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Girls, Would you cook meal for your boyfriend occassionally?

You been dating this guy for sometime, every thing has been all good and he eventually ask you to assist him with cooking. Not every time, say occasionally.Girls would you be comfortable to do this and if she refuses, what could be the cause of her refusal?

I no need Aproko people for here !! Just your candid opinions.

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It ain't my duty to cook for NO BODY and people need to learn how to cook.

The men before they gotten married to women that are cooks...HOW WERE YOU EATING THEN? Stop making up life rules simply to fit WHAT YOU WANT... it is not a big deal if a woman doesn't cook because if she did....it doesn't mean YOU WOULD LIKE IT.

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nope i want cook for a bf but i can help him in his own cooking. i wont cook for him becoz it ain't my duty as a girlfriend to cook for him , i will only cook for him when were married simple

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Yeah i cook for him occasionally. I know he loves yam and bean porridge, lemonade, fish pepper soup coupled with ma sexy lip kiss (if i was a girl)

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Yeah, i can cook for the special one occassionally, that

is the only way i can add ''ogbe-leko-ko-miyo''!

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we both do the grocery and cooking together thats just how we like and do it

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Women Liberation?

Why won't a lady cook for her man?

No wonder the increase in frustrated single old ladies, hiding under the canopy of career woman.

Its sad and pathetic.

Thats why I love the song Cater To You by Destinys Child so much.

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Who be hauwa I no knowam oh. Na only Toyosi I know

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u may not understand jay. d fact is dat charity begins @ home. i'm not surprised @ ur post. if u do cook, then u wudn,t c any tin wrong wth cooking 4 him. u'll discover it's a nice chore 2 convert in2 a hobby, or dont u luv ur bf?

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@Hesperus, an ordinary boyfriend/girlfriend is one you're just passing time with, no attachment or committment whatsoever while a 'special' boyfriend/girlfriend is one you're committed to such as a fiance.

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A girl that does not like cooking when you are dating, What happens when and if you get married to her? That will be a very hectic problem right?

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are you in the magnetic field too? I no get plenty women oh Oju kan ni ada get na Toyosi only oh

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Call me anything. Body dey inside cloth, where have u been all this while? i don miss you die.

hauwa,

menene? Yaya kwanabiu. yaya kake. ki zo ki rungomeni. akoi sanyi anan, ina so bargo me jini

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Lol in the words of Xzibit: Now before i devote the rest of my life can you at least show a brother you can boil some rice

I like to know my girlfriend has other things to offer me besides some Bottom

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Thank you very much, this is how i see it.

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@ HeatFusion, lol i get what you are saying, If i was with a man that knows how to cook and actually cooks, i probably would be saying too "why cant he get up and cook, doesn't he have two hands"

"does he cook for himself? Does he ever try to learn to cook?" Trust me he has tried to learn how to cook and its a pain to watch. We've been together for a while now and he is a great man so me overlooking his cooking abilities is not a sacrifice to me. I think other people have serious issues than cooking.

"He's willing to learn to cook, why should that be a problem" Patience, i can fix a good dinner in 30mins, why would i want to be in the kitchen for 2hrs explaining how its all done. To some men, cooking is like algebra (lol don't murder me for this) but seriously, add two cups of water, one spoon of oil, it can be frustrating, ill rather do it my self.

I get your idea, there are so many things people would say dont do this or that while your courting. The truth is some nigerian men take would take you for granted if you do certain things before you are married. I guess its best for a lady to make her intentions clear before hand so he wont be thinking we are playing house or something like that. If you cook out of the goodness of your heart,  so be it. Before we met, i used to cook like that too, and had so much excess to give away to friends

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Cooking from gf is not required or expected, but is appreciated (wife na different matter). I can handle my biz well enough in the kitchen (and better than the average person based on responses).

On the other hand, if you shun cooking in general, problem go dey (cos I feel its laziness on your part), and while I like good cooking, the effort is what counts the most. I am willing to suffer through your trial and error, as I feel, like most things in life, cooking is an acquired skill and practice makes perfect.

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@lacrimose

I hope you're not getting a bad idea of the point am trying to make.

All am saying is, if a woman cooks for her man everyday while they're courting, then she better keep it up while they're married.

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I dont cook.So i wont and would never cook for a boyfriend.

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@ chiogo, can you please differentiate between an ordinary boyfriend and a special one?

For you to even call a guy your boyfriend defines it already, so where are the extra adjectives coming from again?

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true chiogo

not all friends deserve home-coked meals

tho i think to call him a boyfriend means he deserves it tho not always

i dont cook always for myself or my family

im not about to to start for a boyfriend

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thank God my mom taught(forced) me how to

cook.

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I cook for my boyfriend, just because i know he will starve if i don't cook(Literally) He has no idea how to cook

@ topic, i  think it depends on the situation, if he has family and sisters around, you don't have to cook for him frequently.

My boyfriend comes from a family of all boys and their mother did all the cooking, so they literally have no clue except fry egg and maybe plantain.

@chiogo, i catch ur drift, u definitely should not be cooking for someone you are not in a committed relationship with on a regular basis. I do cook for friends too when they come over so i don't think its a big deal.

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hellz the Bleep yeah!

if i can cook for ordinary friends y not a boyfriend?

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