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There's already a thread about women who can't cook http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-844833/women-who-cant-cook so I decided to start this thread.

Anyways, what do you think about women who can't cook?

Have you met one?

Does it impact a relationship when you find out?

If I'm gonna be completely honest then I don't go around asking women if they can cook.

No.



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Posted 4/3/14

TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

There's already a thread about woman who can't cook http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-844833/women-who-cant-cook so I decided to start this thread.

Anyways, what do you think about woman who can't cook?

Have you met one?

Does it impact a relationship when you find out?

If I'm gonna be completely honest then I don't go around asking woman if they can cook.

No.





Do you mean women? I've met a few who can cook pretty solid. It's just another trait really. I don't personally think it's mandatory.
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Lemontitties wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

There's already a thread about woman who can't cook http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-844833/women-who-cant-cook so I decided to start this thread.

Anyways, what do you think about woman who can't cook?

Have you met one?

Does it impact a relationship when you find out?

If I'm gonna be completely honest then I don't go around asking woman if they can cook.

No.





Do you mean women? I've met a few who can cook pretty solid. It's just another trait really. I don't personally think it's mandatory.


Yea, guess I made a few spell errors.

If a mod reads this, please change the forum title by correcting my spelling misstake.
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Posted 4/3/14

what do you think about woman who can't cook?

Have you met one?

Does it impact a relationship when you find out?


1. I think if a woman can cook, especially in this day and age, it is a major positive.

2. Not many. Some say they do.

3. I think it works better. Not for the food but the reason she knows how to cook usually influences her thoughts and personality into a more positive light.
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I hope the woman that I end up marrying, knows how to cook, so we could cook together!
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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

If a mod reads this, please change the forum title by correcting my spelling mistake.


One easy way to get their attention is to report your own post and request a thread title change.
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It's wonderful if she can but not a big deal if she can't.
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Doesn't matter to me. I cook my own food already the way I like it, so meh. Not every girl is gonna fit the stereotype, which is a good thing. Stereotypical woman are bland, anyway.

I don't know any girl in general outside the internet, but I've seen girls who take culinary bring samples of some of the food they cooked back to school before they go home.

It shouldn't one bit. It's more likely for me to completely forget about it or skip over than ask her if she can cook or not. I'm not the traditional person, after all. I'd most likely find other traits you'd never think of to be big pluses for affection to me.
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i'm learning :



i use a 40-year old stove where only half of the burners work, the huge ancient microwave above it is in the way, and the oven cooks uneven. and i've only been cooking for two months... so I haven't done anything that difficult yet haha. but still, i'm learning and i do enjoy it
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Posted 4/3/14

TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

If I'm gonna be completely honest then I don't go around asking women if they can cook.

No.





I don't really get that one line but whatever the reason if they can cook its a plus in my book.
(I'm spoiled by my current girlfriend)
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I was taught that the way to a mans heart is through his stomach. So since I was a young girl my nan would give me lessons in cooking and baking, very old fashioned really but I always loved it. I also did sewing, knitting and cleaning. The knitting and cleaning didn't take too well but cooking and sewing I excelled in. As a result I cook most foods from scratch and in my house I am the only one that cooks, my husband may turn the oven on for me or fetch ingredients from the fridge but that is the extent of his knowledge. I suppose it depends on who you pair up with, if you both can't cook then that means lots of crappy meals and take out.
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Women in a kitchen; BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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If she is a good cook, I'm already as good as hers.
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A woman that can't cook might as well be a fat woman. If a woman can't cook and she still isn't fat. Don't worry, she will become fatter eventually. Blame on the fast food and your their lazy ass.

Message: A woman that can cook, tends to eat healthier, and is less prone to being obese.

I actually think it is VERY APPEALING to see a woman in a kitchen. Most people say that women belong in the kitchen, and it is understandable that some might feel offended by that, but I see it as a complement. It enhances a woman's quality of being feminine, and guys love feminine woman. Or at least I do.

If I like a masculine woman, might as well date a man, which is something I will never do.
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I think it is a plus.
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