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    "WHEN A (WIFE) ASKS DO YOU LIKE THIS RECIPE?" WHAT SHES REALLY SAY'IN IS .......

    +4  Views: 395 Answers: 5 Posted: 9 years ago

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    if you dont , cook for yourself..
    Many times when you go through a lot of effort to cook, it's not for you it's for someone you love or care about. To receive praise after all the effort is just a natural thing to want. It's just like your boss telling you that you've done a great job.

    A little praise goes a long way. Tell her as long as there's no poison in it you like the recipe.
    "WHAT MY (WIFE) IS SAY'IN IS "GET USE TO IT!"
    As a wife and long time cook I prefer the truth. I do not want to make a recipe again if "HE" doesn't care for it.
    However, if I like it I will make it for myself.
    My he is truly happy with only a few things:
    A- Some sort of dead cow
    B-Potatoes

    Back to your question: "I don't really care for it but I thank you for trying something new."
    When I first got married I insisted on cooking our first meal.

    When we had finished I quizzed my wife on all aspects of the meal. She told me it was the best one she had ever had.

    So I said "Right that is the standard I expect from you every day."
    Mmouse

    You are a bad boy. How long did that marriage last?


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