Me: They're in mine.
Primo: But they shouldn't be there at all. I'm the Decider. I get to decide.
Me: When you're the cook, you get to decide. If I can find a job so you can quit your job, then you'll be the cook.
Primo: But I'll be busy campaigning.
Me: Wait a second! Are you telling me that I'm supposed to work and take care of all the house stuff?
Primo: I'll be campaigning. The proper role of the campaign spouse is to run everything at home while the candidate campaigns.
Me: Oh no. Oh no, no, no. If I get a job so you can quit yours, you will be taking care of things at home. You will be doing the cooking.
Primo: Maybe as long as there is not too much cutting up of vegetables.