Woman's chore chart for husband offers oral sex and 'naked hula dance' as rewards for helping around

The picture features a list of chores and tasks for 'daddy' to complete with a different reward next to each task


                            Woman's chore chart for husband offers oral sex and 'naked hula dance' as rewards for helping around

A woman's ridiculous chore chart for her husband has got Twitter users pitying what they say is a very unhealthy marriage. 

The picture of the sticker chore chart has gone viral and features a list of chores and tasks for 'daddy' to complete with a different reward next to each task.

The chart has been decorated with doodles, stickers, and looks a lot more appropriate for a young child, reported DailyMail.

The rewards include things such as oral sex, beer, and "no nagging" if the man does simple tasks like pack the kids' lunches or clean up after them.

The left column of the chart features a list of chores and the right column features a list of rewards. The middle column is half-filled with stickers representing the number of times he has carried out the task. 

Some of the tasks include things like washing dishes which is rewarded with a 12-pack of his favorite beer. Putting down the toilet seat gets him "no nagging for a week", while the reward for vacuuming car seats is that he won't have to "go to some annoying kid's b'day party". If he changes a blowout diaper, he is rewarded a 'naked hula dance' from his wife. For cleaning up vomit, he gets oral sex.

The last two include bathing the kids which means his wife 'won't donate your favorite pit-stained T-shirt' and packing lunch for his kids gets him 1 "get-out-of-the-dog-house-free card".

A few people saw this as an "unhealthy marriage". 

One person wrote, "Not a psychologist but I don't think this is a healthy marriage." Another person added, "This is the worst thing I have ever seen in my life," while a third shared, "This chart tells me both people in the relationship are objectively horrible."

Others speculated that the woman was not getting the support she needed and is, therefore, rewarding her husband to encourage his participation in basic parenting.

One person wrote, "What does mommy get for being a parent to daddy?" Another shared, "Aren’t these chores just called 'Being a Dad'?"

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