- A young woman recently called men out who can't cook, questioning what types of husbands they would be
- Taking to Twitter, she caused quite a stir by mixing gender roles that society has become accustomed to
- Soon the post was flooded with mixed reactions from Twitter users who all shared their thoughts on men and women who can't cook
Society is slowly letting go of old gender norms that were imposed by the previous patriarchal past. One young lady recently made that increasingly clear after heading to Twitter to question men who can't cook.
@w_a_c_k_mybru recently threw heaps of shade at men in a hilarious yet controversial tweet. Boldly she asked them what their women would eat if they did not have the skills to feed their partners. She wrote in the controversial Twitter post:
"YOU WANNA GET MARRIED? BUT YOU CAN'T EVEN COOK? WHAT'S YOUR WIFE GONNA EAT?"
The post quickly gained traction as many social media users were left taken aback by the brashness of it. A lot of tweeps seemed to agree with it while others were on the fence. Read a few of their comments below.
"My wife is the one who is going to cook for me, not the other way around."
"Gents who can’t cook, take the advice and start learning."
"If that's the case then I will not learn until that day women start paying lobola."
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, a young lady recently took to Twitter to wish her dad a very happy birthday. The heartwarming post features a picture of her happy looking dad standing proudly next to his birthday gift, which is presumably from the young woman.
What makes the post that was made by Dimpho M Sono with the Twitter handle @singishameless extra interesting is that her dad's special and very unusual birthday present was actually four brand new car tyres.
"Happy birthday dad," she captioned the heartwarming tweet.
Twitter users were left sharing mixed reactions about the gift in the comment section. While many felt that it was better than most gifts men get, others thought it was simply not good enough.
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