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Women belongs to a kitchen, nowadays seems orthodox thought. Now even a man does kitchen chores. ‘Woman is kitchen queen’ hearing this makes women red face and generally they argue that even a man should take up equal responsibility, so just banking on this proportion is would not be the correct way to communicate. ‘Spacious kitchen’ can be the better USP. Today’s women want to move out of kitchen and achieve there own dreams, they believe to be self reliant and when they do kitchen chores they want cooking should be easy I mean they want it should have all the utensils and everything should in its place, I mean neat and good looking kitchen.
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CreativeguruWomen belongs to a kitchen, nowadays seems orthodox thought. Now even a man does kitchen chores. ‘Woman is kitchen queen’ hearing this makes women red face and generally they argue that even a man should take up equal responsibility, so just banking on this proportion is would not be the correct way to communicate. ‘Spacious kitchen’ can be the better USP. Today’s women want to move out of kitchen and achieve there own dreams, they believe to be self reliant and when they do kitchen chores they want cooking should be easy I mean they want it should have all the utensils and everything should in its place, I mean neat and good looking kitchen.
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That women belong only in the kitchen is no longer the accepted case - now even men do kitchen chores. "Woman is queen of the kitchen!" Hearing this can make women go red with fury, and they argue that men should take equal responsibility for domestic work. So using this as a basic statement would not be the correct way to communicate. The modern woman wants to move out of the kitchen and achieve her own dreams. She believes in self-reliance, she wants to spend as little time as possible on kitchen chores, she wants everything to be fully fitted. I mean that women want a kitchen to be fully equipped, neat and good-looking. "Spacious kitchen" would be a better USP.
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Thanks Feebs