The Suit loves to listen to newstalk ZB during his morning commute. I'm sure part of the reason is to watch my blood pressure steadily rise as I seethe at the stupidity of the rest of the human race.
Today I had to listen to Mike Hosking repeatedly tut-tutting a Reuters article which claimed the average British mother relies on just nine different meals to feed her family.
The study in question comes from a gourmet food company who presumably is using mother-blaming as a new marketing strategy.
But my question is where the hell are the fathers in all of this?
In our house I'm am supposedly 'lucky' because the Suit cooks decent food on a regular basis (cleaning up is another matter). But surely this shouldn't be a matter of luck?
Shouldn't the logical extension of women being able to hold to careers to support their families is that the men might be able to hold a saucepan and cook a meal for their families?
In the mean time I leave you with Sarah Haskins.