Bloke divorces his wife for cooking him Instant Noodles for every meal
We’ve gotta be honest, we bloody love a story like this one. Yeah, nah, at first glance it seems so simple, but when you burrow down into it, you can see there’s a legitimate f**ktonne of issues to unpack. There’s the privilege, the entitlement, the discussion about gender roles, and of course, the fact that if your other half cooks you f**ken anything for every meal, you should be grateful. Yeah, nah, if not, you should cook your own dinner, f**kya.
Anyway, keeping in mind that there’s so much under the surface here, we’re travelling to bloody India for this one. ML Raghunath, who’s a district and sessions court judge in Mysuru, India, has been revealing the dirty laundry of some of the divorce cases he’s presided over.
The one that catches our attention is the one he calls the Maggi Case. Yeah, nah, Raghunath, has a legit story about a couple getting divorced because, “The husband said his wife did not know how to prepare any food other than Maggi noodles. It was noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. He complained that his wife went to the provision store and brought only instant noodles.”
— Mashable Southeast Asia (@MashableSEA) June 11, 2022
As we mentioned above, that’s some pretty ungrateful s**t. We know that different cultures have different rules and that eating noodles every f**ken day can get pretty boring, but deadset, old love didn’t have to cook him anything. Nah, she easily could’ve dished up a big plate of nothing, but she still made the effort.
As revealed by ML Raghunath, a principal district- and sessions-court judge, when he was a district judge in Ballari when he attended to what he called the "Maggi case."
According to him, a man's wife consistently served his husband maggi noodles for breakfast, lunch and pic.twitter.com/oNlAyI63AD
— Beti (@betinomisogyny) June 7, 2022
Which is why it’s worth noting that the couple divorced with mutual consent. In India, that means they spent twelve months apart and agreed their marriage should come to an end. With that in mind, we’re not sure who got the better deal here: old mate no more noodles or his misso for getting rid of the cheeky prick.
Final thought: All right, let us know what you reckon. If one person in a partnership cooks every f**ken meal, does the other person have any right to complain? Share your thoughts in the comic section.
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