How To Be A Woman

A female friend of mine couldn’t read my last blog (How To Be A Man) because she informed me that she did not want to be a man. So, I told her I would write something about how to be a woman. Below you will learn everything I know about what it means to be a real woman:































Even after 13 years of marriage, I’m still clueless.



4 Replies to “How To Be A Woman”

  1. I have discovered that to be a woman, you must care deeply about all kinds of unimportant things, i.e. wrinkled pants, how fast one drives, proper placement of dirty socks, precision in discussions of various hues of color, what a caution light or descending radial arm at a railroad may mean exactly, how often one goes to the dentist, how often one calls one’s mother, inordinate focus upon the blood pressure of one’s spouse, exactly what constitutes a worthy parking space, the propriety of earphone use during family time, whether or not one specific date has inherent value over other dates on the calendar, the necessity of seasonal decor, and I’m stopping here but I could go on all day. I know everything about women.

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