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posted 11/23/2006 5:59:24 PM |
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I'm seeing a girl and I have expressed how important getting a meal is. She refuses to cook for me and she will not even get me a plate if someone else cooks. This is very important to me. What should I do. I have explained how important this is to her numerous times. I'm thinking about cutting her off. What do you think?

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emewz44

Nov 23 @ 6:08PM  
emewz44

Nov 23 @ 6:08PM  
kolosus

Nov 23 @ 6:37PM  
What she wont cook dinner?

OK. Option 1: Leave her NOW.

Option 2: Leave her later. Preferably after banging her (carnally, not physically)

But leave her you must! Cannot cook? That is a deal breaker!
StraddleMyNose

Nov 23 @ 6:50PM  
Well, it's always good to have a gf cook for you, and most guys like that. But my advice to you is to learn how to cook if that's not possible.
lawdawgadub

Nov 23 @ 8:36PM  
I know how to cook and I have cooked for her in the past.
xtrawoman

Nov 23 @ 10:16PM  
If you have already talked to her about how important it is for her to cook for you, and she is still unwilling to try maybe she is not the woman for you. You need to look within yourself and see if this is truely important to you. If is is and she is not willing then she is not the one for you.
blackcherri

Nov 24 @ 12:13AM  
Baby boy let me break you off a piece of knowledge:

First of all, I think you have discovered one of many things this woman is not going to be doing for you. She sounds selfish. She had no objections to you doing something for her but when it came time to return the gesture she couldn't be bothered.

Second, reading between the lines it I get the feeling that you are always doing for her, that she is always on the receiving end of this relationship. Am I right? It totally amazes me that men stay in relationships like that.

If she won't do something as simple as cook for you I don't thing your relationship has much of a future. Think about it! Thanksgiving is like America's national eating day, the day we all give thanks. She sounds like a bitch, and a thankless bitch at that.

Third, I think some one is trying to give you a wake up call. Being in a relationship where your mate doesn't like to do things for you is not really a relationship. So since actions speak louder than words, she's clearly shouting to you that your wants and needs are not important to her.
lawdawgadub

Nov 24 @ 7:30AM  
Blachcherri I think you're right.
zena343

Nov 24 @ 8:16AM  
Well I'm thinking, why don't you get your own plate, and while your at it bring her one!!! Also if her cooking for you is sooooo important, I think you need a reality check. I would think the important things would be love, respect, honesty, trust and these are just a few things, but if food is your top priority, your in trouble. Good luck with cutting her off, it goes both ways.
lawdawgadub

Nov 24 @ 1:12PM  
Well to repond to zena343. If I didn't open doors for her or tell her sweet things or hold her when she needed it I'd be a jerk. Although those things do not have any value to me, but because she values them and I care for her I should do them right? Well I value food and especially the preparation thereof. It makes a guy feel all those warm and fuzzies women get from other things. We're supposed to do that TRADITIONAL SHIT, but you can't make a plate or fix a meal. What a freakin double standard.

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