Transcript for Would you pay your spouse to do household chores?
On this hump day. So, I saw an opinion piece that max and I got to talking about. There is this couple that decided household chores, tasks were worth being paid for. So -- I know. I heard giggles. I laughed a little the first time I heard it. I love it. The reason they wrote this, the housework was not proportionate, the woman was doing more and the man was not. So, I know. I'm painting with broad strokes. Michael -- that's freudian. Max and I started talking about it, is there anything that you would pay for? Yeah. Happy hump day, folks! No, but I meant in chores. And max -- max kept saying that a loving couple will just do these services for each other in the house. This is not sounding like I intended. This is not how it came out before. But I got thinking with kids there have actually been days where I look at max when we have the kids and I'm like, what's your number? We're not a divide and conquer parenting style. What I would have to pay you to go to nap right now? We're a don't leave me here alone style. It's a fear-based parenting style. When I was one of us leaves each other on the weekend, I'm all like, I'll pay you so I can leave for a little bit. Your take, would you ever pay your significant other to do certain things in the house? I think I would pay but not in money form. You guys, now you all went there. I ain't going there. All I can say, I don't know what happened since we walked out here six minutes ago. If I wish the dishes I'll give you a foot rub, why not? That what your offer was? I think it would be nice. My mom and dad do this stuff all the time. That's cute. My mom is the boss. My mom is like I'm too tired, Larry, I don't know what to do. My dad is like, I got it. That's the stuff. She'll give him foot rubs. In my mind I think that's kind of a fun game and gives you an opportunity to be more creativity with your intimacy. It seems fun. Putting it that way -- Now Michael can answer. No, but I mean, if you're going to pay somebody to wash dishes, take out garbage and do Landry and all that, that's just living. That's just living. Even though we do pay kids to do chores, a responsibility with kids. As an adult, if we're in a relationship if I'm not holding the weight tell me. I like the foot rub and but paying somebody by financially, giving them money to do chores at a house they live in as well, you know I'm like, let's not mess it up. That's all I'm saying'.
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