Marriage Is All About “Mutual” Spending
When you get married, you become one in more ways than … one. You share a house, a bed, a closet. You eat food together. You bring to the world babies that are a combination of two gene pools. Additionally, you may also share a bank account. Joint bank accounts are tricky, because you can’t really control how much the other person spends beyond bills.
This Twitter user believes that his wife is given a wider spending berth than he is. He can spend up to 50 dollars without discussing it with his wife. Whereas she can spend approximately 643 dollars and 27 cents without making it a topic of conversation. Of course, this feeds into the stereotype that women are uninhibited spenders. Feminism!