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After the fight with Vegeta, Chi-Chi only cared for Gohan. But honestly she's always worried about goku and their relationship is pretty nice I. Chi-Chi, Bulma and Videl are perhaps some of the most interesting (and A super strong alien in a relationship with a human is bound to Vegeta believed that Goku was strong because he had a family to fight for, and. Goku and Chi-Chi's relationship is probably one of the more realistic ones in It's more that he wants to give everyone a fair chance at fight to.
Dragon Ball: Things That Chi-Chi Can Do That Goku Can't
When Goku first met Chi-Chi, they were only kids. Chi-Chi quickly fell in love with Goku, who was completely oblivious to her feelings. When Chi-Chi and Goku talked about getting married and having a family, something the Ox King was happy to set up, Goku agreed, but it was only because he thought marriage was something to eat.
But, this naive mistake didn't deter Chi-Chi's feelings, and she took the proposal to heart. Chi-Chi would hold on to her feelings for Goku and the "promise" he made, thinking they were engaged to be married.
Because of this, and because of his huge appetite, Goku was quick to make a promise to Chi-Chi that they would get married. Chi-Chi held on to this promise and when they were older, she approached him once more to follow through on their plans for marriage.
But, Goku is a good-natured person, and he made a promise, so he officially proposed to Chi-Chi in the middle of their match, and she agreed. In fact, we have reason to believe it's never happened behind closed doors.Goku x Chichi Moments Part 1
Goku said no and Vegeta was shocked, saying "but you're married! Of course, this doesn't mean that they've never kissed, as it could also imply that Goku thought the act of sharing the senzu bean was weird.
In fact, when Chi-Chi first approached Goku after all those years, he didn't even recognize her. Not only that, he didn't even remember the promise he made either, a fact that Chi-Chi was quick to yell at him for. Also, Goku's not the smartest guy in the world, so it's fair to say that he didn't forget about her on purpose or out of any sort of malice.
Luckily, he made up for things by following through on the promise he forgot, and the two have been together since. Not to mention she does everything- the bills, child-rearing, housekeeping, cooking, etc. She even comes to accept her children will be a part of her husband's fighting business and never holds a grudge against Goku for leaving the family behind or even consider remarrying, but apparently it's not good enough for the story so we get these people who pair Goku with other women so they can enable him or just because they hate Chi-Chi.
The worst part about it is that these people get defending in all this and if you don't agree to "canon" such as "She trapped Goku into marriage", "She abuses her family", or "She's a gold-digger" or what she does is bad, you may be labeled as a faboy or a white-knight.
They would also bring up how Toriyama "hates" her as if he views her as the most despicable thing. Goku Even though Goku is the main character, he's not blameless either.
Goku also gets a bad rep for being a neglectful father and husband as he tends to be gone for up to years on end but fans don't consider that he had no control over that.
Most of the time he was either dead or gravely injured trying to protect them. The only time him being gone can arguably be held against him is when he stayed at Yadrat for a year the time it took for him to learn one technique, which came quite in handy in the long-run or when he flew off to train with Oob on a whim even though he does promise he'll visit regularly. You can argue him not wanting to work is a bad thing but for someone who never grew up with money at all, it's more than likely he just doesn't understand the importance of financing.
For all its flaws, Super does have him eventually get a job albeit at Chi-Chi's behest, which it at least shows he's willing to do something he doesn't necessarily enjoy for his family's well-being.