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Posted: 15-Aug-2008, 08:54 PM
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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 12:04 PM
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This is one of the most informative and funniest threads I've seen here in a long time! Who know that one question would cause such a fuss!!

I don't have a lot of shoes...I don't get the shoe thing either.

My hubby is a hairy man. I really kind of like it! He shaves his head most of the year, always has a beard of some kind. In December he quits shaving his head and grows it until March when we have a head shaving fundraiser event for children's cancer research. Then he's bald again until December.

A question for the men... Why when a woman has a great idea a man has to shoot it down only to brilliantly come up with the same idea himself later? Maybe it is just the men I've known who do this and not a majority of them, but it drives me crazy!! wacko.gif


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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 12:19 PM
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It's genetic. Woven into the basic makeup of the male animal from millenia of supressing women. Also few man will admit that women are smarter.



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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 03:18 PM
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QUOTE (Camac @ 16-Aug-2008, 12:19 PM)
It's genetic. Woven into the basic makeup of the male animal from millenia of supressing women. Also few man will admit that women are smarter.



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Maybe . . . I think what is genuinely evolutionary is that in many cultures men lead the group and officially make decisions, it's just one of their sex-related functions, and rarely (if ever) do women do it. It is not that women's smarts or contributions are not valued or can't be utilized, there are just social prescriptions for how women's ideas can be taken in. Making a woman's idea "his own" first sounds like one of those solutions.
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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 08:19 PM
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It reminds of a time when my ex fell and wasn't sure if he might of broke a rib,asked me what I thought. I couldn't see his ribs so the only anwser I had for him was go get an X-ray. Well some time passed and a "male friend" of his came over and told him the samething I did. Off to the hospital they went. I guess it means more coming from the same sex huh.gif


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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 08:32 PM
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Ladies;

Ever since the first ape-man fell out of the tree and landed on his feet he has carried with him the genetic memory of his animal ancestors and that is male - big, female - small, male - strong, female - weak. Male - kill. female- -cook. You would think that after 2 1/2 million years that memory would fade. Well aided and abetted by society, include our so called modern one it hasn't faded it has been sustained and still allowed to grow. Maybe in another 2 1/2 million years or so it will have died out. Til then ladies do what you have always done. Pull our asses out of the fire when we screw up.



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Posted: 16-Aug-2008, 08:57 PM
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Hello, everyone!

I have been off camping for a week and so wanted to know about the responses that went on while I was gone. For the record, I made an effort to stay hairless and my husband made an effort not to.

Since we were traveling there were direction questions. My husband's business gave him a GPS as a gift and in using that we experienced many roads that we did not know where available. Why is the voice response in the GPS a female's? Himmmm!

I'm afraid my husband takes after his Viking grandfather in that the next hill is just there to be conquered, whereas I like to experience the local people and their customs.

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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 12:12 PM
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For some odd reason after reading this post I fell compelled to do my hair history.
I am a clean shaven man. Have been most of my life. I did have a few times experimenting with a beard and mustache just for fun. Never lasted long. Just something to do. Little chest hair and keep it there. Try to trim my nose hair every now and then. Just recently, when getting a hair cut, the stylist asked if I wanted my eye brows trimmed. I never really though about it and they are not big and busy by any means. But I said why do I need to?? She said many people do so I said sure why not. When she was done it looked the same.
I hope I'm not splitting hairs here.

Now my woman/man question.

Ladies why is it that when many of you (notice I said many not all, I' have learned well through the years!) when you go to a wedding you need a whole NEW outfit??? AND then use it just once??
While the man (me) usually just goes and wears THE suit.
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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 01:06 PM
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QUOTE (togo @ 13-Oct-2008, 12:12 PM)
Ladies why is it that when many of you (notice I said many not all, I' have learned well through the years!) when you go to a wedding you need a whole NEW outfit??? AND then use it just once??
While the man (me) usually just goes and wears THE suit.

Special-occasion clothing is a chance to enhance looks and show it off. When it's to a bunch of people that we know -- like a big family occasion, wedding, graduation, christening, etc. -- maybe they have seen our other finery before, so we want somethng new. It's a little competitive, too -- who's aging well, who's doing well (as in prospering), and the nicest new clothes we can get keep us in the running. I have read that especially at a wedding, where there is a star of the show (the bride) who is by popular acclaim the most beautiful and in the most attention-getting outfit (naturally), the wish to strut our own fnery is also intensified. I can tell you this: having worked for a time in the wedding industry, I have seen that very often the bride is no trouble at all compared to her mother. She, and by extension her generation, is passing on the torch of new bride, new wife, maybe soon to be new mother in the family going on, and it's a poignant time, even though there is a lot of joy too. There's often just as much fuss and care spent on the mother's outfit as there is on the bridal gown. Then of course all the women want in at the fashion parade.

Just my two cents' worth. smile.gif
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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 01:24 PM
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I am just the opposite. Find dresses uncomfortable, I do own some and have been told "I clean up real good". Give me a nice pair of jeans and I'm a happy camper. When my daughter got married she pick out my dress and though I did like it I haven't had much call for a long formal dress with shoes to match.
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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 01:38 PM
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When all 3 daughters decided to tie the know I bought new outfits to wear at the three weddings, (you know the brides mother has to look good, too) guess what? all 3 outfits are still hanging in the closet and have only been worn once! biggrin.gif shame on me!!!
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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 05:09 PM
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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 13-Oct-2008, 01:38 PM)
When all 3 daughters decided to tie the know I bought new outfits to wear at the three weddings, (you know the brides mother has to look good, too) guess what? all 3 outfits are still hanging in the closet and have only been worn once! biggrin.gif shame on me!!!

You know what? That means we have to have an excuse to wear the nice clothes. A fancy night out at a really posh restaurant. Let the guys know! smile.gif
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Depends on the wedding. If it is a "family wedding" there is always the want to look good for the bride or groom. If it is a friend, I don't see the necessity of buying a new outfit, just wear something nice.

I think fashion dictates have loosen somewhat also. I know many gentlemen, young and not so young who go to weddings in just a nice shirt, slacks and a tie. A nice regular suit for a gentleman can cost well over $500 to $600. I don't believe women spend that much on three dresses unless they are in the wedding party.

Now shoes are a different story altogether tongue.gif

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QUOTE (stoirmeil @ 13-Oct-2008, 06:09 PM)
You know what? That means we have to have an excuse to wear the nice clothes. A fancy night out at a really posh restaurant. Let the guys know! smile.gif

When my youngest daughter got married, there was no MOTB but the brides maids dresses were made to be easily shortened to become semi-formal. I will have to ask her if anyone wore them again.

The night out is a good idea. My wife and I used to go to an upscale restaurant once a month.

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The last "really nice dress" I bought was 4 years ago when hubby and I renewed our wedding vows for our 25th anniversary in Las Vegas. For all other occasions I have 4 nice dresses in my closet to pick from. I agree with Harlot, I'm really not comfortable in dresses. I wear nice pants at work, capris and t shirts in warm weather and sweats in cold weather.


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