We split up chores pretty well. Essentially we both only do the things we don't mind doing.
I handle all of the yard work and DIY projects with basically zero help from my wife. I do the grocery shopping as well as shopping for clothes for the girls. (my wife hates to shop, even for clothes & shoes and she works in the industry). I take out the garbage & recycling and sweep & mop up the kitchen at the end of the night. I also take responsibility for the girls schoolwork and anything involved with church. Starting this fall I am coaching my oldest girls soccer team.
Laundry is split probably 65% my wife 35% me. it used to be 100% me but since the kids have come along the responsibility has shifted
My wife handles 95% of the cooking and 99.9% of our social scheduling. She also coordinates all of the kids childcare and activities - who is taking which girl to which activity etc. As well, she co-ordinates all of the cleaning in the house, whether she is getting the cleaning people to come or she is doing it and/or asking me to help, it is her show.
Essentially, we both do what we are good at...I like to get things done and my wife likes to tell people what to do.
This is not to say that we see eye to eye all the time though