Quote: Originally Posted by L Gilbert
But, I love em anyway. I even married one.
Me too. Been married to her for 27 years, and I still have no idea how she thinks. I'm sure every married man--and probably most single guys too-- has had this experience. She'll hold up two articles of clothing and ask, "which one do you like better?" Pick one, and you'll immediately hear "what's wrong with the other one?" And she won't get it, that the true, complete, and correct answer is, "Nothing." Nor will she ever believe that you can step over a basket of laundry--probably your socks and underwear--in the bedroom doorway and not register that it's there and she wants you to do something about it. In fact, I have been told not to do laundry, that she will take care of the laundry, I've been stopped from doing laundry after I've started, then I've had the famous 'lack of support' speech in which I'm criticized for not doing enough of the household chores, and when I challenge her on what it is I'm not doing that she'd like me to do, I hear "you never do laundry."
Ladies, could we have a little logical consistency please? I haven't a clue how to deal with crap like that.