Have you ever searched, married to a chef, on Twitter?
If you search #marriedtoachef, you’ll see all of us tweeting about our lives as chef wives.
But try searching, married to a chef, no hash tag, just the phrase.
It’s hysterical the number of people that say, “I want to marry a chef,” on Twitter because they think the chef would cook for them all the time!
Here’s an example.
The tweet in the middle is actually from a fellow chef wife (Hi Juliana!) writing about being married to a chef. (You can see the post here.)
But look at the other two. I have no idea who these women are. I’m sure they are very nice and just want someone to cook for them. I just think it’s funny and sad at the same time. People just don’t get it!
If they would just think about it for 2 seconds, they might think differently.
How is it possible for a chef to be working in a restaurant and be home cooking you dinner at the same time?
Now in case you stumbled on this page from Google and are not married to or dating a chef, you might want to check out these posts to read the truth on the subject:
If you don’t believe me, there are others writing about it too. Grab a cup of coffee and look through this Pinterest board:
If you are married to a chef, please comment below and tell us one thing you appreciate about them (besides the fact that they can cook).
From one chef’s wife to another,