Any suggestions on how a guy should deal with their partner when she has PMT and no word in the...
world is safe from misinterpretation or invoking her wrath - staying quiet doesn't seem to work either. Sympathetic affection is viewed as insincere. Ladies - what should we do? Is getting out of her hair and taking off for a while for the best?
Kick her to the curb. Try not to help her pass her genes on to the next generation. That will help save future men from having to deal so much with that.
You have no hope; you have been so indoctrinated by the feminist, politically correct, emasculate society brigade that you are afraid to use masculine, gender specific terms:
'guy' instead of man and 'their' instead of his. You have used partner when you are obviously referring to a woman, unless you've discovered some biological miracle.
You have used four feminine gender specific terms: she, her twice, ladies, and you have used no neutrals when referring to women
Sorry, until you come to terms with your own gender, you will never be able to cope with women.
by Shannon 8 years ago
Why do men, (and SOME women) think cheating isn't a big deal?
by Anjili 6 years ago
Which of these two love themselves more, men or women?
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