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    Wife Cooks and Cleans?

    If only it was permanent... She's on summer break... it's soo sweet though.

    any thoughts on Man/woman living situations. nothing like a 'housewife' I say. though it insures no marketable skills whatsoever. oppositely there is nothing like an earning woman.

    She goes crazy and has nothing to talk about because she hangs with the dogs, or a toddler all day. -weirdo
    The reason i say that is because i used to think a house wife was the best way to raise kids, but i've since seen the light and now i'm of the mindset that a working mom is the best way to go. Our schools are pretty good and we might be able to afford PS one day.

    man i love the treatment though. a king a king!!!
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    Yours is better then mine. I need a wife too. Instead I have a lady who comes in every other week to clean. No one cooks for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGymRat View Post
    Yours is better then mine. I need a wife too. Instead I have a lady who comes in every other week to clean. No one cooks for me.
    Jaysus you got more than me I have to do it all myself ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCI
    Jaysus you got more than me I have to do it all myself ha
    I pay her. LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGymRat View Post
    Yours is better then mine. I need a wife too. Instead I have a lady who comes in every other week to clean. No one cooks for me.

    That's exactly what me and my wife need! a Maid!

    how much do you pay her a month? and how often? I know that depends on the maid, but for starters do you mind telling me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C3RB3RUS View Post
    nothing like a 'housewife' I say. though it insures no marketable skills whatsoever.
    Not true. She could be a maid, cook, or a nanny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C3RB3RUS
    That's exactly what me and my wife need! a Maid!
    She is worth every penny!!!! I was trying to do it all like DCI, lol, but I needed some downtime. I was either working, working out, or cleaning/grocery shopping/cooking. Something had to go.....no time for the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonaparte View Post
    Not true. She could be a maid, cook, or a nanny.

    you're a smart guy, B. I know you know what i mean. 'Great' Cook, sure, but anything else, tisk tisk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGymRat View Post
    I pay her. LoL
    I'm too poor to pay someone so will have to make do haha

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    Mine cleans like a maniac, and can cook her ass off but I prefer to cook. I love cooking..... Now if I'm working all day - I come home to a hot meal. We have a great relationship.
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    For the record.... Mine also works 8hrs a day
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    I cook, clean, grocery shop, take care of dogs, work 50+ a week....list goes on..

    She enjoys it all.....

    She's cooked twice for.me in 5 years. Burnt pans so bad (brand new) had t ok throw away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C3RB3RUS
    That's exactly what me and my wife need! a Maid! how much do you pay her a month? and how often? I know that depends on the maid, but for starters do you mind telling me?
    I found an older lady. I only pay $70 every other week but my place is not hard to clean. No pets. No kids. It's easy $ for her. Place is neat and orderly. I have bedrooms that no one sleeps in. Bathrooms no one uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCI
    I'm too poor to pay someone so will have to make do haha
    I highly doubt this. You just have expensive hobbies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGymRat View Post
    I highly doubt this. You just have expensive hobbies.
    This is true holidays and car parts are expensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCI View Post
    This is true holidays and car parts are expensive
    Yea, so true. i totally hate all that stuff. hahaha. im being serious. haha

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    this should be a poll to see whos wife cooks and cleans.
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    My wife cooks, cleans, does the yard work, walks the dogs, keeps the kids on check for school and the 6days a week of after school activities. And 90% of the time is my training partner.
    I have repeatedly offered to get a service to come in and have the house done a couple times a week for her. She won't have that.
    I show my appreciation as much as I can, give her as much of mine time that my job allows, get her away a few times a year on vacation (just us), and am willing to give up my free time to stay home with the kids so she can go out "with the girls"
    I'd really like to give her more of a break but like I said, she won't let me hire the work out.
    We are happy this way.
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    I live alone, i cook alone, i clean alone I'm not lazy i like to do things my self. I don't work tho so i have a lot of free time

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    Quote Originally Posted by RigPig View Post
    My wife cooks, cleans, does the yard work, walks the dogs, keeps the kids on check for school and the 6days a week of after school activities. And 90% of the time is my training partner.
    I have repeatedly offered to get a service to come in and have the house done a couple times a week for her. She won't have that.
    I show my appreciation as much as I can, give her as much of mine time that my job allows, get her away a few times a year on vacation (just us), and am willing to give up my free time to stay home with the kids so she can go out "with the girls"
    I'd really like to give her more of a break but like I said, she won't let me hire the work out.
    We are happy this way.
    Is she Asian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euroholic View Post
    I live alone, i cook alone, i clean alone I'm not lazy i like to do things my self. I don't work tho so i have a lot of free time
    Honestly my gf doesnt do much because by the time she is ready to do it i've already done it. I just do things with out a second thought. Im hungry..i go cook. I do work though so sometimes its nice to have her do stuff. What do you mean you dont work? you retired?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAAS View Post
    Honestly my gf doesnt do much because by the time she is ready to do it i've already done it. I just do things with out a second thought. Im hungry..i go cook. I do work though so sometimes its nice to have her do stuff. What do you mean you dont work? you retired?

    Yes i am. Over a year now.

    I agree with you. I don't allow my self to rely on other people because they wont do what you want them to do or they will just let you down. Its so much easier and enjoyable to do things your self

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAAS
    Is she Asian?
    Nope lol, just a good women that enjoys being a housewife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RigPig View Post
    Nope lol, just a good women that enjoys being a housewife.
    Just like Carmela soprano

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    My wife is a Professor so if anything this would be the reverse for me, but luckily we have a maid that comes 7 days/week. She does pretty much everything one could imagine and more (cleans, cooks, laundry, ironing etc). This morning she had taken my daughters shoes and cleaned them so they looked like they came directly from the store. If I ever had to give up this lady I am not sure what the heck I would do.

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    Sounds like there is some real lucky people out there as my mrs only works part time and i still have to cook and clean after a 44hr week as a truck mechanic

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    Quote Originally Posted by C3RB3RUS
    If only it was permanent... She's on summer break... it's soo sweet though. any thoughts on Man/woman living situations. nothing like a 'housewife' I say. though it insures no marketable skills whatsoever. oppositely there is nothing like an earning woman. She goes crazy and has nothing to talk about because she hangs with the dogs, or a toddler all day. -weirdo The reason i say that is because i used to think a house wife was the best way to raise kids, but i've since seen the light and now i'm of the mindset that a working mom is the best way to go. Our schools are pretty good and we might be able to afford PS one day. man i love the treatment though. a king a king!!!
    Mine works 4 days a week 7am-7pm. Split house here. We both do everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCI
    Jaysus you got more than me I have to do it all myself ha
    Same here but I don't have much to clean up.

    I just need someone to dust!

    Maybe I need a French maid, hmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginCajun View Post
    Same here but I don't have much to clean up.

    I just need someone to dust!

    Maybe I need a French maid, hmmmmmmmmmmmm
    Yeh I hate hoovering eveything else doesnt bother me really. I'll take a spainish maid thanks

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    My wife is ocd and loves to clean... But with two boys under 5 it's a lost cause to say the least! But I appreciate her drive and determination to make the attempt to keep our home clean and organized. every so often I pay a lady to come and clean our house so my wife can come home and have a break but it only last a couple days till the boys have it destroyed lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euroholic View Post
    Yes i am. Over a year now.

    I agree with you. I don't allow my self to rely on other people because they wont do what you want them to do or they will just let you down. Its so much easier and enjoyable to do things your self
    How do you retire at age of 23?? Hit the lottery!!!LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joco71
    How do you retire at age of 23?? Hit the lottery!!!LOL
    Ask him how much he needed to retire? As I recall is was $50k. That's not nearly enuff for me but then again I don't have my own chickens and rosters and I am not a farmer. He does seem to live an austere lifestyle.

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    I'm in the opposite boat. Wife is still active duty air force. During the day I stay home with my 2 year old son who destroys the house faster than I can keep up with. I'm going to lose my deposit and then some on this place. At night I have a few clients I'm training but my location makes it hard to find a full time job that will pay me what I'm worth

    I manage to bulk cook for both of us and I keep the kitchen and master bath clean.... other than that it everything else stays in a state of perpetual "half ass cleaned" until her day off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joco71 View Post
    How do you retire at age of 23?? Hit the lottery!!!LOL
    Im 26 i own my own home i own my car. I had a little bit of savings that i have invested into a strawberry farm that should be paying out dividends soon. Im not rich by no means. And i doubt i ever will be But i live a comfortable lifestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyGymRat View Post
    Ask him how much he needed to retire? As I recall is was $50k. That's not nearly enuff for me but then again I don't have my own chickens and rosters and I am not a farmer. He does seem to live an austere lifestyle.
    I started with just over 100. austere. Yes and no. I don't go with out anything. I have some quite expensive tastes in suits/leather jackets and louis Vuitton loafers. I just think so many people mismanage there money. They buy crap they don't need and they don't plan out there life properly. When i left the army at 22 they were going to give me a life pension but i choose not to i went to work to set my self up were i want to be. I could not think of anything worse than being old and waking up to go work everyday. Its about working smartly.

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    My wife cooks some and cleans some. It drives me crazy. I built our house myself with only my 2 hands. She knows how much I put into us having a nice home. I think she just likes to pissed me off. Lol

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    My husband helps quite a bit with all the household stuff. I don't have a job, but I have some minor business interests that I look after. Although I probably do more (and definitely more of the legwork for our son - education, music sports, etc. in his life) than my husband, I would say he does a hell of a lot given that I don't have a job. I feel lucky that my husband is supportive - if I had to look after everything it would seriously cut into my reading time (I'm doing some research in quantum biology and am simultaneously working on a book).

    For many years we had help in the house five days a week, but I'd really like my husband to be able to retire quite early, and paying school fees and conservatoire fees etc., plus funding household help when we could share the responsibility of daily living just doesn't feel like a good choice with early retirement as a goal.
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    Angel, do you have any younger single sisters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Angel, do you have any younger single sisters?
    i already have dibs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginCajun View Post
    i already have dibs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ^^^^^^You guys aren't right. LOL

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