Works both ways.
Ladies, if you want to get your oil changed, put out.Doesn't sound good phrased that way, does it?
Sounds ok to me! Win-win!
Of course it helps if all the guy is wearing is an apron, right?
Indeed, Bob!Let's put it this way:Messy house = stressy woman,stressy woman does not = sexy woman.So...less messy = less stressy = more sexy.Ta-DA!
I have lived alone most of my adult life. My girlfriend has not (married twice) and she still doesn't understand why I do a lot of the housework(besides the fact she is disabled and it hurts her to do a lot of it). Hey, when I lived alone, if I didn't do my laundry and clean the dishes and the bathtub, it didn't get done at all. And clean is a good thing!
I have a female friend whose philosophy has been, "all I ask is that you take out the trash and change the oil in my car."
Breda, I agree with your math, but you're making my brain hurt!
Tale of Two Brains:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxtUH_bHBxsfunny, and very true!
My initial thought before reading the article was of a single guy bringing a woman home, pushing dirty laundry off the couch, then trying to get frisky. If it's "she'll feel sexier if the house is clean", OK. If it is "I'll do a chore I'd rather skip if you do a chore you'd rather skip", theres a serious problem somewhere.
I don't have that problem. But my idea of a pick-up line is, "IF YOU STRUGGLE YOU WILL ONLY MAKE IT HARDER!" done with an Austrian accent.How can they see how messy it is with that blindfold on, anyway?
Ah, and I was thinking it was age that was the problem - come to think of it - that is the problem, I was a soldier so long I don't understand dirt, clutter nor messiness... but Hugh Hefner has four blonde bubble heads (but then he always has been wired wrong). Ah, well the death of better America - Sex, Easy, Free!!! three bad, bad words.
So, aside from doing all the cooking- I'm supposed to clean up, too?
no, Kurt - I think that qualifies.
Sounds like feminist propaganda to me. I'm doing almost all the housework right now, and I'm not getting any. Granted, there are extenuating circumstances...like a wife with a broken leg.Really, we've worked out a division of labor that pretty much works for us.
I think that's what matters, Jeffrey - if it works for you. But I think the point might be being missed here - it's not about bartering at all. It's about not trading one service for another. It's about how many women might have a hard time relaxing and getting "in the mood" if there's dirty laundry and dishes piled up.Also, if sex is viewed as a service to be bartered, well...that's a problem that's not likely to be fixed with a little housework anyway.
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