Given that it's a rainy Saturday in Brooklyn and I'm still basking in the glory of last night's dinner, I'm slacking off a bit. We're thinking of taking the kids to IKEA so they can run wild in the ball pit while Avo and I shop for things we don't need.
Meanwhile, to tide you over until tomorrow, I thought I'd share a housework-related news report from Daily Express in the UK:
More than a third of men still think housework is a job for the ladies.
Most dads won’t have a problem putting their feet up on Fathers’ Day tomorrow either – 80 per cent admit they don’t clean anyway.
A poll found that although fathers and married men are the laziest, more than 70 per cent of all men do very little cleaning.
A shocking 38 per cent think domestic duties should naturally fall to women, and one in five do not lift a finger to make their home spick and span.
The survey by cleaning experts Vileda of 1,853 men found that one in three say they have never tackled the bathroom with a mop, bucket or cloth and 7 per cent say they don’t even know where the cleaning products are kept.
All I can say is: lame!