What Women Really Think About What Men Are Really Thinking
Oh you men...
Years of exposure to 20th century media has taught women a lot about what men are thinking. The fun thing about it is that we've actually come to view men as complete stereotypes. We think we understand them, but do we really? Women are portrayed as complicated, deep creatures too complex to be understood by any man, whereas men are simple creatures. The following male myths are commonly proportionated throughout society. Which do you agree with? Which are patently false?
Women think men are always thinking about carnal pleasures, because we have been conditioned to think that is what men think about. Apparently a man cannot breathe without thinking about his next conquest.
Women think that men are all afraid of commitment. In spite of the fact that some men are downright clingy and will declare love after 5 minutes (because men are actually capable of falling head over heels in love the same way women are) we will still be surprised if a man actually proposes.
Women think that men are all ego. The idea of a non competitive man is foreign and strange to us.
Women think that men enjoy bar fights and brawling. Good men hit other men in the name of justice. Bad men hit anyone for the heck of it.
Women think that all men want is sex. If a man approaches us and is friendly, he must want to mate with us. Quite often this is actually true. The rest of the time, it is not.
Women think that all men enjoy danger. The notion of a man who would rather not throw himself into a volcano out of a helicopter whilst diffusing a C4 bomb is almost unthinkable.
Women think that men don't need reassurance in relationships. We are the needy ones, they can get by with an occasional dog biscuit and a pat on the head.
Women think that men think that we are insane and irrational. Men who do understand us must be gay.
Women think that men hate shopping, with the exception of tool and toy stores. (This may also actually be true.)
Women think that men should be seen and not heard.
Women think men are obsessed with power, unlike us women who never struggle in cold war style for many years, jostling for position as the alpha female.
Women think men aren't really thinking. We think they want a sandwich.