Today, when I woke up, I got into the bath that my boyfriend had prepared for me. I particularly appreciated its smell, so I asked him what he'd used. "I couldn't find the usual bath salts you use, so I just used what I could." It's official, I've taken a Alka-Seltzer flavored bath. FML
By Anonyme / Friday 27 March 2015 09:50 / France
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  Markovski  |  18

That's sexist.

  cutycat136  |  28

#30, does it make it better if I say I meant that maybe he was unsure of what his girl would have liked since he couldn't find what she normally has, so instead of going and getting something that she may not have liked, he tried something else.

  Xandrick  |  22

Hey, she's a girl, why isn't she in the kitchen?

(See how it sounds?)

  smackaroonial  |  20

Well, it's not sexist if it's true. Guys tend to not try as hard. Women tended to be in the kitchen while their man was at work. Now with the changing times, girls and guys spend about "equal times" in the kitchen (however, women still spend more time in the kitchen more than men).

  Xx_Slayer_xX  |  22

I am pretty sure that is a tad different. I think the reply chain was kind of wasted here. She makes a very valid point. Guys, ( including myself ) can be stupid at times or even clueless.

  waroftheroses  |  16

You must be new to Fml?
I didn't see it as sexist. I saw it as my husband would have no idea and would probably put kitchen salt in there as a 'bath salt'. Some guys just generally don't know about girl stuff. For instance I would have no idea how to pull apart a car engine, most guys I know. Know how to do that.