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Have You Ever Cooked Something That Didn’t Taste Good but Your Family Ate It Anyway? [POLL]

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There are a lot of personality traits that go into making a great husband and eating something you cooked that isn’t that yummy is defiantly one them. I think we have all made our husbands a meal that wasn’t that great and they ate it anyway. To be honest my husband only ate bad dinners the first year we were married. If I make him something that tastes bad now he tells me, and while I am a little hurt I am glad he is telling me the truth so I don’t have to eat it.

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