But he thinks he’s helping.
Make him clean up after he does cook! I cook, and I clean too!! Of course, I am unmarried but I wouldn’t make my mom or sister clean up either.
I think she is saying he uses too many big pans. I did the cooking and that looks like my day today!
Take him out to eat next time and see how that tastes.
Lots of KP.
HMMmmm..new rule: he who uses over two pots does the dishes……
He who makes no mess makes little or nothing else.
I think that was my wife and I today. I tried to clean up but she took that job away from me.
Don’t you just love the Cooking “Holidays”?
The 1970s called. They want their punchline back.
Because all you do is sleep and avoid work? Because Sarge beats you up? Because you feel like a 70 year old private? Because you have an urge to call Ludwig “Otto?”
Better than the other way around.
I guess this is the thanksgiving theme we asked for yesterday??
I decided years ago that God made restaurants for a reason.
Rule is, when I cook, I clean.
Don’t be ridiculous. Beetle Bailey is not real. He’s just a comic strip character.
A sexier Miss Buxley!
Can you play tennis with the turkey meatballs?
Does Arlo expect to see his reflection in those pots?
Every marriage has its’ own system. Our deal is I cook, you clean. My wife does most of the cooking, so I do most of the cleaning.
Hate to break it to you Janis, but you’re already in a comic strip.
my wife and I just help each other with the cooking and cleaning.
It could be worse. She could feel like Sad Sack.
or because it’s messhall grub?
I have the opposite problem. I live alone, so of course, I do all the dishes. But whenever I visit my daughter-in-law and son, I try to help with the cleanup and they flat out refuse to allow it. They want me to be a total “guest”. I even have to fight to pay the check when I take them out for dinner. 99% of the time I win that one, but sometimes, my son beats me to the server for the check.
I cook, I clean. My husband cooks, he cleans.