Don Juan

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2006-02-14 05:47:53 (UTC)

The Bitch?

Am I really doomed to be the bitch in any relationship I ever have? Just because
I know how to cook, clean, and don't like living in filth? My roomate's g/f said
something to me tonight that really weighs heavy on me: I was cleaning up after
supper (which I had cooked) and she came in and said, "When you get married
you're going to have to be the bitch." I just kinda looked at her with a soapy
spoon in my hand and she walked away. Surely just because people my age
don't clean, cook, or even know how dosen't mean that I can't find anyone in this
world that doesn't mind sharing the responsibilities of a houshold. My roomie is
definately going to have to find someone to take care of him because the boy
can't even warm stuff up without help. I guess I should feel sorry for his
girlfriend. I don't think she knows what she's missing. It's really a shame too
because she's a great girl... except for that comment that she probably wasn't
thinking about when she said. Can I help that I was brought up right and know
how to do these things? I don't particularly like to clean, but I hate to live in a
pigsty. I learned a long time ago that if I was going to have to cook for myself, I
was going to do it right. I like to eat good, it's not my fault. I guess I need to
find a girl like 'dear ole mom.' But I think that women age into what she's
become. Hell, my dad had to teach her how to cook. I'm not against cooking
and doing womanly (I'm not a shovanistic pig by far... but damn!!) things, but
I'm not going to do them and the manly things too. I'm a construction worker
by trade and very manly... but I'll be damned if I'm going to marry a girl that
doesn't know the difference between a hammer and a hairbrush. I don't expect
that the girl I want to marry will want me not to know how to cook either. As
soon as I find that girl, I'm going to hold on with both hands and never let go.
It's been a tough find so far, but maybe one day.