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Man asks if he's wrong to expect wife to have dinner ready when he gets home.

Man asks if he's wrong to expect wife to have dinner ready when he gets home.

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Most families need two incomes to survive, which means that housework has to be split up somehow. It's especially tough if the out-of-home work isn't evenly split, either. So how do you decide what is fair, and what is exploitative?

A husband who works full-time is sometimes annoyed when his part-time working wife doesn't seem to do "her fair share" of the housework. Yes, he insists that he does housework, too! So he came to Reddit to best ask how to tell his wife that he would appreciate if she would put more effort into things... specifically, dinner.

Here is his dilemma with top comments from Reddit judges:

"AITA for expecting dinner to be ready when I get home after work?"

Please bear with me, title only allows so many characters, I know how misogynistic it seems.

Lol, great start.

My wife and I have been married for 6 years, we have 2 kids (6M & 4F). My wife works 3 days per week, while I work 5 days per week. My wife would like to work even less, or quit completely be a full time mommy. I support this, but I don't think it is a good idea for now for 2 simple reasons. We can't afford it, and my wife has very few friends and her job offers her a social circle she would otherwise not have.

Sources: Reddit
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