We asked and you answered: Men and women question each other

We asked and you answered: Men and women question each other

Briefly.co.za gave our readers the chance to finally ask the opposite gender questions they've been burning to ask. The responses are in and we've put together a collection of a few of the best questions and responses.

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Representing the men, Perseverance Shayamunda asked:

"Why is it that when my salary is R5 000 and your salary is R5 000 the money in the house is still counted as R5 000?"

Thingo M Mavundla responded:

"You're the head of the family, remember. I can help where I can but not with all my salary."

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Mthobisi Cele went straight to the point and asked women what they wanted.

Nonhlanhla Ntuli responded with the answer that seemed to be most common amongst all women:

"Love, care, honest, attention, being there for me."

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The women also has a chance to sit men down and ask their questions. Kicking it off for the fairer gender, Indiphile Akusoloko Makamba asked:

"Why do y'all ask for our numbers and never call?"

There were a variety of responses here, with one gentleman saying it's because they get given the wrong number. Julio Xavier didn't waste anytime and asked Indiphile for her number so that he can call her.

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Portia Kgatwe asked:

"Why do you check other women when you are with your woman?"

To which Malusi Sherpard Thayi responded:

"When you driving a car... Is it wrong to check out another car that is passing by?"

Well, there you have it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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