They assert that a man’s stomach is the gateway to his heart. This was undoubtedly not the case with the woman, who was sick of her husband’s temper tantrums. She became so inspired that she began to cook meals that her husband used to detest.
The woman described the event on the Reddit forum AITA after he called her out for her actions. And she received support from the online community. In our house, all of the cooking is done by me. I don’t mind sharing other domestic duties with my partner because I like to cook. Both of us work full-time, and we split expenditures fairly equally. The Reddit user commented, “It seems like the list of things he dislikes keeps growing.
She said that despite her repeated requests for him to quit, her husband still grades every meal she prepares. A is for “he likes it,” while F is for “he won’t eat it.” The 15-year-married Reddit user is well aware of the foods he avoids eating.
Curry, foods with Indian or Chinese flavours, whole-wheat pasta, the healthiest grains, squash, and meals with insufficient carbs and meat are all on the list. She continued, “He also won’t eat leftovers.”
However, she decided only to cook what she liked on some nights after observing that her husband gives the bulk of her meals a B or C grade and doesn’t appear to value the effort she puts into making supper each night.
We both need to eat better, so I’ve also been attempting to prepare healthier (low carb, low fat) meals on occasion. He likes certain things some nights while disliking other things, which I am aware of. I’ll let him know what we’re eating, and it’s okay if he wants to get takeout or make something else, she wrote in her post.
The wife then revealed that her husband escalated his temper tantrums by demanding that she pay for the takeout meals he ordered.
“The other night, he ordered pizza instead of eating the chicken curry meal that I made and said that if I’m preparing anything he doesn’t like, I need to pay for the food he orders,” the user remarked. He enlisted the help of his mother when the wife declined to make him a special dinner or pay for his food deliveries.
The Redditor’s mother-in-law supported her son, even going so far as to say that she would never prepare a meal she knew her husband wouldn’t enjoy. The user concluded, “My FIL has handled all the cooking since he retired.
Many others were able to identify with the woman and described how they handled a comparable circumstance in their homes.