^ your anime dating sim characters don't count.


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18 Dec 2017, 4:01 am

I don't know why such things are still debated in this day and age.



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18 Dec 2017, 4:05 am

Embla wrote:
Fireblossom wrote:
Embla wrote:
We don't have a kitchen or a garage, so in my home both the man and the woman belong in the couch.


What? How small is your place if it has no kitchen? How do you survive? 8O


It's a caravan, and I have a small electrical hotplate, so I can still make a meal if I'm patient (but I mostly just eat bread). Not very fancy, but it's cheap and there's no neighbours, so I'm quite happy about it. :)


Damn you should look into a crock pot, not sure if they call them that where you are from...so basically an electronic pot you can cook soups, roasts and that sort of thing in...Thinking of getting one for my place that is pretty small to, just because you can leave slower cooking stuff in it for a long time and a lot of new ones have safety features so if you leave when it's going when you leave it will shut off once it reaches a certain temperature so seems like it could be a good way to cook in my apartment.


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18 Dec 2017, 6:16 am

Ichinin wrote:
In my experience women have no clue what they are doing in the kitchen and should stay away from anything food related unless they are using a microwave oven.


Err, since food is food related, wouldn't this mean we'd starve. :(