No Day But Today
- Mar 25, 2010
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- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
I'd add some stuff to the list.
Men also want giant televisions, fast cars and tools. Meanwhile, the list for what women want seems a little excessive. Women do tend to like explanations for pretty much everything and everyone likes attention but the moon and stars bit is just silly. Same goes for all of your time. It may feel like that from time to time but, in my experience, most women don't want a puppy dog who is always under foot (actually, if it's a real puppy dog that might work but a man who acts like a puppy dog probably not).
Men don't want women's phone numbers?
But seriously - loyalty? Just what does that entail? Seems like a very all-encompassing concept that could be broken down into a long ass stars-and-moon-and-kiss-my-feet type of list.
To me, it sounds like the man who created this has only been with women who are self-serving, high-maintenance and needy. Not all women are like that and some men are also incredibly needy. Believe me --- I seem to attract them.
Yeah, it's pretty much true. But then, I tend to agree with Robert Heinlein that women are generally smarter than men. We guys are just lucky - stupidly lucky - that women usually feel that they need us and usually like having us around. Otherwise, we'd be miserable and up a creek without a paddle.
And since this is DP, I've watched Hillary in person, and I do think she's smarter than her Rhodes-scholar husband. Of course, she's not as smart as I am - the very notion would be preposterous!
*leaves the computer temporarily to ask wife if she knows where my wallet and car keys are*
Note: After more than 24 years of marriage, we've never once had an argument over money - not even once. She takes care of the money, and I don't argue. I figured out that while women waste money on things like diapers and bills and utilities and food, men spend money on Really Important Things like cars and golf and this computer I'm using....