Settle an Argument: Gourmet Gal vs. Microwave Man
Jonathan, 36, and Hayley, 30, have been married for six years and have no kids. Hayley is the primary cook in their household. She gets off work before Jonathan does, so she starts making dinner as soon as she gets home. Hayley loves to try new recipes to impress Jonathan when he gets home, but they usually end up taking a long time so they are forced to eat a late dinner. Jonathan is always starving by the time he gets off and wants dinner on the table upon his arrival. He says he would settle for a meal that's not as tasty, but quicker to prepare. She would rather put more effort into her cooking. Who's right in this situation?
She says:I get bored eating the same thing for dinner all the time, so I like to mix it up, no matter how long it takes. What's so wrong about putting a little love into your cooking?
He says:We've been married for several years now, so why does she still feel the need to impress me? She doesn't have to go all out for dinner. A quick and easy meal is fine with me. I just prefer to eat right away in the evenings.
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