Interpretations:Garden Of Eden

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The man goes about working the on the field and car and whatnot. Throughout his work, the man constantly calls his wife to cook a food and coffee for him and has her bring the man supplies. When he's finished the man gives credit to only himself who did the physical labor but not his wife (or whoever) who made it possible. This is definitely a look at the traditional gender roles, the man doing the the "main" work with his woman automatically behind the scenes supporting her man, and Flansburgh makes it most obvious with the ending statement of what a man and woman are just supposed to do. ~ magbatz