Marriage advice, with your pal, bingbing

You know a man’s gotta eat. As does a lady. They are human after all.

And there’s nothing better than a lady cooking up a feed for her man.

Yet basic survival aside, there’s no reason not to have some good ol’ romantic fun in the kitchen.

However, boys, we know, sometimes, in the name of love, we don’t always receive the correct meal. Something about our health, virility, or some other kind of pseudo science gets in the way.

There is a solution.

If the meal is fine, do nothing. Maybe prepare a space on the eating surface, whatever that may be.

If not, just add one pellet of dry cat food under the watchful eye of said master chef.

Obviously one pellet of dry cat food will make no difference whatsoever – taste-wise – to the morsels, but it will send a message.

Chances are, Wifey, will then…

She’ll go completely psycho and chuck out the diet meal you didn’t want in the first place!

…allow yourself (in the most liberal sense of the definition) to prepare… YOUR… dish of choice… namely what you actually want to eat.

Stray tuned (sic) for more marriage advice.

Also: whilst doing so, you’ll be able to sneak in a few more drinks.

    • mabba
    • July 2nd, 2012

    Not the best advice, esp. when your wife is a really good cook- & even a wife who cooks for you. And then it’s all complicated by the cultural thingy…just suck it up (literally)…and don’t reply; any reply will incriminate you.

    • minicapt
    • July 2nd, 2012

    Do this five nights in a row, then get back to us.


    • Empirical evidence can be very important at times, but this time I’ve decided to go with the model predictions.

    • philjourdan
    • July 2nd, 2012

    I think I will wait until after your 10th anniversary to heed your marriage advice. πŸ˜‰

    • Probably a good idea. πŸ˜‰

    • Carpe Jugulum
    • July 3rd, 2012

    Be a stand up alpha male who takes charge – the average asian woman will kick you in the nuts, but you will get a lot of cudos from your inlaws.

    Take this advice at your peril. πŸ™‚

    • And I don’t know whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing that I know exactly what you mean.

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