Unfortunately I can not. They can be funny, sexy, so very sweet and say thought provoking things. As independent as I am, I love having them around.
No, I cannot imagine a life without men. I love men. Men are easy to get along with and very easy to please. Give them the remote and iced cold beer, and they are happy puppies.
Men are so predictable. Just ask a man if he would rather go shopping with his wife/girlfriend/partner or play golf. He would pick golf without hesitation whatsoever...even if he doesn't play golf.
Men don't gossip. They don't spend hours getting ready. They can fix cars, change tires, program the dvd, even take the trash out. Men are useful that way.
Granted, men might be a tad annoying because they never ever put the toilet seat down. They might not have any idea how important Valentine's Day is to us women. And, some men might choke or even experience a mild heart attack when asked to talk about marriage.
But those are not sufficient reasons to get rid of men all together. Ok, I'll go with get rid of some, but definitely, not all.
as long as it's other men and not me, hey i could handle that. my wife would be a bit upset though.
Hi, ladies, some say man and woman are born to live together. On behalf of the men around the world I thank for your appreciation to men.
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