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TITLE: Women are hard to understand?
By lauren finchum
08/14/07
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This is pure jest. Nothing personal against men. Lord knows we woman love'em!
Enjoy!
Men say that woman–the fairer sex– are hard to read.
Men say we should come with an instruction booklet.
Why?
They’d never READ it!
Come on, don’t say you would.
You try to fix the sink, repair the doorbell, and set up the DVD player without reading the booklet, so why should women come with one?
It would only be a waste of trees.
Then there’s their idea of ‘clean’–which means if the sock doesn’t smell like the cheese puff factory, said sock is fair game.
Or what ‘I will in a minute’ REALLY means. You know what I mean, ladies.
“Could you take out the trash, dear?”
“Yeah, babe, I will in a minute.”
And an hour later, they’re still watching The Simpsons re-runs.
Or how they ask for your number when dating and say, “call ya soon” on December 5th and January 31st you’re wondering if they got hit by a Mack truck, decided to go ahead with the trip to the moon, or just lost the number December 6th.
Then there’s the hardware store. You walk through Home Depot with a man to find the doorknob kit to fix the bedroom door that’s been broken for a month, and they go in circles claiming “No, I know right where it is”.
Twenty minutes later they still don’t have the kit, but still know “right where it is”.
Meanwhile you’ve past five of the orange vested workers asking “Can I help you?”
Why do men do that?
Thrill of the hunt?
Ego?
Plain stupidity. . . . . .
All the above?
Men are the ones who should come with an instruction booklet. We ladies would actually READ IT!
But even though they seem to be the dullest crayon in the box, they still snag our hearts with their little boy smiles, and the cute little rose they gave you yesterday.
Maybe we women are a little ditzy, because, we love men.
Come on, admit it, we’d rather be in a house that’s dotted with cheese puff socks with a good, loving, sweet, Godly man, then in a sock free house without one!

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