Nah - doesnt ring true
No male would ever be able to understand what he had done.
Or string together a sentence about feelings beginning: "Is it something I said?"
In the same respect, no female would ever admit anything was wrong until the man had asked at least 6more times and another 3hours had passed.
All I want to know is why that guy is allowed out of his cage
My gf has suggested I read.....Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus.
It's surprisingly good and worth reading!
You guys aren't supposed to understand... it's how we ensure our superiority!
Dylan Moran on women:
"The fridge door is open AND you were late last week"
Just before my wedding my father came to me with his one and only advice for married life.
"Son, many good men have gone completely insane trying to understand women. So don't try."
I dunno, it works the other way too - women don't understand men (but they think they do).
At least most men just admit they don't understand women...
I'm afraid you have been seduced by the dark side. Soon you'll be telling us that you've been reading 'Chicken Soup for The Soul', and admiring the different variaties of curtains on offer, instead of wondering what the footy scores are.Originally Posted by mrforgetful
YOU MUST RESIST!!!
I have one word to say on the male / female divide - cusions. i do not mean the useful ones that make up the integral part of a chair or a sofa - but those ones whose sole existence seems to be to site on a chair or sofa until someone wants to sit down, at which point they are cast aside. Expensive clutter. Women are obsessed with them and men do not even give them a second thought.
@limbo - that isn't strictly true. On a large, plain looking sofa, cushions can 'liven up' the room. The same goes for any ornament.
Now, don't get me wrong - I wouldn't have cushions out of preference, but out of a desire to not have a living room that was dull or unwelcoming...
Cushions on the bed, only good for throwing on the floor and falling over....grrrr
@localzuk - but if you are in a room that has a sofa and no-one is sitting on, or about to sit on, said sofa then what kind of room are you in?
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