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Dirty Dishes, Divorce, and Democracy

Thane_of_Duninsane Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 12:56 PM
I send my bride off to work every day while I piddle about the house with various "projects" designed to keep me busy in retirement. In the early evening, I fix dinner, a project which I enjoy and during which I usually manage to create an unholy mess in the kitchen. After we eat, my wife cleans up the mess I've made. I don't know if it's "fair" - but it works for me.

Throughout history many wars and disputes have been started over men who could not agree- however a recent study has brought cheers and high fives to members of the male gender across the globe. 

According to a Norwegian study, ”Equality in the Home,” couples who share housework have a 50 per cent higher divorce rate than couples where the woman does most of the household chores.  Because the role of housekeeper is stereotypically played by the wife, this study only looked into marriages where the man worked outside the home and even if the woman did as well, it concluded that if...

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