Women and their new hairdos—what’s
up with that? It’s always a big deal. Even when it doesn’t look like that big
of a deal. Sure, a good haircut makes us all feel a little spiffier but can it really
be life-changing? It’s just hair. I’m 61% sure that the other day the TV said
we all wash our hair too often. Therefore, thanks to the TV, I am now toying
with the notion of washing my hair on an as-need basis only. It just makes
sense. I’m guessing women aren’t jumping on that bandwagon. This reminds me of
Women and their pants—what’s
up with that? Men hate pants. I am 91% sure that men would prefer to go
pants-less 24/7. But women like pants. I wash clothes sometimes and I find
pants in the basket that are odd. They look like mannequin pants. Yoga pants I
think they’re called. But my wife doesn’t do yoga. Well, actually, she has done
yoga but I think she’s more interested in yoga pants. This reminds me of DVDs.
Women and their
DVDs—what’s up with that? My wife and the other women I know all have exercise
DVDs that I’m 73% sure none of them ever use. All the latest exercise crazes.
What’s the newest one? Rumba? Zumba? Poomba? By comparison, we guys have very different
DVD collections, useful DVDs aka ridiculous, mindless comedies. The sillier the
better. Movies that make a guy laugh so hard he chokes on his Pringles. This
reminds me of popcorn.
Women and their
popcorn—what’s up with that? Popcorn is indeed tasty. But is it a meal? No. I’m
86% sure it’s not. Or at least it shouldn’t be. A meal needs peas and carrots.
And fish. Preferably deep-fried. (The fish, not the peas and carrots.) But
women just want to eat popcorn for supper while they read a book. This reminds
me of cards.
Women and the men they love—what’s up with that? I’m 100%
sure that even though it’s difficult for us men to understand womanly ways and
those women we love, I’m 94% sure we get the better "deal." (At least 59% of the