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How to tell a man from a woman

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'How to tell a Woman from a Man' A woman is a creature of unparalleled and spectacular acumen. She is driven by common sense and intuition, uses both sides of her brain and not only learns from her mistakes but knows not to repeat them. A man does not have this quality; the little common sense a man has is over ridden by his ego and what's in his trousers. A woman must talk twice as much as him because everything must be repeated to him in order for him to understand. There seems no hope of him realising that the brain needs as much exercise as his muscles and simply leaves it warming the bench. ...read more.


They just tend to get more expensive and pointless with age. A woman is an awe-inspiring masterpiece and a breathtaking piece of literature. Each colour, each chapter come together to form a remarkable whole. She is tough but tender, naughty yet charming, mature and passionate. Men were simply the experiment and mistake that eventually led to the final, desired result. A woman is a consistent well-oiled machine. She works through tasks efficiently, multitasking and seamlessly switching from the role of mother to professional. Her handbag prepares her to face anything the world throws. This little tool on her shoulder will contain baby food, business documents, shopping lists, presentation notes, make up...anything she could possibly need. ...read more.


A man cannot even stay conscious to watch her give birth to his child. For him the responsibility of parenthood ends at conception. A woman is never too proud to say she is sorry, she takes all problems in her stride. When she is upset she eats, talks, cries or goes shopping, then moves on with her life. When a man is upset he bottles it up and gets in a fight while those we have mistakenly given power just invade another country. Both women and men have only two namely faults. A woman's-being attracted to a creature of lower intelligence and fighting for equality with the opposite sex, when we all know equality simply isn't ambitious enough. And a man -everything he says and everything he does. A woman is a blessing and a miracle, she deserves respect! ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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