Is that why you married her?

Did you say you married her
To be taking care of you?
Is that why you married her?
Did you marry a wife
Or you got a caretaker?

Did you say you married her
To be serving you?
Is that why you married her?
Did you marry a wife
Or you got a servant?

Did you say you married her
To be cooking for you?
Is that why you married her?
Did you marry a wife
Or you got a cook?

Did you say you married her
To be taking care of your home?
Is that why you married her?
Did you marry a wife
Or you got a housekeeper?

Did you say you married her
To produce children for you?
Is that why you married?
Did you marry a wife
Or you got an engine
For child production?

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15 thoughts on “Is that why you married her?

              1. Anonymous

                For far too long feminists have lived on their pedestals in a bubble and lied to themselves so often they have lost all touch with reality. So that they can’t handle it when along comes a man that challenges them. I for one am tired of being lied too.

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  1. Considering that women who marry expect a roof over their head, clothes to wear, food to eat, a car to drive, money in their pocket, a man to nag and a slave to their honey due lists…

    You seem to have forgotten the scripture “woman was made for man and not the man for woman.

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    1. Indeed, there are many excellent men. Some women are also very difficult to live with. It’s actually a two-way traffic. Sometimes you find a very nice man having it hot in the hands of his wife and vice versa. What we should pray for, I think, is real love and understanding from both sides.

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      1. Anonymous

        Many years ago on the Prodigy BB’s a woman was complaining that men liked younger women as opposed to older. When I pointed out that women expected for men to pay for everything. She asked didn’t women have the right to be taken care of so I asked her since that was the case didn’t men have the right to buy as much woman as they could afford? I see your point she replied.

        What today’s women (of which far too many expect something for nothing) have forgotten is that there is always two parties in a transaction and men have the absolute right to expect to get something in return for their emotional and financial investment.

        Today’s technology has nearly rendered a woman’s labor in the home obsolete leaving her only one thing left to offer. And if a man doesn’t want children he can live a happy, successful and fulfilling life with out having to put up with her distemper.

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