Undoubtedly, every woman's dreams is getting a perfect husband - the gentle yet manly one, the loyal and responsible one, a good looking one and the list goes on. Another \u2018perfect husband\u2019 would be the one who always helps with the housework, especially in terms of cleaning the house, looking after your children, doing the heavy chores and even can cooking for the family from time to time. Well, who wouldn\u2019t want that kind of husband? Just recently, three famous Malaysian politicians - Muar MP, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Bakri MP Yeo Bee Yin and Segambut MP Hannah Yeoh - 'discussed' on the topic of being a good and perfect husband on social media and it immediately sparked the interest of the netizens. The Muda co-founder joined the TikTok 'fever' back in June and seems like he is already taking notes on how he can make his future wife happy, thanks to his two colleagues. Parliament season is back on and this is me listening to the most important advice from two superwomen of Malaysia. Okay, I\u2019m all ready now! Syed Saddiq wrote in his caption. https:\/\/www.tiktok.com\/@syedsaddiq\/video\/6891128300459150594?langen&sender_devicepc&sender_web_id6889236257072383489&is_from_webapp1 The tips given by the two politicians towards being a good husband material are: \tAlways share the workload with your wife.\u00a0 \tMake sure to take care of the children.\u00a0 \tNO domestic violence! \tAnd of course...don\u2019t make your wife talk to you in a Doraemon-like voice!\u00a0 Being a sporting man as he is, Syed Saddiq takes note of the tips by acting it out along with his famous cat.\u00a0 The TikTok video has garnered over 90k likes on his official account and many of his fans complimented his sense of humour and how he is following the trend to communicate more with the youth.\u00a0 Parents, if you are late to TikTok, this new social media app has over 175 million downloads up to August 2020, making it one of the trendiest app in town. It started off as a 'dance-only' videos but now, it features a variety of other categories such as home decor and renovation, recipes, educational, parenting, health, and many others! So parents, as much as you despise the increasing number of social media these days, you can make good use of it by doing it right - which is be moderate and supervise your children's usage on social media. You will be surprised by how much tips and advice that you can apply in your daily life from these mediums.