Don’t cook for your husband. When he comes home, just face Pokemon Go or change African Magic Channels. As a man, also do nothing. Just loaf around, wearing uneven Ankara looking for ludo partner.
The Man of God said don’t marry a woman that cannot cook, I advise you too, don’t do it. I remembered one ex-girlfriend served Seye (my brother) and I white rice and stew, we looked at each other and passed a long message – Toh. Well, not because of food it did not work out with her but believe me, it was an unanswered query.
A woman is the foremost home keeper & cooking plays a role in that. Before you start abusing me saying this is slavery, I wish you knew my wife more. I won’t add anything to that. Though I still throw my shoes and ties in the living room, I am still taking correction and she is helping me in days she can’t complain.
In fact, when my wife was away for three and half months, it was only Indomie and sardine that I could do. The world did not stop spinning. When she came back, I returned to efo riro and amala. I love it. It is called perks of marriage. I am here in Stanford and I just hate these burgers and lettuce. Meanwhile, my wife fried goat meat for me on this trip, how do I get that as a single? She packed all my clothes knowing so well my late packing for trips makes me forget nearly everything but my laptop. I also found out that I am not longer Ajepako. Gari still plenty here but cornflakes finished.
Don’t also be a lazy man. I added more teeth to my hustle since we had Wuraola. It is called responsibility.
Marriage is not compulsory and if you are still single and can’t listen to basic instructions, this is not your business.
And before you lecture me about your mutual exclusiveness theory of feminism, I have a wife and daughter. Each day, I am conscious of the fact they have to live to their full potentials. We both have absolute responsibilities to fulfill our dreams. Not picking small squabble on food, there are bigger issues jare. If they are talking to like they are civilized or post-modern, seriously? You are more civilized than the Japanese who have been riding high speed trains for 50 years?
Finally, advice by Pastor Adeboye is the absolute truth. If you go into marriage picking roles from the whistle, I will be praying for you. This is what Baba said I should do. I have an uncle that takes his plates to the kitchen when he finishes eating, he taught me a lesson.
This lesson is not for all this Twitter and Facebook “pick me” correctness. You will be alright.
Can I please have my legendary Ayinla Omowura “Ise ile”?
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