A mom tries up an experiment as she is so done with all the house work that includes cleaning, laundry etc all the day and alone. She decides to go on a strike but the mess that she sees around the house is getting bigger every moment. She shared hilarious pictures to which most women can relate to.
Although we have come a long way from gender stereotypes they are still out there one way or another. Some families or people have the courage to regard them as duties but the stereotypes are still there but with different names now.
Moreover, have you ever given a thought to this that if your mother or wife declines to take up all extra duties you have buried them into what will become of the house? Probably not. So here’s one mom, wife, and a Twitter user who told her story of how she was so done with all the house chores without any help from the kids or husband that she now decided to not do a single thing.
She conducted a fun little experiment at home. She decided that enough is enough and stopped doing chores and she did this for real this time. Hoping to see how long it would be before someone picked up the slack.
She wrote on Twitter:
Two days ago, I decided to stop doing the dishes. I make all the dinners and I am tired of having to do all the cleaning too. SINCE THEN this pile has appeared and at some point they are going to run out of spoons and cups and plates. Who will blink first? Not me,” she tweeted, along with a picture of undone dishes piled up in the kitchen.
She further added that she stopped doing the laundry too and wrote, “It’s getting a bit post-apocalyptic. The piles are everywhere.”
Obviously, if moms leave things as it is other people around seem not to care. But this isn’t something good as we should all take part in cleaning and doing things. Moms are doing double shifts, at work and then doing everything at home.
Some people were quite judgemental about the whole process and said a mother is the one bringing up kids and she should have taught them and things like this. She said that she was running an experiment and explained, “We do not ‘live like this. This is a lesson in wanting to be heard and respected and not having to repeat yourself when things slip.”
She added, “I know we are ALL tired but I am most tired. Me. I AM ALL THE TIRED.”
At last, things began to improve and her husband stocked up tissue rolls in the bathroom and she was excited to see some like a little progress.