Some hysterical memes about the differences between men and women

Some hysterical memes about the differences between men and women
People always send me memes about the differences between men and women.  Some of them are too raunchy to post, but this one was (fairly) tame and made me laugh out loud.  Mostly because A) it fits so well with my research but also B) because I see myself and Jeff in so many of these!  (Except the picture about the woman’s desk being the one that is clean.  Ahem.)
Why do these strike such a nerve?  Because most of us see ourselves in these pictures! Most guys are lonelier after a breakup than they think they will be; most men are indeed ready to go after 5 minutes, only to find that the woman isn’t – even after an hour of prep time! And yes, guys, we really do have nothing to wear in our overflowing closet.
I look at these and wish I had been given the gift of design! I think it is highly amusing that I can spend 12 years and $400,000 on research about the differences between men and women, and labor over publishing them in books that each take me years to write… and then an artist with keen insight can come along and summarize some of the funnier concepts in just a few pictures.  Picture me being totally jealous.
So take a look – and enjoy!
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Source: http://brightside.me/article/men-women-we-are-so-different-64555/

This post first appeared at Patheos.

2 Comments

  1. mustang sally says:

    I see no humor in the one about how a man sees a woman , as my husband of 20 years become involved in porn which escalated into a sexual addiction. My first husband had the same issue. … Yes I did read your book “through a man’s eyes (but only made it worse when I learned this is “normal” male behavior) Still every woman needs to read this BEFORE they get married

  2. Highpockets says:

    In response to Mustang Sally, it’s the way God made us. But, just as Job made a “covenant with his eyes”, we as men MUST choose to look “from the neck up, and the eyes in” to see how God made women. Not every man on the street has that view. I choose to use the occasion of seeing a beautiful woman to glorify God in His wonderful creation and lift her up to my Father in prayer. It’s not easy, but it’s necessary for me.

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