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8/11/2017 8:47:32 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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I think yes. What do you think?




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8/11/2017 8:51:30 AMShould the man be the provider? 

frecklefarmer
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Nope.
Women fought for equal rights.
But you only want the rights that suit you?

Nope.

8/11/2017 8:53:09 AMShould the man be the provider? 

mr_1234m
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Yes.

8/11/2017 8:54:37 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Mr

Freckle men still want women to do all the cooking and cleaning.

8/11/2017 8:54:42 AMShould the man be the provider? 

stl1
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I think you should provide a house for me.

8/11/2017 8:56:02 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Stl

8/11/2017 8:56:30 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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OP, first you need to define what you mean to imply by the word "provider".

A provider can be many things:

Sexual partner
Income maker
Strength
Parent
Helomeet

What do you mean?

8/11/2017 8:58:54 AMShould the man be the provider? 
Stopsign_01
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Quote from easttowest72:
I think yes.



What do you think?


Men end up providing for women anyway so whatever

8/11/2017 9:00:46 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Financially. Sex is just a natural part of a relation. Of course I think a man should support his kids. But I think kids at 30 should not be needing money or a cosigner.

8/11/2017 9:02:53 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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How many 30+ year old children do you have, E2W?

8/11/2017 9:03:46 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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I think Katie Perry and Robert pattenson should get together.

8/11/2017 9:04:14 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Cup none

8/11/2017 9:05:08 AMShould the man be the provider? 

stl1
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My parents co-signed for my house after my first divorce and I am forever grateful to them for believing in me. I never let them down and my house has now been paid off for several years.

8/11/2017 9:05:21 AMShould the man be the provider? 

mr_1234m
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I think me and Demi Moore should get together

8/11/2017 9:08:04 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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E2W -- when you have children that are 30+ years old then you may have an informed opinion about whether or not those children should request a parent to be their co-signer. Until then, please opine on what you actually have personal knowledge about. TY

8/11/2017 9:08:05 AMShould the man be the provider? 

sadlsticsienna
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Quote from easttowest72:
I think yes. What do you think?

I think he definitely should have a good steady job, enough to support both of them, mainly important if they want to have kids because she could not work for a while whilst having them.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:08:26 AM ]

8/11/2017 9:09:59 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Stl that's great. Its seems kids these days need the down payment also. I don't think a guy should be giving away money if he still owes for his house and car.

Demi aged very well

8/11/2017 9:14:46 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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Quote from easttowest72:
I think yes. What do you think?

I think he definitely should have a good steady job, enough to support both of them, mainly important if they want to have kids because she could not work for a while whilst having them.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:08:26 AM ]

What a crock of BS, Sadistic!

The Family Medical Leave Law covers maternity leave. Do try to keep up.

I worked and had five children and supported myself, and shared the joint responsibilities of our marriage.

You dayum lazy assessment p*ssy-hot baby makers (some call you golddiggers) need to grow the fk up!

8/11/2017 9:18:03 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Cup i agree with seienna. I worked all day Friday and my daughter was born Saturday morning. I had to wash clothes after my water broke to be able to pack my bag for the hospital. My husband should have been providing so I could take care of me and the baby.

8/11/2017 9:22:19 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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You didn't have a baby for nine months. You can't wash your own dayum clothes and chew gum for yourself?

8/11/2017 9:26:01 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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B*tch I can't wash clothes from work. I had my baby before my maternity leave started.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:26:55 AM ]

8/11/2017 9:26:09 AMShould the man be the provider? 
uncle_bulgaria
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Provider of what? the c*ck?

8/11/2017 9:28:19 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:29:04 AM ]

8/11/2017 9:28:28 AMShould the man be the provider? 

sadlsticsienna
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What a crock of BS, Sadistic!

The Family Medical Leave Law covers maternity leave. Do try to keep up.

I worked and had five children and supported myself, and shared the joint responsibilities of our marriage.

You dayum lazy assessment p*ssy-hot baby makers (some call you golddiggers) need to grow the fk up!


sure you did korbyn.

Maternity leave is not long.

Children really need to be cared for till preschool age because of how ridiculously expensive child care is and for bonding reasons.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:28:38 AM ]

8/11/2017 9:30:55 AMShould the man be the provider? 
uncle_bulgaria
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They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.

Um buying a car at 24 on credit isn't exactly Amazing...I bought my first motorcyle cash when I was 17. YAY ME.

8/11/2017 9:31:16 AMShould the man be the provider? 

kandykayn
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Quote from easttowest72:
They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.
My husband brought his first car dodge Charger at the age of 19 in the Army.

8/11/2017 9:31:49 AMShould the man be the provider? 

kandykayn
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Quote from uncle_bulgaria:
They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.

Um buying a car at 24 on credit isn't exactly Amazing...I bought my first motorcyle cash when I was 17. YAY ME.


8/11/2017 9:32:03 AMShould the man be the provider? 
uncle_bulgaria
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First car at 24 eh...Next thing you know he'll be 30 and moving out of your basement!

8/11/2017 9:34:06 AMShould the man be the provider? 

kandykayn
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By the time my husband was 24 he had paid off his Dodge Charger and we got a Yukon Denali XL with TV and sunroof.

8/11/2017 9:34:53 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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Quote from easttowest72:
B*tch I can't wash clothes from work. I had my baby before my maternity leave started.


B*tch -- of course, if you chose to stay at work up until your water broke -- that was your choice, so of course, your maternity leave would have started after your baby was born. That's a big DUH!

the only clothes you couldn't wash while you were at work were the ones you were wearing. Did you only have one change of clothes?

8/11/2017 9:35:06 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Its not his first car. He went into the army at 17. The point was why does a 30 year old need a cosigner. You people are making my point for me.

8/11/2017 9:35:43 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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Absolutely NOT, east!

Women know EVERYTHING so they ought to use that knowledge to get themselves a really good paying CAREER. If there's nothing a mere man can do that a woman can't do infinitely better then it stands to reason she ought to be able to easily out earn any mere man and she should. She needs to pull her weight, show her potential, not be a goldbrick and if women want to criticize everything the guy does then she ought to go into MANAGEMENT where she is free to do so! And all women do is complain about the guy so she ought to get a CAREER and she the bum how it's done. Also, with a 50% divorce rate she'll probably dump the guy after a few months of marriage and how will she support herself then? Not as much alimony as in the old days, babe! Women won't cook or clean or run errands or take care of the house or take care of the kids or give the guy any loving so she better GET OFF HER FAT A** and contribute something to the relationship. If she won't do anything around the house then he needs to be making some kind of contribution and since women are better than perfect they ought to easily get a high paying career and out earn any man.

Yes, east! Think of the benefits to the arrangement! You get a high paying career. You get the long hours. You get the stress. You get the ulcer. You get the coronary. You get the bypass. (We'll have so much in common, east! I've already had mine!) You get the high pay. You get the benefits, maybe the travel. He gets to enjoy the big house, the grounds, all the toys, big screen TV, electronic toys, fancy car, supervise the "help" and sit on his butt doing what he likes and living life easy! Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, who really has the better end of this deal, east? But YOU get to feel infinitely superior to this man and when he dumps you, you'll be paying HIM alimony so he can lead life in the "style to which he has become accustomed".

8/11/2017 9:38:28 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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How do you wash clothes while you are at work? I only weighed 125lbs the day my daughter was born and didn't buy alot of maternity clothes. I went to the dentist and they thought I had already had my baby. I was 8 months pregnant.

8/11/2017 9:41:23 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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Quote from easttowest72:
They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.


What the DJ is your point in making this quoted post?

Maternal pride!?! WGAF

My 14 year old grandson just bought AND PAID OFF (cash) his first new pickup truck. Hell have Drivers Ed this year and get his permit by spring. He worked his arse off this summer to achieve his goal -- he didn't need a co-signer -- period -- even though he was under 30.

8/11/2017 9:41:30 AMShould the man be the provider? 

kandykayn
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To answer Op question is a hard one. It depends on the culture of the two people who are married.

Most men in 2017 do not want to be the sole provider. Taking into account the rise of the cost of living I can't blame them.

At the same time it is difficult for women who have small kids to work consistently.

8/11/2017 9:42:58 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Driver I was working weekends while my husband (before we were together) was partying. Women can have more than a man but it's the mans place to provide. A woman needs time off to care for her children until school age.

8/11/2017 9:43:10 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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Quote from sadlsticsienna:
I think he definitely should have a good steady job, enough to support both of them, mainly important if they want to have kids because she could not work for a while whilst having them.


Oh, sienna, women can warehouse the kids in daycare after a few weeks! You wouldn't do that to a dog, but women do it to kids all the time. The woman must support the man if she is the superior one. Get off your a** and get to work! You can't be b*tching about men all the time and then expect them to support you just so they can come home to a night of verbal abuse and your whining and your criticism. They never do anything right. If you're so perfect GET OFF YOUR A** and GET TO WORK!

And if the woman refuses a man any sex these days then children are not an option anyhow.

Seems to me this is just another example of the feminine double standard! If you're superior SHOW IT and GET TO WORK!!! It's the feminist way of life my dear. You don't want to be in the bondage of a mere housewife live your granny or great granny do you? A career is what women's liberation is all about. Cut the crap and GET TO WORK! No more of this feminist double standard. PROVE you're superior and GET A JOB!

8/11/2017 9:48:12 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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If the guy was such a bum why did YOU marry him, east? He was YOUR choice!

There was a woman in church like this. As a young women she married. For 50, 60+ years she complained endlessly about the guy SHE picked and he supported her well and was a fine husband, father and grandfather. FINALLY Jesus has pity on the guy and takes him! Her tune then? "I'm lonely. I miss him" I was thinking "You should have appreciated him all the decades you had him"!!

He was YOUR pick, east! Or did you like the bad boy? Did you want to feel superior to the bum? Did you think you could reform him? YOU picked him! YOU knew what YOU were getting into. What did YOU expect?

She's thinking I sound like her father if she would have bothered to ask him his opinion! This is why a girl needed father's consent in the old days.

8/11/2017 9:48:21 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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Quote from easttowest72:
How do you wash clothes while you are at work? I only weighed 125lbs the day my daughter was born and didn't buy alot of maternity clothes. I went to the dentist and they thought I had already had my baby. I was 8 months pregnant.


I weighed 108 pounds, E2W, when I had my first child -- I had gained 12 pounds -- my child weighed 8 pounds -- You're a liar or you was severely anorexic if you didn't wear a larger size clothing to term.

Add to that argument that you were, also, an ignorant preggie -- and your dentist was ignort, too if he/she treated you in your last tru-mester.

(I am a female, E2W -- you won't get me on female issues (STL))

8/11/2017 9:48:50 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Driver men don't take half of the responsibility around the house. I tried to get mine to help. His excuse was He got off work later than I do. He also got to work later than I did. I was getting up every two hours feeding our baby and then working all day. I don't know how I made it without sleep.

8/11/2017 9:50:36 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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Quote from easttowest72:
Cup i agree with seienna. I worked all day Friday and my daughter was born Saturday morning. I had to wash clothes after my water broke to be able to pack my bag for the hospital. My husband should have been providing so I could take care of me and the baby.


He was YOUR pick, don't b*tch! YOU knew what YOU were getting into so don't complain. YOU should have picked a man not a boy! He was YOUR pick.

8/11/2017 9:51:05 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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They didnt do xrays. Nothing harmful about a cleaning. How do you wash clothes from work?

There aren't any men that pull their weight around the house.



[Edited 8/11/2017 9:51:59 AM ]

8/11/2017 9:51:45 AMShould the man be the provider? 
cupocheer
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Driver --- It sounds like E2W was knocked up by some dude who ran a bip-bam and E2W suckered some drunk at the bar to marry her and she claimed he was da baby daddy cause he had money to party at the bar.

8/11/2017 9:52:09 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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That's absolutely correct freckle! This isn't the 50s anymore, girls! YOU wanted liberation, YOU got it so GET TO WORK! Being a housewife and mother was domestic slavery wasn't it? GET TO WORK!

8/11/2017 9:53:59 AMShould the man be the provider? 

sandcrabs
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Quote from easttowest72:
I think yes. What do you think?


I think F**k that ! ! ! I'll stay home all day and fuk off but when you come home I'll open the front door naked and give you a sweet Mushroom stamp.

8/11/2017 9:54:01 AMShould the man be the provider? 

_purdibirdi_
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Quote from easttowest72:
Its not his first car. He went into the army at 17. The point was why does a 30 year old need a cosigner. You people are making my point for me.


well, for one... Nowadays, peeps are getting hit up to apply for credit cards when they leave home to go to college. Most are not prepared or have the proper knowledge/know-how to properly 'use' credit-- thereby, many are 'f**king-up' their credit not realizing how important it is 'later' on. Thus, needing a cosigner for major loans etc.

8/11/2017 9:55:30 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Me and my ex worked at the same place. He made good money. Being able to provide and providing are two different things.

I have a guy who keeps asking me to move in with him. He wants me to cook and clean. I asked if he will be buying the groceries I cook.

8/11/2017 9:58:26 AMShould the man be the provider? 

Suzhi
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I became a real go getter for a woman once.. Started a business, and was raking in some serious diaper money.. Did that stop her from naggin and b*tchin?? Hell no, so b*tches, bring some of your money to the table...

8/11/2017 9:59:02 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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You know, cup, if the guy slipped her a mickey then he ought to GO TO JAIL! Did they ever get Cosby for that? And how about that guy from the Packers? (No offense, Packer) Was it Darren Sharper? He's a ward of the state for decades now. Instead of marrying the bum she should have called the cops and had him ARRESTED, gone home to mama and stayed out of bars. I thought they didn't approve of drinking in Baptist Georgia. No woman should marry a guy that irresponsible. She wasn't the first you can bet on that and no doubt not the last either. She should have call the cops so they could bust the bum and spared a lot of women from being raped because that's what it is. But she marries the bum and takes the shame on herself when he ought to be taking the shame with an arrest, a conviction and a long prison sentence and reporting as a predatory sexual offender forever.

8/11/2017 9:59:07 AMShould the man be the provider? 

sandcrabs
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Oh hell I'll go shopping and buy the groceries and cook too ( I love to cook and my I say I'm very good at it ) if wash the dishes.

8/11/2017 10:00:49 AMShould the man be the provider? 

frecklefarmer
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I didn't have children.
Why should my wife have stayed home doin nothin?

A relationship is sposed to be between equals.
Me busting my a** to pay all the bills (which I did,along with providing a home,a car and all the other balls and whistles)
While she went off having fun with her friends all day,then expecting I should also help with the housework
Is not equals.
The woman should be helping pay the bills,buy her clothez,makeup,cars etc.

Key word here...EQUALS

not a free ride just because you are a woman.

You have equal rights.
That means its your right to contribute,not to be a user

8/11/2017 10:01:01 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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For once we agree suzi! Women are born to complain! Make good money and she complains you're never home. Stay home and she complains you don't make enough money! There's no way for a guy to win!

YES! She should GET OFF HER complaining A** and GET A JOB!

8/11/2017 10:02:47 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Purdi I think you are right about that But it would be scary to cosign for someone who already has bad credit.

To me Its crazy to give a kid a 20% down payment for a house unless his home and car were paid off. There are mortgages for as little as $100 down. Doing that for 2 kids is A lot of money.

8/11/2017 10:03:00 AMShould the man be the provider? 

frecklefarmer
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^^^^100% correct@driver



[Edited 8/11/2017 10:03:23 AM ]

8/11/2017 10:04:42 AMShould the man be the provider? 

stl1
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Quote from easttowest72:
They should start building credit at 18. My son is only 24 and bought his car himself.



My son bought his house at 23.

8/11/2017 10:05:10 AMShould the man be the provider? 

_purdibirdi_
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What do you mean? like the traditional roles? I think that is something that a couple would have to discuss going in. I mean, I can't be expected to work a full-time job and be responsible for having dinner on the table at 5pm. On the flip side, I don't think I would ever have a problem making sure my man had a hot meal ready for him to eat... if I wasn't working outside of the home... I mean, he's providing for me-- I'm gonna, happily, take care of all his NEEDS in order to make it "easier" for him to do so.

8/11/2017 10:06:10 AMShould the man be the provider? 

Suzhi
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Quote from driver406:
For once we agree suzi! Women are born to complain! Make good money and she complains you're never home. Stay home and she complains you don't make enough money! There's no way for a guy to win!

YES! She should GET OFF HER complaining A** and GET A JOB!



.. Oh shit, Driver agreed with me.. I may need to take a long, hard look at myself...

8/11/2017 10:06:12 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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EXACTLY, freckle! If she's got all day to gossip with the girls, watch the soaps and complain she could at least be doing the housework. If she's a goldbrick then housework IS her work and she should have a go at the lawn and trimming the hedges too as she has plenty of time!

If this is domestic slavery then she ought to GET A JOB! They don't want equal rights, freckle, they want superior rights and in todays PC world they have them! They ought to GET OFF THEIR complaining ASSES and GET A JOB! This isn't the 50s girls!


Oh you'll get another chance, suzi, don't worry. I'm just surprised you aren't instead of



[Edited 8/11/2017 10:07:50 AM ]

8/11/2017 10:10:02 AMShould the man be the provider? 

driver406
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Quote from easttowest72:
Mr

Freckle men still want women to do all the cooking and cleaning.


You can't just be a goldbrick and contribute nothing but complaint, east! If you want to be a gold brick, go sit in Fort Knox. Women don't cook anymore and the guy can nuke something? Women don't clean anymore and the guy can do his own laundry.............. eventually.

8/11/2017 10:10:32 AMShould the man be the provider? 

easttowest72
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Stl I think that is great. Buying young so you can relax without a mortgage later.

Freckle not having would make a difference but there is still supper to cook, house to clean, and laundry to do. At 45 I'm not looking to work from before the Sun is up till after the Sun goes down. Life should be enjoyable at some point.

Driver women still cook clean and do laundry. You are thinking of your batchlor life. My daughter ask me to clean her dads house because he Doesnt.



[Edited 8/11/2017 10:12:23 AM ]