Ever wondered about whether or not you, or a male in your life, showered? This handy map will help them navigate the murky waters of cleanliness. Just leave it on their desktop. Hopefully they'll get the hint.
There's a new study that says that men suck at a lot of things that women are good at. Who cares? While I can kill my own spiders, and change my own tire and other manly things, I would rather he take care of that while I do the dishes...
Two-thirds of the time it is the man who says "I love you" first in a relationship, according to a study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
The study also found that men start considering saying "I love you" an average of six weeks before women do.
I think the Sears brand name “DieHard” is pretty self-explanatory. Ever since I was a kid, I always thought about car batteries when I heard the term. I thought everybody did. Now a Georgia company faces a lawsuit over the use of the name, this time with a completely different meaning...
Women if you have ever had the experience of coming home to a clean house or a house being cleaned – and you wonder “what has possessed my man to do such a thing?” The answer is probably stinky…a recent study found that men only decide to clean when things smell...
People always tend to make a big deal over turning 30, but really, it’s not that bad. And it certainly doesn’t mean that your life is over.
As long as you’re a man, that is. If you’re a woman, then, yeah, you’re done.
According to a new study, the average man doesn’t start feeling OLD until he hits age 58. The average woman starts feeling old at . . . age 29.
I'm not surprised by these findings from a British website who just published their findings from a survey where they attempted to figure out how the average man spends his life. And . . . I knew it...it consists of boobies, beer and tighty-whities.
According to their findings, the average man . . .
It would make sense if men hated Valentine’s Day. It’s a day where there are about eight billion ways to screw up, and you can only really nail it if you read minds . . . or if years of disappointment have lowered your wife or girlfriend’s expectations.
But according to a new survey, men don’t hate Valentine’s Day. No . . . they FEAR it.