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Women who can't cook
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27 / M / Seattle
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Posted 10/3/14 , edited 10/3/14
Have you met one? Yes...most women I know actually.

Does it matter? No it doesn't. I can cook well, so if she cannot we are still good (plus I can teach her)

Does it impact a relationship when you find out? Not really...I mean it can in small ways but nothing over the top.

Does she make the honest effort to try and learn? I would like her to try because I will get lazy and not want to cook everyday eventually...BUT...I wouldn't hold it against her.
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25 / M / TORONTO
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Posted 10/3/14
doesnt really matter to me, I love to cook so it would be cool with me
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22 / F / Anime World
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In my family, if you are a girl and if you still don't know how to cook by the age of 18 you are a failure as a woman and as a future wife. This is on my family of course.
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26 / M / Winland
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I'm used to it. My mom barely ever made anything, it was my dad who made the food when I was a kid lol
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19 / M / Purgatory
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I don't think I would care whether or not they could cook.

I already cook most of my food and I know how to prepare and serve a meal that won't kill 9/10 people.
I'm decent at cooking, still improving. But decent nonetheless.
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Women shouldn't be expected to cook in a hetero relationship. I feel like it should be an equal effort in all relationships. And if neither of you'z can cook, you're screwed so ya betta learn if you're capable.
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24 / F
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Posted 10/3/14
i seriously hope this is some kind of joke, the OP really needs to leave the 50's cause that shit doesn't fly anymore lol!
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24 / F / Iwatobi!!
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Posted 10/3/14
I think cooking is a life skill EVERYONE needs. Men and women. I mean you have to eat to live so you have to cook too xD You don't have to be a pro, just know how to use a hob and oven. I don't cook a lot but I can cook. Sometimes it's fun but my bf is better than me lol.
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well then.... good thing you met me c: lolz you now have a personal Chef ^^
Posted 10/3/14
women who cant cook shoul find a man who can. then they can teach them
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26 / M / Cape Coral, FL
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Have you met one? So far, every girl I've dated hasn't been able to cook (besides ramen and mac n cheese)
Does it matter? It didn't to me, since I enjoy cooking, and mom taught me how to anyways...
Does it impact a relationship when you find out? Not to me. Like I said, I don't mind doing it, I enjoy it!
Does she make the honest effort to try and learn? One did, she was my first love, and I tried teaching her 'my way' but she didn't enjoy it all too much.

Oh well, bottom line, I love cooking. I'd much rather cook for her than her for me.
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24 / M / Scotland
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Posted 10/3/14
I can cook so it doesn't really matter.

I know a girl who can't cook - she's just a friend though. She relys on microwave meals and scrounges off friends but she's lead a hard life so we're all fine with that. She's a fun person to be around - that's why she's our friend.
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102 / Candyland
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Have you met one?: Plenty and my sister is one of them.
Does it matter?: Not really? Both genders should be able to learn how to cook. It will help one day in the future.
Does it impact a relationship when you find out?: I don't understand why should it. Just because a woman doesn't know how to cook doesn't mean the relationship is ruined. A relationship isn't for that reason as long as you two care for each other.
Does she make the honest effort to try and learn?: I think its all up to her if she wants to learn.

I know how to cook and don't mind doing the cooking anyway.
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Have you met one?: Me, I'm not the best cook in the world but I try my best and I think that is all that matters, a few of the things I've made have been great though.

Does it matter?: No, but I think that everyone should know how to cook at least some basic things like spaghetti bolognese, stir fry and stuff.

Does it impact a relationship when you find out?: No, I think that if it does then it isn't a very solid relationship to begin with. There should be a lot more reasons to be with a person than whether or not they can cook for you.

Does she make the honest effort to try and learn?: I'm trying my best to learn how. I think that it's their own choice if other people choose to try and learn or not.
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F / Smash Bros Mansion
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Posted 10/3/14
I'm an awful cook. Everything I make is either overcooked, undercooked, or lacks flavor. I'm excellent at baking, however.

The rest of my family are amazing cooks and bakers.
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