If a man speaks and no woman is there to hear him, is he still wrong?
Yes, he was born a male which automatically makes him wrong at birth :-)
well I love a trick question. If only women think he is wrong and none are around, then logically he can't be wrong.
Of course I haven't met him yet so who knows.LOL
No, especially if he's talking with his male friends, he can't be wrong.
It depends what you consider to be a man. I do not consider a man to be a man just because he has particular model of genitals. If a male is still acting like a boy, then he is not yet a man.
Best answer so far ......... he is not only still wrong, he may also be seriously deranged. Men don't talk to each other, so if a man is talking and no woman is present to hear him, then he is talking to himself, and that is just crazy. And that also means he has bad genes and so is automatically a loser in the survival of the fittest. And THAT means no sex!
Actually, in most cases, men are better off never talking at all. It just bothers the other guys because it interferes with hearing the score of the big game, and, as George Carlin so wisely points out, "Women like silent men, they think they're listening." And if we think you are listening to us we think you are wonderful. That makes us all misty-eyed and soft and so men get lucky when they are quiet.
There is an old saying (well, maybe not so old, but funny just the same): Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish, and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day. This can be put another way: Give a man some words and he will order pizza. Teach him to speak and he will discover that, while "I am" is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language, "I do" is the longest sentence, and certainly has the potential to be the most expensive. But he probably won't learn this until after he has already said it.
No, even though I am a woman but I dare to say that the woman you mentioned has a problem with her selves. She is ego and too selfish to listen to you; or perhaps there might be some wrong techniques that you use to approach her.You should be more affectionate to her, and perhaps sacrifice your pride to understand her more.Woman like to treat as they are special, but if she still with her negative attitude, I think she might not interested.
This is hilarious...what's more hilarious is men who attempt arguing with women, when you know you'll never be right.
keep your head up sugar! The important thing is finding a woman you don't mind letting be right all the time.
But of course! Is the Pope catholic? Does the sun rises from the east? Is the earth round? Am I not the queen of England? LOL
It's kind of like, if there is no one around..no one looking, and the man goes through the red light. Is it still wrong? Doesn't matter if it is a woman who is there to hear (or see) him. He went through the red light. It is still wrong.
A man speaks............with no woman to hear.............
His very "manhood" shall be questioned!
Stump Parrish, you seem to speak from experience. I can think of a few couples where, yes, if the man spoke he would still be wrong. It was almost a form of telepathy.
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