Can you believe it? They've done it again! This time it's Sharon and Marie who simultaneously zapped me. Don't they know I have a book to write???
Many of you have already done this and done it so well, I thought I'd subvert it just a little (though not in the way that Minx did).
So here's 5 things I was told while growing up - post-suffragette and pre-feminism:
'I beat him at tennis and he went into such a strop!'
'You beat him? Don't you know you should always let him win?'
'What? But I was better than him!'
'Of course. And you know that. But you must never let him know ...'
Be content with the scraps
'Always eat the leftovers yourself and cook something fresh for everyone else.'
Keeping your man
'So many women make the mistake of letting themselves go after they're married. Don't they realise that getting your man is only half the battle? You must never stop making an effort with your appearance if you want to keep him.'
A goddess in the kitchen, a whore in the bedroom
'A woman can be anything: wage earner, home maker, DIY enthusiast, driver, leader, follower, cook, nurse, cleaner, therapist ...'
'Yes I can. But I can also choose to be some or none of the above ...'
Safeguard his image
'A man pushing a pram or carrying shopping just looks wrong.'
And a vital 6th one:
Now, who to tag? Let's go for Dirty Christian Socialist Cow, Fiction Bitch and Meloney Lemon (who doesn't have a blog but can reply in comments.)