A MAN’S VIEW

Irish Daily Mirror - - COMMENT - BY PAT FLANA­GAN

THE jury’s out as to whether or not men do house­work but in my house it’s your’s truly who puts out the wash­ing and the bins. I also do all the cook­ing, make the beds as well as do­ing the dust­ing and wa­ter­ing the plants. I can’t un­der­stand why more men don’t do more house­work as I find it quite ther­a­peu­tic ... com­pared to work­ing on the Ir­ish Mir­ror news­desk. When it comes to do­ing the wash­ing I go for Fairy non-bio along with Lenor fab­ric con­di­tioner, and my pref­er­ence would be Spring Awak­en­ing. I woudn’t win any prizes for iron­ing but I do it and have the burn wounds to prove it. Per­son­ally, I be­lieve the level of house­work done by men is de­pen­dent on the way they were brought up. Then again, when you’re liv­ing alone if you don’t do the house­work, it just doesn’t get done.

I do all the chores in my house ...I have to

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