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I think she’d like to have money of her own but whether she’d spend it wisely is another matter.– Husband
Unless there’s any pressing financial difficulty, I myself can’t see the need for a married woman to go out to work and leave her children and I don’t think the fact she doesn’t want to become a cabbage is reason enough.– Housewife
You get married and have your children and you’ve got responsibilities and the thing today with most people — demonstrators and who you like — a lot of them always try and get out of responsibilities.– Husband
It’s the women who are there all the time. I mean the man gets a break by driving to and from work each day, even if he sees the same people, he sees different cars passing even if that’s all it amounts to. We see our letterbox and our clothesline.– Housewife