Viral Now: This Husband Offered His Wife To Cook Dinner For His Wife, Except…

There are days when cooking is easy and our favorite dishes are ready in a matter of minutes. However, on other days, cooking can seem like a task with no end in sight. On days like these, home cooks can seriously benefit from some help and relief from the kitchen. Recently, a Twitter user named CocoaDoe explained how her husband decided to cook dinner the night before and that he really enjoyed grilling food for everyone. The grilling activity was the only part he liked about cooking, so he offered to grill some chicken for dinner. But what happened next was very funny and reliable! Take a look at the user’s tweet.

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“My husband really likes questioning just for the sport. He rarely has a side,” the Twitter user wrote in a blog post. She then revealed that her husband grilled a whole chicken for the family for dinner, without any sides or bread paired with it. “He smoked a whole chicken last night. I thought it was ‘preparing dinner,’ nope. He would only ask us to eat chicken and nothing else,” the spokeswoman wrote in her tweet.

The tweet went viral, garnering more than 88,000 likes and 4,000 likes since it was posted. The numbers are constantly growing and more and more people can link to the Tweet. Many explained that this was precisely the problem of their husbands or brothers, who cooked only one dish and did not think about the rest of the meal. One user wrote: “Looks like my boyfriend! He made us roast corn at 10pm.” Another agreed, “I make burgers without sides. I cook chicken, fajitas, and steaks…The most I’ll do is white rice. Or easy mashed potatoes.”

Take a look at the reactions to the post:

What do you think of the funny tweet? Do you think there should be sides paired with roast chicken or are they not necessary? Tell us in the comments below.

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