At first I didn't think it was so bad because I do many of the first few things listed but as it continued all I could do was laugh.
Don't complain if he stays out all night?
His conversion his more important than your own?
ROFL!! I've never considered myself a feminist but....wow. LOL
**I put this in general parenting because I guess there's not a home and garden section?
Answer by MoMoFu at 12:03 AM on Sep. 4, 2010
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Answer by lovinangels at 12:06 AM on Sep. 4, 2010
I was a child born in 1960 and my oldest sister was born in 1950. This type of learning was quite the norm. I asked my sister once what she was going to be when she grew up, a wife, was the answer. She said without a man a woman would die of poverty. I know this sounds all June Cleaver (Leave it to Beaver) stuff, but I spent my 16th birthday summer learning to cook and how to entertain. Back in the day a wife's ability to have great parties and teas was essential to her husbands career. Funny how it turned out for me, I out ranked my husband while on active duty military. To this day I still make more money then he ever dreamed of. We are not married, but I had my share of tea parties and all that other bull that Officer's Wives Club did. They never did have and Officer's Husband Club! My Mom was very 'progressive' for her time, she told me don't marry a doctor, BE a doctor.
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