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At the 1998 World Women’s Conference, the first speaker from England stood up: “At last year’s conference we spoke about being more assertive with our husbands. Well after the conference I went home and told my husband that I would no longer cook for him and that he would have to do it himself. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I saw that he had cooked a wonderful roast lamb.” 

The crowd cheered. 

The second speaker from America stood up: “After last year’s conference I went home and told my husband that I would no longer do his laundry and that he would have to do it himself. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I saw that he had done not only his own washing but my washing as well.” 

The crowd cheered. 

The third speaker from Ireland stood up: “After last year’s conference I went home and told my husband that I would no longer do his shopping and that he would have to do it himself. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I could see a little bit out of my left eye.”

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  1. This is sexist! If this “joke” was gender reversed, all the women would be up in arms. In the present climate I don’t find it at all funny. I’m sick to death of the precious snowflakes who squeal for equality and then laugh at stuff like this.

    • Dear Lily ,
      A joke shud b taken as a joke only. Very light way. No need to b sour. Just enjoy & if u don’t like it , ignore.
      Ambalal Chauhan, India.

      • so if I see you with a black and blue eye I should take it as a joke and take it lightly? If I don’t like your black and blue eye I should ignore it? Well glad we are not friends, because with a friend like you I would not need any enemies.

  2. Three newlywed men were in a bar talking about their adjustment to married life. The first man said, “I married a gal from Illinois. After the honeymoon was over and we got home, I told her that I expected her to cook a nice dinner for me and have it ready for me every evening when I got home from work. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I saw that she had cooked a wonderful roast beef.”

    The other guys raised their beer glasses in a toast.

    The second husband, who was from Massachusetts, spoke up: “I married a girl from Massachusetts. When we got home I told her that I expected a nice dinner and a clean house every day. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I saw that she had not only made my favorite bean soup and hot home made bread, but she had scrubbed our place from top to bottom, even the walls.”

    The other guys raised their beer glasses in a toast.

    The third guy from Texas spoke up: “I married a woman from Texas. When we got home from our honeymoon, I told my her that I expected a hot dinner, a clean house, and for her to greet me at the door in a sexy nightie with a cocktail in her hand, ready for me, and that I also expected a blow job. After the first day I saw nothing. After the second day I saw nothing. But after the third day I could see a little bit out of my left eye.”

    Don’t mess with Texas women!

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