I’m a university student. I’m A GIRL. And I do not have a boyfriend.
Several days ago I learnt a text, the famous satirical essay Why I Want a Wife written by July Syfer. I recognize that as a typical wife, a woman is heavily burdened. An amazing idea struck me – I would like to have a husband. Why do I want a husband?
I would like to pursue my studies and I want a husband who is a successful man in his career. For one thing, I want a husband who will be sufficient and hard-working enough to earn enough money so that he can support our family. Even during a terrible economic crisis, he should still have the ability to provide me with a superior living environment. For another, I want a husband who will take his responsibility in his job and tasks to set a good example for our children.
I want a husband who is a considerable man in our daily life. He is supposed to take care of me, so that I can concentrate on my study and work. I want a husband who will wake me up every morning and send me to school. I want a husband who is a good cook, and plan various menus, preparing delicious nutritious meals for me every day. And since no law says that female must do housework, I want a husband who will do the most housework, especially keeping the house clean and washing clothes.
I want a husband who is understanding in our marriage. He is supposed to remember every important date in our life and get presents ready. He should also know how to renew romantic atmosphere in marriage, and I can’t bear receiving the same “surprise” year after year. I want a husband who will listen to me, understanding my deepest feelings and thoughts. I want a husband who will never bring rambling complaints about working home.
I want a husband who is will remain faithful to me and allow me to have male friends. But I want a husband who will stay away from his female friends. I want a husband who will be rich in mind, with a degree that will intimate other women’s husbands and show...