Who earns the most in your household?! Watch

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Me.

Any man who lets his woman earn more than him is no man.
Why?
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My mum
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(Original post by whitepearlbaby)
Why?
Whatever happened to men being the breadwinner?

Women should stay and raise a family. History has shown that families function best this way.
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My brother. He got a First at Uni and works in programming. No one in my family is particularly rich.
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In my uni house. Moi.

In my dad's house (with his gf+kids). Him.

In my mum's house (with her bf). Her bf.

Needs a poll!
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(Original post by ten bob)
Whatever happened to men being the breadwinner?

Women should stay and raise a family. History has shown that families function best this way.
Nowadays men usually don't earn enough to feed the family. So history's history, we live in the present.
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Whatever happened to men being the breadwinner?

Women should stay and raise a family. History has shown that families function best this way.
women should be able to have their own life and not just have to stay home.
history has shown women becoming miserable about the situation of staying in the house all day.
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My fiance, though in the family my mum is up for promotion so maybe her eventually.

My fiance earns enough to feed us and pay a mortgage, though when my student loan runs out I'll probably need to work part time.

I stay at home to raise the family, but what the use in going to uni to get a degree if I'm not going to use it? So eventually I'm going to work too and probably earn the same as my partner, poss more.
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My mum
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My mum.
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dad.
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Me
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mum
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ma broski. he dishes out gear n shizzle tbh init
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My housemate, then me.
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My Mum, just.
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My Mum.
My Mum and Dad are directors of their own company (along with 3 other people) but techinically it is my Mum who goes out and earns the money.
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(Original post by ten bob)
Me.

Any man who lets his woman earn more than him is no man.
"Ardent feminist"? No.

Insecure person unsure of his masculinity? Yes.
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Now that i raid banks. Me.
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Me, seriously.
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