Creating a wedding registry is challenging for many betrothed couples: she wants a fully-stocked kitchen; he'd like a fully-stocked man cave.
Well, now both of your domestic dreams can come true, thanks to TheManRegistry.com--a registry site where your groom can build his ultimate wish list.
While you choose new bedding and a Kitchen Aid mixer, your fiance will make sure that you have everything you need in terms of power tools, electronics and grilling essentials. You might not have thought you wanted a double barrel beer can chicken cooker, but we're sure you'll appreciate it once you have one!
Sure, marriage is about working together and we'll admit that the idea of having separate His 'n' Her registries seems a bit sexist and outdated, for there are lots guys who have informed opinions on thread count and plenty of electric drill-slinging women.
But, let's face it, most brides- and grooms-to-be begin the registry process with bright smiles and a sunny outlook, only to find themselves bickering over laundry hampers in aisle five an hour later. If you split things up and let each person be in control of their designated domain, you're still building a home together with items that you both like, you're just saving yourself some arguments--and possibly public humiliation.
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