Based on a recent trip to the grocery store, I’m guessing that dishwashing and cleaning is a woman’s job. Or something.
And to the makers of these products: The 1950s called. It wants its stereotypes back. 
Ugh. This is one grocery store aisle I’ll be avoiding with my young, impressionable children. Based on a recent trip to the grocery store, I’m guessing that dishwashing and cleaning is a woman’s job. Or something.
And to the makers of these products: The 1950s called. It wants its stereotypes back. 
Ugh. This is one grocery store aisle I’ll be avoiding with my young, impressionable children. Based on a recent trip to the grocery store, I’m guessing that dishwashing and cleaning is a woman’s job. Or something.
And to the makers of these products: The 1950s called. It wants its stereotypes back. 
Ugh. This is one grocery store aisle I’ll be avoiding with my young, impressionable children.

Based on a recent trip to the grocery store, I’m guessing that dishwashing and cleaning is a woman’s job. Or something.

And to the makers of these products: The 1950s called. It wants its stereotypes back. 

Ugh. This is one grocery store aisle I’ll be avoiding with my young, impressionable children.

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  1. dontlookhereanymore reblogged this from electradaddy
  2. bujnik said: I honestly feel like everything is geared towards women.
  3. designingdaddy said: Wow! Such blatant stereotypes. I wonder what our kids think about women’s roles in today’s world. Possible dinner topic tonight.
  4. thehobodad said: I guess the makes of these products have never been to my house. I’m the only one who does the dishes.
  5. electradaddy posted this
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