I would like to see what you hubbers think about this one, in my case I think yes especailly when things don't work out...
i think both sexes nag, although women are more detail oriented so we remember more things that need to be taken care of so the perception is we nag more, maybe?
i don't nag though. i think it is very unattractive
i will just do it myself. it's a lot easier that way...
Great to do things yourself, but still sometimes you may get nagged for not doing it a certain way....
I do things myself most of the time...
interesting question, but wrong forum. Questions like this should be posted in the "hubbers hangout" forum for general discussion, not in the "need help" forum for assisting with hubpages related issues.
Oh boy oh boy they can do...yes, especially when they don't get the remote control at night.
Hahaha....to many things Logic....to many things.
I feel men naged as much,as the women,especially when the men want to watch the sports channel on the week ends.Once those sports are on,the women can't get them off the sofa to even help with the things that need to be done on the week ends and it's like pulling teeth to get them to do any for you.They want you to bring them beer,make something fore them to eat.yes men do naged the women just as much.
I don't know about nagging. I know they sure whine a hell of a lot, though.
I think woman nag more, because they do until you give in, and a man will just say forget it.
Men will just pout for days if they don't get what they want.
Yes.My husband nags more than me. He doesn't know when to shut up.
I get nagged a lot, but I am also incredibly good at blocking it out, its why me and my future wife make such a perfect couple
Is nagging the same as lecturing?
When I was married I remember this one time my husband asked me todo something - naturally I forgot to.
His response to this was "see you never listen to anything I say".
My response was a clapping of hands, a small victory dance as I blurted out - " Murray - finally, after all these years we have found something in common".
Won't tell you what he said to that.....
My bf is nagging me right now about trying to check my hp statistics on Valentines! lol
We all have our moments. Men do it in a different way than women. I don't judge.
My ex winged all the time. I hardly ever do, because i choose to look on the bright side. Don't think it's a matter of gender tho.
Do men Nag more then women? There ain't no way...Men are better at whining when they don't get things their way...than they are at nagging!
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