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Things That Men Can Stop Doing at Any Time Now

Updated on May 2, 2013

I know you think you've got it going on...

Women aren't perfect either

“Women scheme when they are weak, they lie out of fear. Men scheme when they are strong, they lie out of arrogance.”

― Julian Barnes, Flaubert's Parrot

This article is not meant to degrade or reduce men, but simply point out some less than attractive behaviors that maybe potentially damaging or interfering with positive reactions or outcomes in many relationships. This is meant to help guide men to a better path. This is not a matter of men versus women; after all, women are already the subject of much criticism and the brunt of many jokes. Not addressing these issues would be nothing less than an injustice to mankind. Let us focus now on the male specimen.

I can't see, I can't SEE!

Sunglasses are removable

Wearing sunglasses inside or when it's not sunny

I cannot stand to see a man wearing sunglasses inside of a building, sheltered from any sun, or when it is not sunny outside or even worse, dark out. For one thing, you’re probably a danger to yourself or anyone you come in contact with. Sunglasses are meant to tint, block or decrease brightness from the sun, hence the word sunglasses. If you are tinting an environment that is not in need of tinting, then you may be obstructing your view. Speaking of obstructing your view, sunglasses, with or without the suns presence create an obstruction of the eyes. Sunglasses are as frustrating as someone standing behind you in the grocery store with a hands-free Bluetooth device rammed in their ear; “What? I’m sorry, what did you say? “Are you talking to me?” Then you feel like a moron once you catch on that the stranger was “on the phone”. The same annoying situation comes with sunglasses, “Uh is he smiling at me?” “What is he smiling at?” I shouldn’t have to decode every person with sunglasses. Not to mention, guys think that sunglasses are a great cover up for looking at things they shouldn’t be, whether it’s your breasts or even worse, when it’s your significant other and their looking at someone else’s! Okay Mr. Mysterious, the sun isn’t shining, the sunglasses are no longer serving their purpose or doing anything for your look, in fact, they’re starting to insult your intelligence.

Yo, yo what up baby girl?

Hey Willie, I can't help myself. Neither can I George. Hey Peter, look, it's a woman!

Yelling from your car...

This is perhaps my biggest male-behavior pet peeve!

Stop yelling out of your motor vehicles to women that you pass by! First of all, if I don’t have my arm extended and my thumb pointing in the air, then no; “I don’t want a ride”! I’m not talking about, “Hey Miss, do you need a lift? I’m talking about “Hey, sweet thang, you want daddy to give you a ride?” Uh, no, actually you’ve just made me particularly uncomfortable and I hope that you are not 100% mentally retarded and that you will pull away and forget I was there. Secondly, do you actually think that some random girl is actually going to respond to your offer with a “Yes, stranger. Thank you for asking. I would love to get in a vehicle with you and hope that you actually bring me to my destination without violating me.” Thirdly, let’s imagine a female pulling this same tactic; “Hey stud muffin, why don’t you walk that sweet arse over to my VW Bug and I’ll give you a lift?” I have yet to see a woman approach a man in this matter, nor have I been witness or subject to a woman yelling such idiotic statements out to me or any other female.

Obviously, this unwanted attention also applies to those men outside of motor vehicles that feel the need to holler or whistle at women. Thank you for making me despise passing by constructions sites or any group consisting of 2 or more men. Whistling has got to be one of the most useless and annoying noises in the world! I don't believe there are sold out whistling concerts and there have been very few if any circumstances in my life in which I have enjoyed another person's whistling. Whistling is good for sporting events and calling in a pet. Please don't whistle at me on the street, it is not the time or the place.

I do not like them in a car

I do not like them near or far

I do not like them in a truck

Today, I think they’re outta luck

I do not like them whistling at me

I do not like them, please let me be!

Uh, excuse me Sir, I don't mean to embarrass you, but it appears that your pants are falling down.

Please pull up your pants!

I’m not even old, and I can’t say that I find it offensive, but I certainly don’t find the seams in your britches attractive. Unless you’re modeling for Calvin Klein, you’re underwear belong under your pants, hence the term underwear. It’s tacky when a girl is falling out of her pants and it is no cooler when yours are falling to your knees. Some of you are just plain ridiculous; when you have to walk like you have a branch between your legs to prevent your pants from falling to your ankles, you’re just a fool. Need I mention how silly those of you look with your pants falling down and you're sporting a belt; talk about an oxymoron, or just a moron! If any of you men cannot afford a belt and thus your pants are falling down, then my deepest apologies, but in the meantime, find a rope.

Making sure the shark didn't getcha?

Um, do you really have to do that?

Please stop adjusting yourself, itching yourself or confirming that your Johnson is still in fact there, when you are in public, or around anyone for that matter. The more you play with it, the more I wonder what the heck kind of atrocities are going on down there. Do you need a cream buddy? If something that distressing is going on than by all means, excuse yourself to a private area and take care of your business, but I will not have a conversation with you while you play pocket pool; it makes me relatively uncomfortable. Imagine if we women hung from our tacos the same way you guys do? I couldn’t imagine looking up from my café table to see a women standing in line fixing a “frontal wedgie”.

“The fundamental cause of trouble in the world is that the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt.”

― Bertrand Russell

It was my pleasure...

This was no means a man-hating or male-bashing article; it was meant to be a service to the public. My hopes are that this service will help both men and women if we can create an awareness and curb our behavior. I hope that I was able to shed some light on some inappropriate or rather unappealing behaviors that you may or may not have been aware of, that are “not working” for you. There is so much more work to be done and there will be more to follow. Please keep your eyes open for installment number two. Thanks for reading.

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    • byshea profile image

      Shea 4 years ago

      I can't stand the pants below your a**** thing. It looks absolutely stupid and to me is a sign of a basically uneducated person.

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      I like your hub! I find it little bit funny and interesting since, you are a very observant person. Yes, there are men who acts like that, and yes, I get annoyed too. Especially those who let their pants down literally. Anyway, its their way to express themselves and only problem I think is when they get too far about doing it. Voted up!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      byshea,

      Yes, an uneducated person and so the purpose for my article ;-)

      Thanks!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      PaoloJpm,

      Thanks! It's good to know that you are proof that not-all-are-the-same!

      I'm all for personal style but there are things that are just rude, crude or offensive... or like you put it, "uneducated".

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      glad to read it up your interesting hub! anyway, yeah, some truly annoying and offensive, I once experienced when my friend and I walked in streets and some random guys screamed on my friend which is a girl. I was really angry, and I just thought "these damn uneducated freaks has nothing to do with their lives" well, its little bit unethical to think through, but can you blame me? I really hope people would think first before they act.

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      Freedom 4 years ago from ohio

      It was a pleasure reading. An idea popped out of this article.. Interview the other gender and then compare the gender peeves. Talking too much during a movie -verses - belching out loud in a formal setting. It could be interesting.

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      mr-veg 4 years ago from Colorado United States

      wow you got a list against us out here :) Good one Cat :D ... I think i should try to remove my sunglasses once in a while too , at least i know now that they are removable :)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      PaoloJpm,

      I never thought about what it would be like to be a guy with a group of "men behaving badly" and not participate in their fun. The truth is, I usually deem the entire group fools. I guess it makes you think twice about who you pal around with. Thanks! :-)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      freedomsthoughts,

      That is an awesome idea! Something tells me I'll be pulling my foot from my mouth if that hub is created. Hey, we're women, we have a knack for debate; guess we'll just have to have better counter defenses. And boy did you call that one; I have a tendency to want to talk through a lot of TV, if it's not questions it's opinions. Thanks!

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      Yeah, well, I once have some bad attitude friends towards the opposite sex. And I usually, get to troubles as I am part of the group.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      mr-veg,

      Well I'm glad you know they're removable! And, don't get me wrong, I know all men aren't guilty of these, but I figured I'd help those who do suffer! As freedomsthoughts mentioned, us women would have a list of our own if you ask a man.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      PaoloJpm,

      The sad thing is; a lot of times when men are trying to impress a lady, they end up offending her! Silly boys ;-)

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      mr-veg 4 years ago from Colorado United States

      Yeah I know cat every side dangles a bit every now and then, you just need to keep reminding people to strike balance !! being married now I would say that there is no such list for women :D

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      hehe yeah, lot of them often make those mistaken moves or so called our "the moves" well, I learned a lot from the point of view of your hub and the nice conversation we have. I should plan more about my "the moves" :-)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      mr-veg,

      Being married would suprise me even more that you couldn't construct a list! :-) What a wife and marriage you must have! I'm no prude, I just think it's a little annoying when guys do these things and think they're being impressive. I'd rather stop them while they're ahead.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      PaoloJpm,

      Well thank you very much. But something tells me you aren't one of the list's offenders. You seem like a nice boy! :-)

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      well, glad you feel it that way. And confidently speaking, yes. I respect a woman than myself. A woman should be loved not harmed. A simple tradition was currently forgotten "Ladies first" yet, I will never be forgetting it.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Aww, that is awesome that you have a lot of respect for women, but don't lose site of how important it is to have respect for yourself as well.

      Ah yes, the days of "ladies first"... you know how many times I have a door almost shut on me when there is a man in front of me? I have to say, every once in a while there is a gentleman that will hold a door. I hold doors for anyone who needs it. It should be that simple. Go PaoloJpm!

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      Of course, I know my limits till when can I hold back a temper you know.

      hehe, shame on the man whoever he is! I will never let a door shut a woman's beautiful face.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      No one is perfect, but you are closer to perfection when you're willing to admit that, rather than the people that try to come off as perfect. 'Tis human to err and boy am I human!

      Aww, you're too sweet!

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      John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 4 years ago from Philippine

      I am just being myself. glad you find my passion on how to view life to be sweet.

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      Gable Rhoads 4 years ago from North Dakota

      Very funny. +++

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Thank you much Gcrhoads64!

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      Chris Merritt 4 years ago from Pendleton, Indiana

      Hey, I think you said it all.........everything you said about men, annoy the heck outta me too.....You made me laugh, out loud even....by myself at my desk. Good stuff!

      Chris

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Chris,

      ...said it all? Really? I was figuring on another dozen of these articles. ;-)

      And I know, not all men are created equal... I'm sure you found it hard to even relate to this article. Thanks for laughing out loud; hopefully someone was watching! Thanks

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      RealityTalk 4 years ago from Planet Earth

      I know it wasn't a main point of the Hub, but your scenario about someone standing behind you in a line talking to someone not present via mic and an ear piece resonated with me. I always found it rude when someone was conversing on their headset while having the groceries rung up by a cashier. I mean, isn't it just common courtesy to direct your attention to the cashier?

      Regarding men yelling out from the cars. I can't say I have ever been a member of that club, but I did something embarrassingly close when I was in my teens. I was driving my parents car when I saw a pretty girl walking my way on the adjacent sidewalk. I don't think I yelled out to her, but I know we made eye contact. Unfortunately for my parent's car, I didn't break the eye contact soon enough. I rear ended the car in front of me. There was a nice end to the story however. The girl and me exchanged telephone numbers and dated for some months thereafter. The guy I rear ended thought the incident was funny and laughed it off; no harm to him or his car, just a damaged bumper on my car. And when I told my story to the guys at the repair garage, they repaired the dented bumper for free. It was 25 years before I told my parents about the incident. And I know keep both eyes on the road.

      Regarding the "wear your pants down to your knees fad." I guess I am old. About 6 months back, while driving my car, I happened on a young man riding a bicycle with his pants down to his knees. I rolled down my window and yelled to him, "Excuse me? Did you know your pants are following down? You might want to pull them up." He blushed. I laughed. And we both continued on our way. I guess I shouldn't have said anything. But, really now. Somebody had to tell him that just isn't right.

      I took no offense to anything your wrote in this article. Your article is funny and rings a lot of truth.

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      Well my awesome 'hot' and 'cool' cat of nine literary lives - it's always good to see how the other half lives, lol, because I don't do any of these affectations either in the past or in the present, lol.

      And now it's time for a brand new Top Ten Epi-man list -

      Top Ten literary trademarks of your writing:

      10. It's inimitable (no one does it quite like you)

      9. You are a creative anomaly ( and no one will ever do it quite like you)

      8. You could teach Cosmopolitan magazine a thing or two

      7. Love your BS detector

      6. You are a sexy writer (meaning - intelligent women can be sexy too but also funny)

      5. Your wit is uncanny and you always tell the truth

      4. Both men and women can learn from you (that is the gender duality of a great writer)

      3. I could see you writing a daily column in a newspaper

      2. You always make my day and inspire me to become a better writer too.

      1. They couldn't teach your 'style' at a writer's school.

      'cos in life you either got it or you don't - and my friend , you definitely 'got it.'

      Sending you warm wishes from Colin and his cats at lake erie time ontario canada 5:30pm

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      RealityTalk,

      Yes, the cellphone talker at the cashier is rude in my opinion. Is their conversation that imperative or life-threatening that they can’t deal with someone who is waiting on them for 5 minutes and then resume their call in the car like everyone else?

      Ah, very hard to look impressive while rear-ending a car, lol. I guess in your case it worked for you, wow, that’s gotta be a first. Free repairs and the rear-ended victim not flipping out; I’d say luck was on your side that day.

      I wouldn’t consider myself “old” either, but there is something about a person’s pants falling down that doesn’t scream fashion trend to me. Actually, it makes me think that people are lacking intelligence if they can’t understand that pants are meant to be worn at the waist; do they need a manual?

      Thanks for sharing your stories!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      My dearest Colin,

      I would expect nothing of the sort from my well-mannered, chivalrous knight. Gee Colin, you charm the pants right off me every time you speak! To honor my page with your beautiful words? I shall never close this tab and I think tonight, I must name my pillow Colin. ;-)

      You are the inspiration to so many and your flattery is intoxicating!

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      Lyz B. 4 years ago from Vermont

      The first two? Sunglasses, and yelling from cars. I've seen lots of girls with their huge sunglasses on in just inappropriate places, I don't see too many guys for some reason doing this :\ and the last time I was rudely called at by someone in a car...it was an immature girl!

      Boys and their pants get me. I think it all started with one boy who decided "screw belts" and it just snowballed into hell.

      Another one for me would be getting so damn whiny when sick. There's a cold, and then there's a man cold.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Little Miss Lyz,

      I completely agree about girls wearing sunglasses at silly times and I think I noted that we're guilty too (and by we're I don't mean me ;-0), but I wanted to direct my attention to the boys for now; what fun is pointing out how messed up girls are when you are one?

      I don't know... as far as yelling from the cars; I've never had a girl yet at me from a car, just usually on the internet. In the country, I see toothless red-necks yellin' out and in the city; well city-type people. I'm nothing special and that's basically my point. Some men just get so excited to see someone of the opposite sex they lose all control over how to behave appropriately.

      I've seen several "fashion statements" that I just refuse to be a part of or otherwise don't understand, but the wardrobe malfunction? I just don't get it.

      I absolutely hear you about the "man cold". We must drop everything and baby a man with a 98.7 degree temperature, but when we're sick we still need to change diapers and make casseroles!

      Thanks for the comments!

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      Crystal Tatum 4 years ago from Georgia

      Have you ever seen a man who was wearing sunglasses inside who wasn't also acting arrogant, like he was the coolest person in the room? I think that tells you everything about why they do it!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Crystal,

      Exactly! It's funny while the spray-tanned man stands there, pecks tightened, thinking "she wants me"; I'm thinking what a moron. He must have a small... brain. ;-)

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      Keith Ham 4 years ago from Niagara Falls, Ontario

      I like this and I've caught women doing all of these as well, sometimes worse. However, your right that guys do it a lot too - maybe it should be people that stop doing them all together?

      As for adjusting, well, the sad truth is that stuff sticks, hangs, gets caught, pinches, sweats, and itches fiercely at a almost constant rate. I don't think I could ever change that! Good article.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Keith,

      You're absolutely right about women being guilty; but how much fun is it for me to knock my own kind?

      Okay, ... so you had me to itches fiercely... I think there's a cream for that. ;-)

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      Keith Ham 4 years ago from Niagara Falls, Ontario

      I'm sorry but I have no idea your name so I'll just call you Can't, what a fantastic title, right?

      It can be very fun, in fact, most of my kind are knumbskulls and we all sort of do stupid things for no reason sometimes. I've done it, in fact, I could be right now. I do know a lot of guys that yell out of windows or put sunglasses on in like the middle of winter or wear them to concerts in the middle of the night for some reason - I have no idea why, its a mystery. I agree with you, basically, I'm just a equal opportunity critic I suppose.

      Yeah, that doesn't work... trust me! We touch them way more... Its like waxing down marbles and trying to keep them in your hands after you rubbed them with oil.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Keith,

      Call me Cat. Well, I have two theories behind my "calling out the boys"; 1 is that because I'm told that I'm a girl, I'm constantly having to defend my kind (not that we (and by we I mean others) don't do stupid things) all the time. Where I pointed out in the very beginning that women are guilty too and not all men are the same, many men critique women as if they are all the same, one dumb move from one and we're all the same! Also, while criticizing women, a lot of guys have the attitudes that not only are we little inferior trolls but they are superior gods. 2 is exactly that point; so many guys think that they are so wonderful and flawless that it actually makes them obnoxious. I don't want/expect anyone to be insecure with themselves, but the most arrogant guys I know, I find extremely mentally disabled... all the while they are thinking "she wants me".

      You might want to talk to your doctor... I think there are pills as well. I don't believe flaming genitals is a good thing. :-)

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      Jim Higgins 4 years ago from Eugene, Oregon

      Well, Cat, I came to read this and have to say that I agree wholeheartedly. Lotsa men are just stupid. I once read some "rules of etiquette supposedly penned by old George Washington himself. The one I recall most vividly and one I have tried to live by is "Shift not thyself in front of others."

      Great hub and good humor too!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      xstatic,

      That's too funny! Now I can scold a man and quote Washington at the same time! I started with a list that I had jotted down but the next thing I knew my hub was at a healthy length and too much in one sitting might be too much for a guy to handle. There will be more to follow, but I will have to steer away for a moment and direct my attention to finishing some of my already started hubs so as to not create a "man-hater" image. Then, perhaps in all fairness I will do one about women's faux pas. Thanks for stopping, thanks for the laugh and gotta love your name :-)

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      Derrick Bennett 4 years ago

      Some find it cool I for one is not a fan of the pants thing and I'm a guy I can't stand that. Yelling at a woman from their car is rude, but in men defense woman do it to. Lastly adjusting yourself makes you look like you didn't wash.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      soconfident,

      Ha ha, I have to admit, I have a hard time picturing a woman yelling out of her car... are you shaking your tush when you walk? ;-)

      Yes, the pant thing, I'm glad you can't stand it... I think it looks extremely stupid and the lower they are the worse it is!

      "Didn't wash", lol. Awesome!

      Thanks for the comments

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      Natasha Pelati 4 years ago from South Africa

      Lol! yes good points and I guess thats what seperates women from men.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Tashaonthetown,

      Thanks! Yes, there are certainly some big differences between men and women's behaviors, but I bet if we looked at "the worst of the worst" of women behaviors we could come up with some God-aweful ones!

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      Nicole S Hanson 4 years ago from Minnesota

      One word: Awesome. Loved this!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Nicole S,

      Aww, thanks. You've got good taste; I'll have to work my way over to your pages and see what you've got going on. Thanks for the props :-)

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      Devika Primić 4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      You accomplished a super Hub here and so true I found this hub to be funny and so interesting.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      DDE,

      Aw thanks; I really appreciate it. I thought of many more, but I figured I'd better do other hubs in between so I don't offend the boys. :-)

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      ketage 4 years ago from Croatia

      Hilarious hub, really enjoyed reading it, and have shared it on Facebook :) I actually have a friend who tried to wear his sunglasses to a party at night, we laughed so hard he got embarrassed and took them off.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      ketage,

      Aw shucks, thanks! I really appreciate it. Yeah, I would imagine being laughed at knocked the "cool" right out of his sails. That's too funny!

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      Nicole A. Winter 4 years ago from Chicago, IL

      My best friend, (other than my fiance',) is also a guy. I was appalled when last year I complained about a guy who consistently went out of his way to make moves on me and my guy friend was like, "Well, you should just take it as a compliment, he's not doing anything wrong!" The man in question who was hitting on me was a person from the neighborhood who I didn't know, who went out of his way when he saw me walking down the street to do whatever, cross the street and walk up to me to tell me how "fine, beautiful, whatever," I was to him. This kind of behavior is my BIGGEST pet peeve with guys, and the fact that my best friend just brushed it off, really bothered me. The way I see it, if I don't know you & we're not in a social setting where it's acceptable for you to speak to me, you *do not* need to be speaking to me, period.

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Oi... Cat, stop slagging us poor guys off!! :-)

      This was a very funny slice-of-life hub and you always work your photos and images in so well that they complement the story.

      I have to totally agree with you about guys wearing their trousers half-way down their legs, I just don't really want to see it ---

      Rest of the stuff doesn't really happen too much in Ireland I think, guys wearing sunglasses indoors --- no way, you would be shunned and mocked for eternity if you did this...

      Guys yelling at women from building sites or passing cars --- not really so much, I never really see it too much --- sometimes guys honk their horns and blow kisses or gesticulate a bit but nothing too offensive and not that often...

      Maybe Irish guys are just a bit more scared --- the women over here have terrible tempers! :-)

      Great hub --- voted up!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Nicole Winter,

      It's funny that guys think they are somehow "scoring" points with us when in fact, they're making our skin crawl. A compliment is a compliment and it's nice to hear one every now and then. But when a random stranger just says univited things to us, inside of our bubble, it actually makes us feel uncomfortable. Sometimes it leaves me wondering... "Um, so fine that you're going to follow me home?" Gee, how do we know if these people with their random comments are cuckoo for cocoa puffs? Do they think that we're going to say; "Oh really, you find me beautiful? Take me, take me now!"

      For guys to justify that behavior from other guys just goes to show that they're swimming in the same sea.

      Thanks for stopping!

      Cat

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Damianoooo,

      You know, I’ve always been extremely found of Ireland, but you’ve got me convinced that is where I need to be! :-) Maybe it’s not just the women being so mean, perhaps the men are simply nicer or at least a bit more respectable?

      We agree on the pants falling down thing, but I should also mention that around these rural “sticks” that I live in… I’m lucky to see a man’s briefs because more often, the whole moon is hanging out!

      Thanks for stopping! ;-)

      Cat

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      My pleasure Cat :-)

      Not sure that it is always that the men are more respectful, maybe a bit of that but also that the population here is much less, so that everybody tends to know each other and even if not directly, then they know somebody who does know you.

      This is probably why Irish people are so friendly but believe me, it can have its downsides as well --- I definitely take your point about men coming up to you in the street and trying to force their attention on you... that's creepy and not on!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      damionoooo,

      I have to say that what I know of Ireland is only from the movies and maybe a couple of history classes, but it does seem like such a great place to live. I'm sure you guys have some down sides over there though.

      Don't get me wrong, who doesn't love a compliment? I'll probably take them more than reject them but I get a kick out of strangers giving them. What is it that they are hoping for in the process? Are they just so enamored by their beauty that they can't hold back or are they hoping that the woman will throw herself at him and demand he take her home? I just wish I knew their intentions... or maybe I'd be better not knowing. :-)

      Cat

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      That would take a long time to explain and you probably are better off not knowing... ;-)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Okay then, when you've got more time... ;-)

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      Nicole A. Winter 4 years ago from Chicago, IL

      I find guys gesticulating pretty offensive, I gotta say, damionoooo ;)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Nicole,

      I thought I might've known what gesticulating was but I "Googled" it to make sure it had nothing to do with ejaculating... and it doesn't, well not generally. :-)

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Well.... ok, this is just my interpretation so please don't shout at me for it :-)

      When a man sees a pretty woman he doesn't get nearly as far as intentions, nowhere near --- he just goes directly back to his instinct and his instinct tells him that he must impress her, but to impress her he must get noticed first. And he knows that if she is beautiful, then he is going to be competing against lots of other men.

      But that is what his inner-voice always tells him --- push yourself forward... compete!!

      It's not easy being a man! :-)

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      Nicole A. Winter 4 years ago from Chicago, IL

      I get that it's not easy being a guy, really I do, but street harassment is a pretty big button-pusher for me. Living in a large city, I've had guys come up to me off the street and say things that would make a sailor blush. I've basically gotten to the point where I want to walk around in men's clothing just to be better protected from unwarranted or unwanted comments.

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Yes, I know Nicole ---- that's not very nice I agree... it does happen over here though, I am just reporting it and not saying it is a good thing...

      Generally, the gesticulating isn't very offensive but still... it is offensive, for sure

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Yep.... I know Nicole.

      There are a lot of guys who go way across the line --- they are everywhere, and some guys who think that if a woman wears a short skirt, she is "asking for it..."

      I am not defending all men here

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      damian0000,

      I love your insight on why men insist on bringing attention to themselves. That actually makes a lot of sense. I guess if you think about it, women strutting in heels and skirts are probably subconsciously calling for attention? We are the backward species... the women attracting the men for mating. :-)

      ...and I would never shout at you; honesty is the best policy!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Nicole,

      Being beautiful shouldn't be a burden and it's too bad that you feel you should have to alter who you are to avoid unwanted attention. Thank goodness I live in a more rural setting, but especially in the warmer seasons I like to wear skirts and tank tops and short shorts, but that doesn't mean my body's for sale and it doesn't necessarily mean I want anyone's attention. Should we have to wear snowsuits to the beach?

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Thanks for that Cat but you can shout at me any time! :-)

      Nicole --- sorry that you are having bad time in your city, doesn't sound very pleasant...

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      damian0000,

      Well, I'll give you a shout, but I won't shout at you; I don't want to scare anyone away :-).

      ...and the same right back at you, of course you can shout at me if you need to, it's actually a language that I understand quite well; people seem to speak to me in "shout" all the time :-)

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      damian0000 4 years ago from Belfast

      Haha :-)

      For sure I will Cat.

      Well I better get off your hub now or people will start asking questions! ;-)

      Anyway... it is very, very late/early and you are depriving me of my beauty sleep again!

      I really enjoy talking to you though... and you --- get some sleep too! :-)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      damian0000,

      Thanks! Yes, now go get a good night sleep, but not too good; boys shouldn't be that pretty. :-)

      Thanks for hanging around!

      Cat

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      vandynegl 4 years ago from Ohio Valley

      Hi Cat, Enjoyed this read! I would be curious to see an article related to women like this too (here's an idea for you!). :)

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      vandynegl,

      Thank you! I certainly have more of the "things men can stop doing" in mind, but I have thought about leveling the playing field and making one about women too. I hope I don't learn to regret that one! Thanks for stopping and commenting!

      Cat

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      vibesites 4 years ago from United States

      Too bad there's no "All" button in the choices... (but I find men wearing sunglasses comparatively tolerable)

      Very interesting and funny hub. Hehehehe.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      vibesites,

      Thanks! Yeah, I'm thinking I ought change that "None, you're crazy" option into an "All the above"... did you see people have actually voted that I'm crazy? Hehehe

      Thanks again!

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      Dr. Gary L. Sidley 4 years ago from Lancashire, England

      This hub brightened my day because I can honestly say I don't engage in any of these behaviors - well except for the very occasional re-adjustment, but hey, non of us are perfect!

      I like your style and have become your latest follower.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      gsidley,

      Aw thanks, anything I can do to make a brighter day :-)

      You can re-adjust yourself as much as you'd like, but I just can't hold a serious conversation with you when you do! :-)

      Thanks again!

      Cat

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      John 4 years ago from Irvine, California

      OK. So I read your ramble about world peace and was so impressed by your insight that I decided to read this hub of yours as well.

      EPIC FAIL

      In fact, this hub almost made your other hub less meaningful.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      bisnar665,

      I sincerely hope you're joking?! I welcome debates and criticism at anytime, in fact, I generally appreciate them. But, why would you choose a hub with a picture of Johnny Bravo and clearly one made up for absolute comedic relief, to guage my worth? If you weren't looking for this kind of hub, I have others.

      I am deeply sorry that you were so disappointed by this hub. I hope you don't lose any sleep tonight. Oh and are you suggesting that someone who wishes for peace and love cannot have a sense of humor? Dinnertime at your house must be awfully dry.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Cat

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      ahorseback 4 years ago

      Hi Cat ! I don't understand human nature enough to know the answers , but theres a whole lot of ego involved in men . I swear the age of maturity gets higher and higher though , just for fun I voted on the pole "none ,your crazy " I was just foolin ya cuteylol.....ed

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Ed,

      I don't understan human nature enough to know either! But I love men, they're great... always good for a laugh :-) It's all in good fun. Between you and me, some people voted that I'm crazy... and I don't believe they were fooling around :-) I'll take it though.

      Thanks a bunch!

      Cat

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      Romeos Quill 4 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      Very witty,funny,full of emotional intelligence,and telling it like it is.

      I think the 'wolf-whistling',as we call it in England is universal;I mean....I don't know of any pretty women who have hit it off with a scaffold-suspended lout with builder's bum;-even a noble savage has more sense than this.If all men thought,and acted like this,the future of the human race could be in serious trouble.

      This one gets an awesome up from me!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Romeos Quill,

      Well thank you so much! I think guys are great... but I can't help but stand back and laugh at them when they think they're charming a lady, when really, they look like a fool.

      Thanks again!

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      C E Clark 4 years ago from North Texas

      Funny, but still serious in so many ways. Hard to say which of these things is worst because they're all so gross and disrespectful. Agree that some men are definitely 'specimens,' if you know what I mean -- fresh out of the cup. Love the caption on the photo of the guy coming out of the water!

      Great hub! Voted up and funny. Very instructive if you can get men to read this.

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      ahorseback 4 years ago

      What Cat , who says you're crazy , want me to beat them up for you ? I would , you're so adorable !

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Au fait,

      Thank you, and I must say, I'm glad you can appreciate my sense of humor as it can be a little silly at times. You might be one of the only people who didn't counter this hub with a "Men can say the same thing about women" comment. Though I agree there are tons of things women do that can be criticized, can we just have one moment to discuss men's faults without having to drag women's faux pas into it? :-)

      The thing that really annoys me is when guys do something that I just find crude or disrespectful and they somehow think they're earning points. Luckily, I don't leave my house much anymore :-)

      Thanks again, I really appreciate the comments!

      Cat

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Ed,

      You're toooooo cute! You were just making me smile, but now you've got me laughing! Yes, I too would like to know who thinks I'm crazy :-) What's up with that? I guess that's what you get for putting a question like that out there... but I'll take it, I think it's funny. No, don't go beatin' anyone up... I don't want to have to track you down and bail you out of jail :-)

      Thanks a bunch Ed!

      Cat

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      moonlake 4 years ago from America

      When they get older they come with different problems. Every mintue of the day they want to know what the weather is doing. Oh and hair in their ears! Voted up and funny.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      moonlake,

      Oh my goodness, I never thought about the hub "Things that OLDER men can stop doing anytime now!" That would be hilarious... Well, I'll tell ya, I think I'm in between the "young crowd" and the "elderly crowd" right now... and the last (not that there's been a hoard of them, seriously. :-)) man I dated was 11 years my senior. He was getting the beginings of the hairs in the ears, weird nostril hairs... pacing and daydreaming... oh and the middle of the night bladder inconveniences! Too funny! Thanks so much for stopping by!

      Cat

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      hahaha. What annoys me the most? Definitely checking to see if Johnson is still there and the cat calling! Oh, yeah...and the asking if a girl needs a lift thing. You're funny, sister.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Ha ha... Yes, this was originally only a part one... but I thought I might have to do a 'Things Women Can Stop Doing Any Time Now' before I do any more 'calling out' of the men... don't want to offend too many all at once. Then again, maybe I'm better off just keeping my mouth shut... me lost another follower today... lol. One step forward... two steps back.... that's how I roll! lol

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      Aw, I haven't noticed your follows drop. Hahah..well, I have a suggestion for ya....things that me do to turn women off....talking about another woman's ta-tas.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Ha ha ha!!! Yeah... well, I'm pretty sure some of our fb convos would turn a person or two off too! lol.

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      That should've said men do, not me do! BAHAHA Seriously, though, posting crap about a woman's rack on FB or talking to me about them as if I'm just one of the guys. Sure, it's a bit funny sometimes, but then I'm thinking something like "and you wonder why you don't have a girlfriend."

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Oh... lol, me thought you were talking like that on purpose! Ha ha ha!

      Now that I know what you're talking about... yes, I agree... I also don't like how they have to look at them before they communicate with you! lol

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      LOL. Nah, me might talk like that on purpose sometimes or in similar jesting fashion when I type, but that was pure typo...hehe...and makes more sense as a complaint in correct form.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Lol... It definitely changes the direction of the conversation! lol

      Y'ever get in a fight and stumble or stutter your words? lol... kind of makes the fight lose it's seriousness, which I don't appreciate when I'm mad! :D

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      I honestly try not to fight. What does it really prove? But, yeah, when I'm mad, I'm mad. And sometimes when I'm not really mad, but exasperated I will speak too quickly (hence Open Wide hehe) or stumble. Sometimes laughter happens instead because, as you say, the seriousness is gone.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Okay... well, I should've been more specific... I used to fight but I really have changed a lot, for one thing... the kids and secondly, words leave damage far longer than just when spoken. Oh, I love the exasperated kind of anger... lol, my dad's face used to get red and he'd lose his breath as he was screaming... wonder where I got it from? lol

      Speaking too quickly... uh, yeah... still working on that one :D

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      Haha. I used to yell back whenever someone yelled at me or angered me, but now not so much. For one thing, it really just takes a lot to anger me in the first place and few people have actually accomplished that level of anger in me. Now, I realize it doesn't do me any good to yell even when mad and I'd rather walk away if allowed, if not....kill 'em with kindness, or by at least not getting angry in return.

      By exasperated, I don't necessarily mean about to blow my top. Hahaha....I just mean I've had enough and that it is a ridiculous thing to argue about anyway. You know, just like "enough already!"

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      I'm guessing we change... mellow, calm down as we get older? Or in my case... just get sick of hurting and being hurt?

      Oh... lol, I'm glad you clarified the 'exasperated'... now that you can imagine what breakfast was like at my house growing up! lol

      My father would decide he wanted to fight with me mom and she'd go up to bed to 'not deal with it' he'd stand at the bottom of the stairs while my brothers and I were laying in bed ourselves and scream 'I'll go all night long, I'm not going to stop!" Followed by a lot of colorful words! lol

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      Awww. :( That's actually kind of sad, Cat.

      My grandma's face will turn red at the drop of a hat, whether she is mad or just excited about something. Trying to play Kemps with her was always fun. No one ever wanted to be her partner. LOL. Remember that one? Did you play it? The one where you have to have secret codes with your partner to win a round.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      It might be a little sad... it surely rubbed off on me. If I were irritated with something... right in the middle of Walmart, I'd tell you. I'd have my 'man' leave me right in the store out of embarrassment... while I'm basking in the glory of his defeat! lol... But I've grown out of that... for the most part :D

      Kemps? Ugh... no, I've never even heard of it.... I'll have to Google it, I betcha a million I can find something on it.

      All I can picture is a cute little old granny with her cheeks puffed and a red face.... lol!

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      marion langley 3 years ago from The Study

      I find the low riding pants silly but I suspect that much of it is for the social benefit from other men and has nothing to do with the ladies. It would be hillarious watching them hitching up or losing those pants to out run a bear LOL

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      marion,

      I'm sure you're right! I think I have seen a man lose his pants while he was running... I can't imagine that does much for social benefits! Ha ha!

      Either way... I can't help but picking on the guys... I'm sure us lady could have hub of our own! :D

      Thanks a lot for stopping!

      Cat

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      epigramman 3 years ago

      Things that men can't stop doing anytime now: Well I can't stop - ever- thinking about you. (Geesh, it sounds like a line that Ed would come up with , lol )

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      Jimmy 3 years ago

      Excellent hub. Enjoyed reading. Have to admit I don't get the wearing sunglasses inside thing either..Jimmy

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Ed? Ed, is that you? Ha ha ha! Does it really hurt that bad Colin? lol... well, I haven't been online for 10 minutes, but you've got me laughing!

      I'd like to do a part 2, 3 and 4... but then I'm going to have to write a Bible of 'What Women Can Stop Doing Any Time Now!'... just to keep my man friends from throwing tomatoes at me! :D

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Jimmys Money blog,

      Hey! Thanks for the compliments, I really appreciate it! I can understand if someone's recovering from cataract surgery or something, otherwise... why?

      Thanks Jimmy... I'll have to wander over your way when I get a free minute!

      Cat

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      epigramman 3 years ago

      Actually I've been on a roll today - writing some new ones but I could certainly come up with something based on that theme , lol, What women can stop doing anytime now , lol lol

      How was your day dearest Cat of nine lives and beyond - how is your family and how is number one which is you of course, always remember to look out for Cat too.

      Nice quiet day today and I haven't talked to anyone - maybe that's why.

      It's our holiday weekend here with Canada Day on Monday but it's funny how fast summer seems to be going this year - my oh my where does the time go?

      Watched a real crazy movie last night I will send you the link.

      Ta ta for now,

      Ed, lol

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      I figured you'd have to have some new ones up! ... being away for so many hours, my mailbox is a disaster! I'll have to come looking :D

      Oh, the rain made for quite a day... I had so much to do outside and I'd get started... it'd rain. The sun would come back out and so would I... then it'd rain! I was stubbornly trying to work through it all and I'm a bit of a wet Cat still! But I'm here now! :D

      The kiddos are awesome... thanks for asking. I had to get them all dolled up today to go get their pictures taking with their daddy, so I'm flying solo!

      Happy Holiday Weekend to you! You gonna blare your music in honor of the occasion? lol

      Oh... I really don't want to think of summer going by, I'm trying to convince myself it's only just started... but I guess that's why I'm always so devastated when it ends, I spend the whole summer in denial :D

      I'll be looking for that link... and I'll be heading your way too!

      Thanks Ed... I mean Colin.... lol

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      Actually, it wasn't like the cute little granny scenario you might be picturing. Hahaha. She had my mother when she was 18 and my mother was 19 when I was born, so she's only in her late 60s or so. She would've been in her 50s when I was a teen playing the card game.

      And just in case you wondered what game I am actually talking about (yes, you are right, anything can be found on Google). . .http://www.ehow.com/how_4545843_play-card-game-kem...

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Wow... my parents are in there 50's.. matter of fact, my mom's 52 and my dad, 53. Which, if I do the math correctly... let's see, I was the last one born in 82, a brother in 81, another in 80... married in '79... today is their 34th Wedding Anniversary actually! My mother was born in '60, so 60 from 82 would be 22... which means she's gotta be 3 years older than your mother... is your mother 49? lol.... Actually, depending on when birthday's fall; my mom will be 43 in 2 weeks. Whew! I've got my math in for the day! lol

      Oooh... I'm going to check out that link right now... Awesome! Thanks!!! :D

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      Hahaha....yes, actually, my mother was born in '63. You just boggled my mind with all that math to come up with that fact, though!

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Wow, I am good... now I must go call my HS math teacher and tell him otherwise! lol... Yes, I like to take the long way around :D

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      Shannon 3 years ago from Texas

      LOL I almost despise math, and probably because I am so terrible at it! I can do basic algebra and that's about it. Geometry proofs always messed with my mind. It was like, "why does this make sense when the concept is explained, yet I can't do it step by step in my own mind to come up with an answer on my own?" haha

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Math, for me is one of those 'If you don't use it, you lose it' kind of things. I can usually understand a concept while in that unit... but once on to the next unit... don't ask me to go back! Lol... well, thank God for calculators and cellphones... and the internet! Hehehe!

      What business do they have putting letters in mathematics anyway? lol

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      Zeron87 3 years ago

      Yeah, the whistling thing isn't to impress women, it's to make the guys look "cool" in front of each other. It's for us to show to our mates, "Hey, I'm a guy and I'm interested in that hot woman like other guys." All guys know their chances for mackin a chick are diminished if they're trying to hit on her as a group, and the guys who haven't realized that don't get anybody anyway. And the crotch grabbing... Sorry but sometimes we gotta itch or adjust and we don't care who's watching. Plain and simple. Just adding a guy's perspective is all.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Zeron87,

      Hey, that's so awesome how you're willing to share the 'man's secrets' with me! I actually very much appreciate it... see, these are the things someone should be assigned to telling us ladies when we're younger.

      That is funny, but seriously, I'm not going to pick my nose in front of you, could you at least turn around if you've got tend to your stuff? It's a little distracting in the middle of a conversation... besides, do you really want someone wondering why it's itching? lol

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Cat

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      ahorseback 3 years ago

      Okay Okay , I've got todo a ........Things a woman can stop doin now "! Oh my God can I go on and on . !He he ......this could get fun !

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Ed... please, please.... I would love to hear your version of 'Things a woman can stop doin now'! Get to work! I'm laughing already! :D

      Do it! Do it! Do it!

      Don't be afraid Ed, I'm here for you!

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      Lanao G 3 years ago from Ozamiz City, Philippines

      hahaha....thank you for sharing this funny hub! love to read about women too...

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      light20,

      Thank you very much! I love to see someone laughing, even if it's at me :D ... I've been seriously considering doing a women's one... but I'd only scratched the surface with the men! Hahaha... maybe I should bounce back between the two, as to not upset any one particular sex too much at a time! lol

      Thanks a lot for the stop and the laughter!

      Cat

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      Amanda Jones 3 years ago

      This is probably the best Hub I have seen so far!

      Good Hub with useful information. A must read for all.

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      AmandaJon,

      Wow, that's certainly a compliment and a half! I very much appreciate the visit! Thank you!

      Cat

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      Hailey 3 years ago

      Ha ha awesome hub LOL men are so funny sometimes.

      Cool hub, thumbs up!

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      HaileyAdams,

      Aw, thank you! I'm glad I could make you laugh! Yes, funny, that's one of the many things men can be :D

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Cat

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      toptengamer,

      I'm glad to hear you don't do much of this... though some of them are quite entertaining and amusing, despite my 'apparent annoyed tone' :D

      You've given me a wonderful idea about that married man list though! Ha ha ha... thanks a lot for stopping by, I'll have to swing your way soon!

      Cat

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      Amber 3 years ago from United States

      Lol.... You are hilarious, but true!!! They can stop doing everything you mentioned, like right this second!! You're too funny... Hope you have a great night~

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      georgialgal1984,

      Wow, thank you for another lovely visit, I can and will easily repay you another visit!

      I'm so very happy you can appreciate my sense of humor. Of course, I'm only being a goofball and it's meant to be in good fun. I'm sure a list twice as long could be made for women :D ... but I am not even done with the men's list yet! lol... This was constructed to be a Part 1! Just testing the waters to see if I'd survive a Part 2!

      Thanks again for the visit and I'm so glad you laughed!

      Cat

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