If you have followed my previous postings, you know that I’m writing an exposé that will reveal the code of silence of the brotherhood of men. It is a little long for a blog, so I am posting it in series. If you missed Parts 1, 2 & 3, scroll down (way down, like January).
Myth Number 16. Men don’t cry.
The Truth: Absolutely false. Men do cry; for example, when our favorite sports team loses, or our Alma Mater loses, or the best player on one of our teams gets traded. Men just don’t cry in public.
Myth Number 17. Men don’t have feelings.
The Truth: Men do have feelings. For example, we feel hungry.
Myth Number 18. Men don’t like to hug other men.
The Truth: This is a another myth. Men hug as long as they can slap each other on the back.
Myth Number 19: Men have fragile egos.
The Truth: I resemble that remark. I couldn’t disagree more. Our egos are just find as long as no one hurts our feelings.
Myth Number 20: Men are basically color blind.
The Truth: Okay, this one is basically true. Of course, there are some exceptional men who are fashion designers and interior decorators. The rest of us have no idea what teal, periwinkle, mauve, marsala and ochre are.
I hope this helps you women who are trying to understand men.
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