Sunday, December 28, 2008

I don't ask for directions, I explore.

The GPS system was invented by a man. Not just a man.... but a married man. A man who got tired of repeated suggestions from the co-pilot.

"Look Roger, there is a 7-11... lets stop and ask an employee."

"I'm not lost! I'm trying familiarize myself with the area for the future!"

Roger was completely honest with that statement, because the future could be anything from now to anytime in the future or near future (like 5 min from now).

So why do men prefer to explore? Why do men prefer to try to accomplish tasks and read directions later? Why do men try to fix things without fully knowing what the problem is? Why do women put up with all of this?

If you can figure out the last question, you can figure out the others.


Katscratchme said...

Here are my thoughts, take em or leave em... :)

1. Women are Saints and men are just big gorillas.

2. Women don't constantly feel that they must prove their manhood.

3. Men are hardwired to explore (hunt), fix and provide while women are hardwired to smile with love at whatever efforts their beloved makes.

Trillium said...

Uuummmmmm... I second the motion? :D

Anonymous said...

It's kinda like when your cat brings you a dead bird or mouse. It was done out of love, and you have to accept it for what it is. :D