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Interesting discussion follows Man’s Tweet on cleaning up after his wife cooks



This Twitter user @mrjasonowilson started an interesting discussion on the social networking platform after he posted a photo of him and his son cleaning the kitchen.

He captioned the photo “For 19 years I’ve always cleaned the kitchen after my wife cooks. I am training my son to do the same. Marriage is not 50/50 it’s 100/100!”

@mrjasonowilson describes himself as a man saving boys through the Cave of Adullam “a Transformational Training Academy engaged in teaching, training and transforming boys into comprehensive men of God.”

We love the discourse that followed and particularly because the discussants were civil (we’re talking about Twitter here! LOL).

See below:

Some people thought there were other things involved:

Smart man!

Some learnt an important lesson also:

… and  Nigerians came to play!


  1. Uju

    August 9, 2017 at 11:05 pm

    Nigerians always digest the reverse, why???

  2. Anne

    August 10, 2017 at 12:07 am

    Aww. Well done sir . God bless.

  3. Californiabawlar

    August 10, 2017 at 2:01 am

    Chai!!! Nigerians never have anything witty or intelligent to add to any discussion. You see the guy didn’t even answer them. Lol.

    Anyways, me o! I will feed any man that can help me clean up till he needs additional buckle on an airplane!
    I (and a legion of sisters out there) HATE cleaning up after cooking. Especially when you now have to wash all the big big pots ? Funny thing is I’ll happily clean up after someone else cooks… it’s almost mutually exclusive, lol.
    Well even as progressive thinking as I hope my man is, I understand that most people don’t like doing dishes/cleaning, so that’s a battle I won’t be fighting. Now there’s a catch! When I calculate my battery power and I estimate that I’ll be out of energy by the time I’m done cooking, then I just don’t bother cooking nothing. The only thing worse than an empty stomach is a nasty kitchen stinking your house up.

  4. Laila

    August 10, 2017 at 5:11 am

    Let me respect myself. Thank God for dishwasher and hand gloves.

  5. john

    August 10, 2017 at 7:51 am

    what I have learnt from black people especially Nigerians is that they tend to leave the good things and only copy the bad things from Western culture ..things that dont matter and irrelevant

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