New Vision (Kampala)

Uganda: Things That Women Should Be Paid for

There was an article in The New Vision last week, with a woman saying that housewives should receive a salary. What absolute nonsense!

There are, however, certain things that require some monetary compensation for chicks. Presenting, Siima's top five things that women should be paid For:

5 Putting up with her man's annoying relatives. That creepy drunken uncle, that nosey big sister and, of course, his mother.

4 Being football widows. Think of all the romantic nights of passion we miss just because the Premiership is on. And then your team loses and I'm supposed to 'comfort' you. Msssccchhhheeeewwww.

3 Being expected to maintain our looks while yours go south. You go bald, the inevitable beer belly develops, and yet after 10 years of marriage and three babies you still expect my breasts to be perkier than a 20-year-old's. Purleeeze!

2 Giving you the cookie when you come back from a night out with the boys, smelling like a brewery. Or the wrong end of a goat. A horny goat, moreover.

1 Washing your streaky boxers. You know yourselves. Learn how to use toilet paper or pay up.

Catch more from Siima on XFM's morning show, X-AM every morning on 94.8

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