On a weekend night, the child has fallen asleep and there has been a “controversy” between my wife and I. The cause of the argument is simple: I put a bowl of snacks on the table, not in the sink. When the bowl entered her field of vision, it caused her dissatisfaction.
I defended myself: because I was worried that my child might kick the quilt on the way, I went into the room to check it, and I forgot the bowl on the table. My wife did not accept my reasons, but fortunately, this debate did not eventually evolve into a “squabble.” The reason is probably because it was just the turn of the day that I took the baby. She went out to relax for a long time, which made her a good mood when she got home.
A bowl that was eaten because it was not placed in the sink. Most Chinese men think this is not a problem. However, couples quarrels, family wars and even marriage breakdowns caused by dishwashing problems are not considered rare. Most of the time, the most common housework of dishwashing is just a trigger for the contradictions of husband and wife.