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"Murphy was an optimist!"

The Man Rules March 25, 2007 5:08 pm

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Daily Life
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Heading into marriage? Already married? Want happiness? Here they are:

  1. STFU!
  2. Remember, women don’t want solutions. They simply want to be heard. So, STFU! Agree with everything!
  3. The only words you should ever utter are "Yes Dear!" Otherwise, STFU!
  4. Really, women do want solutions. They just don’t want your input. So, STFU! Do what they ask and when they accuse you of not doing it exactly like they ask say, "Yes Dear" and STFU! Then redo it.
  5. Women know exactly what they want at the exact moment they want it. Later will be a different story. So, STFU! And later when they appear to change their mind, just STFU and do what they want because at that exact moment, they really do know exactly what they want.
  6. You had the ability to think for yourself when you were single but you chose to let the other head do the thinking. So, STFU! Drink beer it helps deaden those independent thoughts.
  7. Women’s feelings get hurt but only when you speak. So, STFU!
  8. To make-up for the emotional void created by their Stepford husband, the woman will have a need to spend lots of money so you need to STFU and make lots of money.
  9. When they say they want to talk, they really mean they want to talk. STFU! And listen.
  10. In your conversations, make sure your examples are generic otherwise they will over-react and hyper fixate on that example. Examples?! Conversations?! STFU!
  11. If you cannot contain yourself and have the urge to speak, watch football. You can yell at the television and as long as you do not over use this privilege, the woman will view this as some acceptable, but highly misunderstood, ritualistic practice. Otherwise, STFU!

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