If the masochist in you is ready for your regular dose of sexist rubbish on Fox News, you've come to the right place.
The host of daytime show Outnumbered, Andrea Tantaros, was talking about a recent Glamour article which earned worldwide revulsion for its sexist tips for making men fall in love, including opening the door naked, letting your man fix your work problems for you, and making sure you provide him with lovingly-prepared food and drink at all times (really).
It was so bad, in fact, that "13 Little Things That Can Make a Man Fall Hard for You" was removed from the website after Glamour editors admitted that it read like a "1950s marriage handbook".
Step up Tantaros, who didn't think the relationship advice was outdated at all.
On her Thursday show Tantaros said women should "always be ready" to make their man a sandwich after sex and a beer after his shower if they didn't want him to run off with someone who cooks better.
Look at this list, it has great suggestions in here... After you engage in a little horizontal hula, make him a sandwich. That’s not called 1950s. That’s called kindness. And frankly, I think that women should do a little more of that.
Tantaros added that it would be nice if men made sandwiches too, but seemed to miss the point entirely that no men's magazine is telling guys to do the same.
“If you’re not answering the door in your lingerie, maybe he’ll run off with the neighbour,” she said.
Co-host Stacey Dash chimed in with her two oblivious cents as well:
I think that’s why divorce rates are so high. Women don’t know how to take care of their men anymore.
Excuse us. We need to go take a long cold shower, and hopefully a man will be waiting to hand us a beer when we're done.