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My Wife To Be Cannot Cook Very Well. Does It Matter?

I am the kind that dont eat outside even when I was in school. I am a good cook but it hurts me when I correct her mistakes while cooking. The worst is that she cant prepare my best dishes. Can I still proceed with d wedding or it doesnt matter. Cos I DONT JOKE WITH FOOD.

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She will pay more attention in learning how to cook now she is still single. If you fail to teach her now she will get relaxed after marriage.

Then be prebared to eat rubbish all through your life.

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Hey guy,i was only joking but the fact is u have 2 let i know nd make her understand d kind of woman u want her 2 be concerning dis issue.Let her c friends dat are pros when u talk of cooking,if she rily luv u,she will heed 2 ur words nd do them 2 please u.at the end of the day,u guys will be so happy cos i can c it is only cooking dat happens 2 be her own weakness,thank God 4 u.

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if xynerise is truely married as he says,

then i truely would become a grand father within the next couple of days

This guy still get like 6more years ahead, he is not yet MARRIED ooh

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To question

then cook for her.

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send her to mama put or Iya Tawa or Mama Ibeji; they will teach her.

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why do guys always find excuses for everything, oh so she can't, it is no big deal.

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@ d amaka-he said "his wife to be".

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And what excuse have the girl for her poor culinary skills? My guess is she is one of those girls who sit around the lounge doing her nails and chatting away with friends while the househelp/cook prepares the family meal. While i subscribe to the idea that in the modern world both parties should do their share, the basic fact is the woman has a lot more responsibility around the house and things like decent cooking is a requisite for wife material.

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LOL. . We cannot tell

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now you have a wife? sigh. . .

NLers and their lies.

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@poster, can u cook? if yes teacher her in a romantic way

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@poster, can u cook? if yes teacher in a romantic way

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poster i think teaching will be a bit romantic, if i may ask who do the household chores,can she keep her home neat,if not run for your life

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I bet U cant cook either! Is cooking Heaven and earth? Abeg Joooooo

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What!!!!!!!!!!

Your wife cant cook! Anyway train her ur self or

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Make a decision b4 it's too late, i don't play with my stomach, and i am a good cook too. this is why my wife must be a good cook. sorry  4 those ladies on NL that are saying it doesn't matter, hmmmmmmmm i pity una

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Im sorry everyone should know how to cook.  I think the suggestion to send her to your mother for lessons is a good idea.  You will probably hurt her feelings by damning her all the time at home!

I dont joke with food either!

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lmao, birds of d same feathers.

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Thats a serious matter. Like u said u dnt like eating outside, well either u prepare u mind 2 manage n cook when u can & if u cnt then prepare 2 be a fast food fan or better get her 2 learn b4 u marry her.

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abba,dont employ a cook instead teach her

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Then teach her to cook. . .especially the dishes you love. problem solved!

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since you love, her doesn't know how to cook is a little problem that can be sort out amicably, (1) by sending her to a catering school, (2) or let her stay with your mum for sometime sothat she can learn your favourite (3) or employ a cook at home.

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@ Poster,

Simple solution. Send her to live with your mum for about 2 weeks. Mums house is the best catering school ever.

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Do you want to marry a cook or someone that loves you and want to spend the rest of her life with you? If she can't cook get a cook r send her to a catering school.

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