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sudo wrote

Do it myself, always. I know what it feels like to have to serve other people, and I'm not about to make more work for someone else.

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GaldraChevaliere wrote

If I'm having a princess day I'll bug R to get me stuff on the way home from work, otherwise I do shit myself and only really delegate anything if I'm too far away from something I need and can't leave what I'm doing alone.

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veg wrote

always get stuff myself. i like running errands anyway

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bloodrose wrote

Last night, hubs was telling me he could always get the freezer meals I want for me at the grocery store instead of me doing it on the weekends. The last time he got me food at the grocery store was when I was too sick to drive and it was stuff I didn't like. So, I didn't decline the offer last night but I didn't take him up on it, either. Generally, I prefer to do my own shopping/cooking/etc.

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alex_ wrote

get it myself almost always. can’t help feel like a jerk asking someone to get something for me

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jadedctrl wrote

I really don't like it— most of the time I refuse, even when a guy holds a door open for me. It kind of drives me crazy.

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leveller wrote

I detest being served, try to avoid it, can't always.

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ziq wrote (edited )

I've never asked anyone to get anything for me since I learned to walk.

Only exception is when it's something I really can't do myself like fixing my car. And I hate depending on others for that stuff.

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bloodrose wrote

No one is going to fill my plate as dangerously full of potatoes as I will myself. So, I serve myself. Lol

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bittertransslut wrote

I'm trying to learn to ask for help even when I don't completely need it. It helps me unlearn toxic masc and learn how to be interdependent.

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miser wrote (edited )

I typically ask people if they want to work with me instead of asking them to work for me

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conseil wrote

If I don't know how to do something, I'll ask my friends. If they don't, I either find a guide or I keep trying to do it until either I break something or I succeed.