For Sexist New Year's Resolutions, Turn To 'Fox & Friends' For Advice

Look No Further Than 'Fox & Friends' For Your Sexist New Year's Resolutions

Still looking for that perfect New Year's resolution? Well, listen closely, because the hosts of "Fox & Friends" have a few suggestions.

"Ladies, we're talking to you. If you still don't have a New Year's resolution, could this be it?" co-host Clayton Morris said last week. Morris, along with co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt and Peter Doocy, was discussing the new book Single Man, Married Man, which offers dating advice for women, written by men.

Tips include always being able to cater to your man's needs, making his meals and massaging his feet.

"I do want to be a better wife," Earhardt said.

Morris proceeded to read some of the pointers out loud, one of which read: "When he gets his ego stroked, he'll be more inclined to love you more."

"That's true!" Earhardt called out.

"That absolutely is true," Morris agreed. "That's 100 percent accurate."

And the tips just kept getting better.

"Prepare his meals, draw him a bath and massage his feet every now and then," the next one read.

"My wife's at home taking notes right now," Morris chimed in.

And finally, Earhardt offered one last piece of advice:

"Once you start though, women, you've got to continue it," she said. "So, if you start that in the dating, you've got to continue it all the way through."

There you have it, ladies.

H/T Mic

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