Housewifery 101

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“McKinley School lab.” Home economics at McKinley High School in Washington circa 1910. shorpy

Oh hell no! (in my best Joy Turner imitation)

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    26 Responses to Housewifery 101

    1. Lesson #218: Making one’s husband a sammich

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    2. women used to know their place… those were the days!

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    3. it’s our fault we let them out of the kitchen

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    4. @natedog:
      sorta, but they only left the kitchen when we needed them to make bombs for the men to kill each other with. Then after we were done killing each other and came back, all the girls knew how to makes bombs. How do you tell someone with bomb knowledge to get back to the kitchen?

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    5. The good old days, when men were men and women were livestock.

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    6. @hvymetal86: Haha yeah I know, I’m traditional like that. I always said I was born in the wrong time period.

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    7. Meh, ur traditional and modern at the same time. Modern in that you have a choice, and you would choose that. Traditional in the fact that you follow that.

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    8. It’s fine if that’s what a woman wants to do. It’s also fine if that’s what a man wants to do. Either way, I can’t bake anything but I can fix most anything around the house.

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    9. @Annarchy:

      You know what, I really like the way you said that. I agree.

      @Annarchy:

      That’s true. But there are many women who feel like they’re oppressed if they do things like that. It’s kind of silly. See, I can bake and cook like a pro but I can’t fix shit.

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    10. @dieAntagonista:
      We would make great roommates, then. I can see feeling oppressed if you’re forced to do one thing and not allowed to do another, but most of us have a choice now.

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    11. Those are the oldest looking High School girls ever. And not in the jailbait way.

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    12. Dagnabbit… OK, So what does it mean if a guy can fix anything and cook like an Iron Chef too?

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    13. @Phyreblade:
      That means he either doesn’t exist except in your imagination or he’s some sort of superhero.

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    14. @Phyreblade: Are you trying to say I know an imaginary superhero…? COOL!

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    15. @Phyreblade:
      I demand proof of this imaginary superhero.

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    16. @Annarchy: Easy. In fact, he made some imaginary sesame beef, with fried rice. I’ll send you some. Using his imaginary teleporter. (Which, incidentally, he designed and built himself). You should have it within the hour. Takes that long to get the hyperspace capacitors to full charge… It’ll be the best imaginary food you ever tasted, thus validating my claim.

      Otherwise you may smack me upside the head with a large tuna and call me dirty filthy liar…

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    17. @Annarchy: Only if it’s fresh. Technically you could even use a large sailfish if you wanted, but I doubt you will be able to substantively refute the superiority of my imaginary superheros imaginary cooking. But I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt… πŸ™‚

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    18. @Phyreblade:
      LOL. It is always easier to prove something exists than it is to disprove something exists. What if I use an imaginary (fresh) mackerel?

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    19. @Annarchy: It’s easier to disprove something existence than to disprove it? I dunno about that… I think that is the result of people having a predisposition towards one or the other (e.g. being a pessimist vs an optimist), and confusing suggestive evidence with factual evidence… πŸ™‚

      But yes. I will, without hesitation, submit to being walloped by a fresh imaginary mackerel if you so deem it necessary. Again, not that I think you will, but… πŸ˜€

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    20. @Annarchy: OWWWW!! THAT REALLY HURT!! You didn’t even try the beef did you, you just wanted to whack me with a Mackerel…

      That’s just wrong yo… Well I hope you’re happy… :/

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    21. @Phyreblade:
      I am extremely happy, thank you. You should be happy I chose the fish. Imagine being smacked in the head with a whole cow.

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    22. @Annarchy:
      A whole cow? LOL… Wait… wat? Noooo… You are supposed to EAT teh beef. Not smack me with it!! Geez…!

      Oh, I see how it is. You try to do something nice, prove that imaginary superheroes actually exist, bring some hope into the world, and this is what you get… Pfft… I’m going back into my cave… πŸ˜›

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