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I got this from my mother a while ago:
Ps. Ohh, and according to my all knowing girlfriend computer in french actually is masculine... :rofl:
:rofl: That was fricken' awesome!
NINJA WIZARDS! :rofl:
:rofl: I feel sorry for men, women do have this inherent fallacy that somehow if a man loves her enough he will be able to "know" what she wants. Keep the guesswork coming, my brethren.
This is also true, maybe men could decode women by treating them like experiments, make observation of pattern and draw conculsion.
The guy must have forgotten to apologise.
:rofl: That's true, women do like to shop. But a few of us prefer window shopping.
IMO women are lovely, they are worth the trouble.
Yeah, I'll second that!
What, me pay money to Microsoft?! Isn't the aggravation enough?!
If this happens to be original, please steal it and claim credit. I don't like drawing attention to myself - I prefer to live in obscurity.
And I would third it! (That is, if I have any credibility left after that joke...)
But allow me to demonstrate some finer challenges on the way:
Surely that could work, given the assumtion there actually is an internal logic to derive (and I live to tell the tale after possible replays...). However, since:
we are expected to find what can't be found, it must be the effort that counts. Or is it?!
It appears, we are now and then expected to find it anyway. But it would surely take no one less than a genius to do that. Not that he'd be any better off, since he would get there without the earlier mentioned effort.
Of course, ya sisters must have your own share of challenges, so I can't say we have all the fun.
Yeah I'd say understanding women takes a colossal amount of work. If there is one trick of general application though, I think it must be listening empathically without feeling being attacked, criticised or being thrown into a dog-house. Hope it helps.
Yeah, and just to gather some points, the aim should of course be to understand the individual. But I think your generalization works either way and with most people. :)
I have enough trouble understanding myself.
That's Mor-dor, with a "d". :rofl:
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