Woman and kitchen

By amal
@digiguru (421)
Bangalore, India
November 1, 2016 10:46pm CST
Recently we had a discussion regarding woman and kitchen.. In India most of women live more than 50%of their life inside kitchen.. but no one gives respect for her efforts in filling others stomach.. I am against this.. they shout be respected and praised for the time they spend for others happiness... What you guys think?
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@SIMPLYD (81659)
• Philippines
2 Nov 16
When i am at home on weekends , i am expected to cook since my in-laws said i cook deliciously . Anyway , i don't like cooking , when the members of the house doesn't even thank or praise what i cook . So , i can understand why you are against such attitude also .
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@digiguru (421)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
Rather than thanking and praising mostly they tend to complain.. I never did this to my mom.. I used to suggest like salt could have been less or more.. since I know well how much hard she works. Even I prepare food while at out of station
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@SIMPLYD (81659)
• Philippines
2 Nov 16
@digiguru I so agree . At least they could have said to lessen the salt or sugar as the case maybe . not complain . It's a good thing , at home my aunt -in-law from the US , who came to stay with us for good , always praise my cooking . But the parents -in-law and hubby , they keep eating . However , when i feel nasty, i ask my hubby if it is good and he would say , a bit salty or bland but delicious . And i would tell him "good at least you appreciated my cooking or else next time , i shall not be cooking anymore" and they will all laugh . Bah , i meant it .
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@digiguru (421)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
@SIMPLYD ha ha..nice idea
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@XinfulThotz (4184)
• Singapore, Singapore
2 Nov 16
everyone should be respected and people should not take for granted of what they have.
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@Happy2BeMe (74975)
• Canada
2 Nov 16
I agree
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@digiguru (421)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
You are correct...but it's not what happens in actual
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• Singapore, Singapore
2 Nov 16
@digiguru it takes everyone of us to contribute a bit to make the world a better one.
@ms1864 (6975)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
Honestly i don't think cooking is just a women's job anymore. Men cook too. But yes. Appreciation should be given to the person who is making the effort.
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@Hatley (164507)
• Garden Grove, California
2 Nov 16
gooid for ypu tgat us si giid ti hear women should be appreciated for sure
@digiguru (421)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
This appreciation happens very little...